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JVM on the AS400: What version of Java?

Ray Marsh
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I have a Java program that works fine on my PC JVM 1.2, however, it does not work on the AS400. One of the methods is not found. I don't have the specifics, right now. I am wondering if anyone knows what version of Java, OS/400 V4R3M0 uses.
Thanks


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Tony Chen
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To find out what version of JVM you are running, type the command:
java -fullversion

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Ray Marsh
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It's Java -version on the AS400, probably an IBM thing.
Java version 1.1.7 for OS/400 V4R3M0. Thanks
Anyone know the syntax for QSH on the AS400?
It gives a $ prompt, but I don't know even basic directory commands. I tried DOS commands, they don't work. "Java", "Javac" and "Javadoc" work. It may be a Unix shell, I really don't know.
I'm so !

[This message has been edited by Ray Marsh (edited May 24, 2001).]
Nanjangud Nanjundaiah
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QShell info can be found in the iSeries Information Center here.
Here's the main Qshell Interpreter site.
You can also right-click and Save Target As on this link, for the Qshell Interpreter Reference in pdf form (It's for V4R4, but it should still help).

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