In this particular case, there is one, and only one system API I need
access to. I have a Java servlet that needs to call this system API,
which is written in C (I presume). Could I write the wrapper in RPG and
then use cgi to get access to it? Perhaps. This started out with a
simple need: Call this one API from the Java servlet that needs it. It
just ended up being more complex than I had anticipated.
Had the whole thing been an RPG solution, I would have taken a different
approach. Maybe I still will. If you have an example of exposing a
system API as a REST service, let me know. REST services are easy to
call from Java.
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On 10/8/2021 9:47 AM, Alan Campin wrote:
Just curious, with the coming of Rest Services and how simple it makes
executing logic on the IBM i, is PCML obsolete? Why would you use PCML over
using a Rest Service?
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