Another option for this is to call a stored proc via JDBC.

Define the stored proc as an external RPG and then call the API from your
RPG in the normal way, and use standard SQL to call your stored proc
definition.

Very easy to do

On Tue, 5 Oct 2021, 23:01 Pete Helgren, <pete@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Been poking around looking for a good, recent example of calling an IBM
i API from Java using jt400. Found some program calls, command calls,
but nothing C-ish....maybe that doesn't matter...

Can you point me to one?

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