If you have XML files created by Oracle (or whatever), and you can get them
to the iSeries, you can run native stuff to get the XML into DB2. You can
use the XML-INTO opcodes in RPG (COBOL probably has an equivalent), or use
the Scott Klement's port of the EXPAT parser to parse the XML. I use the
latter...works pretty well.

On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 8:37 AM, Cole Gantz <colegantz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello everyone,

I would like to start writing some Java to run on our SystemI box. I'm
still using WDSC 6.0.1 to code in COBOL and there is no immediate way to
upgrade that piece of the the process. What do I need to do to configure it
so that my new Java code is stored on the SystemI box and then executes
there as well. I've been searching IBM's site but can't seem to get my
search right, I've also been slogging thru the archives and can't seem to
find what I need. I need as detailed information as possible. If you can
point me to some beginner stuff on the 'net as well that would be great.

Background if interested: We have a java batch process that we created to
run in websphere that converts XML that is pulled from an Oracle table, is
converted and then inserted into DB2 tables on our iSeries. Websphere isn't
as dependable as I'd like and I'd like to run the whole process from our
iSeries if possible.

Any and all help would be appreciated.



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