How can I access RPG on iSeries from Java?

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I'm pretty much a beginner on all things AS/400 related so I'm trying to find out if other professionals have had good experiences of talking direct to RPG programs running on a v5r4 iSeries machine from Java. What pitfalls should I try to avoid with this?

From what I've read, I can use ProgramCallBeans (through PCML), talking to the DataQueues or even JNI. In your expert opinion, what would be the best way?

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  • TomLiotta
    There is no "best" way. The way will usually depend on the particular process. An overview of the application environment and the specific relationship between a given Java and RPG function would be needed. -- Tom
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