Hi

This is essentially what is happening. It is called once from a simple CL program using the 'Java' command, and runs all day communicating via data queues with RPG programs.

I just don't understand why the AS400 is so slow to startup, when a PC can do it in a fraction of the time.

Thanks
Duncan


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On 3/18/2019 11:36 AM, Duncan McManus wrote:
How can I improve the startup performance of Java applications on the
AS/400?

How is it being loaded? Invoked by a user? Called from RPG? Called from Java?

My recommendation would be to engineer the application to run as a server and take requests, and send results, via a data queue.

Then the Java code is running all the time and can be activated by anything that can send a data queue entry.

You will experience the startup penalty once and then the code is active.

david

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