Data from RPG to Java isn’t properly ordered

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We're sending "foreign data" (from a different language) from a RPG program to a Java program but some of the data isn't coming in properly. The RPG program is currently running on an iSeries machine and Java is through a remote method invocation.

The data is received by the Java program in logical order. We process it though Java's Bidi class to get it in a visual order (since we're writing it for PDF). Most of it is okay except for a few lines with equations.

Does anyone know why that's happening? Thank you!

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  • TomLiotta

    Does anyone know why that's happening?

    Why is 'what' happening? What is the data supposed to include? What does it include when the problem appears? I.e., what is the actual problem? All we know is "It doesn't work sometimes", so there's no useful solution we can suggest.

    After see an actual problem sample, we'll probably need to see the relevant code. We'll also need information about data definition on your iSeries and the environment settings for the RPG process.

    Tom

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