From Windows File Manager you can type in the address \\youribmsystemor \\18.104.22.168.
I do not have access to the IFS since I cannot get the older "I Navigator"
installed or seemingly cannot get the newer ways of accessing the IFS to
work. Would LOVE to talk to someone on the phone helping me walk through
But I thought at one time it was possible to put Java programs into a
member like a RPG or COBOL program and then compile. Was I wrong on that
thought? Everyone - great comments - are saying allot but no one has
answered that question.
On Fri, Oct 19, 2018 at 10:27 AM Buck Calabro <kc2hiz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 10/18/2018 10:10 PM, Thomas Burrows wrote:
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.
What does 'do not have access' mean? Does your system admin forbid
mapped directories? Is FTP restricted? What tools are you trying to use?
The answers to this might allow more applicable advice, but mine would
be to create and test the Java code on your PC with a PC-based IDE like
Eclipse, and then FTP the classfile into the IFS.
Having an issue even getting a directory created from a command line in
QSHELL. Much less running a JAVAC. What issue? Is there a specific error message? Can you post the mkdir
command that's problematic?
Is this a current IBM i release?
Your updates make it better!
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