I assumed it was something inherent in the Python -> RPG. I heard a PHP user report the same problem.


Kevin Adler (IBM) posted these updates last week on Ryver:
" The problem is that Java needs to be able to execute code from the heap (that's how JIT works), but since 7.1 the default for PASE applications is to start without stack and heap execution enabled. When you start Java normally, this is fine because they have their own launchers, but not if you've already started PASE in your job...

XMLSERVICE calls programs by starting PASE and using _PGMCALL from PASE to call them, which means that it starts PASE without heap exec enabled, which means that Java can't function properly. "

" For more info, see "4.4.1 PASE for i Stack Execution Disable Support" in the 7.1 Memo to Users "

" I think the fix will come when we move to db2sock/ILEusion instead of XMLSERVICE, since they call the program directly instead of calling in to PASE to call back to ILE... "




-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Schoen via OpenSource [mailto:opensource@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Subject: Re: [IBMiOSS] XMLSERVICE, RPGLE & Java error

Could be because you're in the middle of a Python to RPG/Pase(XMLSERVICE) to RPG to Java love quadrangle. Too many layers of spawned jobs perhaps ?

Regards,
Richard Schoen
Director of Document Management
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