September 1, 2021
- LEAD ARTICLE: Practical Java: Start Your Java Engine!
- FEATURED ARTICLE: ILE Binding Language, Part 1
- NEWS HIGHLIGHT: NETdepot gets VMware Cloud Certified
- FEATURED EVENT: POWERUp 2021 is in Virginia Beach and Online
- WHITE PAPER: Profound Logic Solution Guide
- FEATURED VIDEO: Barcode400
- EVENT: Virtual RPG & DB2 Summit
A little programming allows you to take complete control of your Java environment.
By Joe Pluta
In my previous article, I explained the complexities of the Java environment, especially as it relates to interaction with ILE languages. I introduced the three major components of a Java environment—the Java version, the classpath, and the runtime properties—and explained how to manage them non-programmatically through environment variables and properties files. In this article, I'll provide a program that does all of that, and in so doing I'll also show you a couple of cool techniques that can be used in other situations.
Binding language is not difficult, but it is multi-faceted. That is, binding directories did only one thing, but binding language provides a number of capabilities that will affect how you do service programs.
By David Shirey
Editor's Note: This article is excerpted from chapter 20 of 21st Century RPG: /Free, ILE, and MVC, by David Shirey.
Please see the previous article here: Binding Directories.
What Is Binding Language?
We will start with a simple question: what is binding language?
Actually, it is not a language at all but rather a pretty limited set of statements that help the service programs function.
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