Den 09/06/10 14.37, Cole Gantz skrev:
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.
The simplest way is to put your workspace on a shared drive physically placed on the IBM i. Unfortunately this will be quite slow (there are lots of files and they are read a lot).

I would suggest writing your program so it can run either on your PC or the IBM i (by using the toolbox) and then - when you are done - copy your classes to the IBM i and run them there.

Newer versions of Eclipse have a "Export runnable jar" which is perfect for such usage. You then generate the runnable jar on the above networked drive, and use the jar file as the argument to RUNJVA.


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