Location for Java applications to iSeries

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We currently have a Java application, which we will call remotely using CommandCall. As of right now, we have placed it in "home/username" folder and specify the folder in the "CLASSPATH" parameter of the Java command.

We have to ship the applications to various clients, which could be a number of possible locations.
  • Creating directory in root, like /myapp
  • Creating directory in QOpenSys, like /QOpenSys/myapp.
What's the recommended location to deploy Java applications on iSeries? Thanks for the help.

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  • TomLiotta
    I'm not aware of any "recommended" location unless you package and distribute as a licensed program product (LPP) or it's a product that's not specific to iSeries and has a directory structure common on other platforms. If you are simply distributing it as a simple product, create a directory structure off of /root and use it. -- Tom
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