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Getting Started with Java and AS/400: Java on AS/400 IBM
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Getting Started with Java and AS/400: Java on AS/400 IBM
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© Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1998, 1999. All rights reserved. US Government Users Restricted Rights – Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.
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Contents Chapter 1. What can you do with Java and AS/400? ............. 1 Chapter 2. Setting up Java on AS/400 . . 3 AS/400 Developer Kit for Java overview ..... 3 Qshell Interpreter and Java. ........ 3 PTFs for Java and AS/400 .......... 4 What’ s n e w f o r V 4 R 5........... 4 Chapter 3. Installing the licensed programs for Java on AS/400. ....7 Installing a licensed program with the Restore Licensed Program command for Java on AS/400 . . 8 Chapter 4. Creating a Java application for your AS/400 . 9 Mapping a network drive to AS/400. 9 Creating a directory on your AS/400 1 1 Writing a Java application on your workstation . . 12 Naming your Java application ....... 1 2 Writing your Java program on AS/400. .... 1 2 Creating the Java source code. ...... 1 3 Copying your Java code to a stream file 1 5 Stream file .............. 1 5 Compiling your Java application from Qshell Interpreter ............... 1 6 Optimizing your Java application 1 6 Running your Java application from Qshell Interpreter 1 7 Creating graphical applications with Java on AS/400 17 Chapter 5. Other information about Java and AS/400 . ......... 1 9 Getting Started with Java and AS/400: Servlets . . 19 More servlet resources 2 0 Java and AS/400 resources 2 0 Java education. ............ 2 2 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 1999 iii
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iv Getting Started with Java and AS/400: Java on AS/400
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Chapter 1. What can you do with Java and AS/400? Java has the potential to connect users with information regardless of its source. Whether the data comes from the web, a database, an integrated file system, or any other entity, Java can control it. Using Java with your AS/400 opens a new world of flexibility and manageability. You can create applications that run from just about anywhere, and still provide access to your AS/400 resources. You can use the web, Java, and AS/400 together with ease. This list highlights only some of the many advantages Java and AS/400 have to offer. Internet applications v Use the web, Java, and AS/400 together with servlets. v Provide secure connections to AS/400. v Create dynamic HTML with AS/400 Toolbox for Java HTML classes. v Create Java applets. AS/400 applications v Call AS/400 programs and service programs. v Perform administrative tasks with AS/400 Toolbox for Java utility classes. v Create client/server database applications with the AS/400 Toolbox for Java JDBC drivers. v Create native AS/400 database applications with the AS/400 Developer Kit for Java JDBC drivers. v Access legacy AS/400 data and applications. v Create optimized Java code for specific AS/400 operations using the AS/400 Developer Kit for Java. v Create client/server Java applications with the AS/400 Toolbox for Java.
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