There is no cost to join the group that Jack is suggesting, Joe. It's a good group with an excellent focus.

Thomas: The easiest and fastest way into developing Java is of course RDi, but failing that, start the SSH server (STRTCPSVR *SSHD) and then use WinSCP and NotePad++ with an SSH connection to the IBM i.

If you install the open source tooling (SEE: ACS client, tools, Open Source Management) you can load several other editors that work quite well. Many of us VIM but there is also NANO which is a bit more user friendly. Orion is another option, but I'm not enthused with it.

All of what I have suggested is free and open source.


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-----Original Message-----
From: JAVA400-L <java400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx> On Behalf Of Joe Pluta
Sent: Friday, October 19, 2018 7:03 AM
To: java400-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Need help Please !!!!

Without getting too far off-topic, Jack, but what is Ryver and is it something I can take advantage of without an actual paid subscription? Just asking for a friend... ;)

On 10/19/2018 5:37 AM, Jack Woehr wrote:
Embrace PASE. Remote edit the IFS with open source editors running on
your workstation. Learn open source.

Auto-enroll in the community Ryver IBMiOSS forum.
https://ibmioss.ryver.com/application/signup/members/9tJsXDG7_iSSi1Q

On Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 10:03 PM Thomas Burrows <
thomas.burrows.1957@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Here is the question. I thought there was a way to put a Java program
using SEU. And then compile the member.

Thought I had done this - okay a very long time ago. Is this not possible?

How does one use Java programs if you do not have access to the IFS
via any of the tools?

If you only have the QSHELL to work with.

Having an issue even getting a directory created from a command line
in QSHELL. Much less running a JAVAC.

The Cobol Kid - Thomas
call 469 693 2533
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