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Sybase 15. JVM execution problem

2 posts in Java J2EE specific Last posting was on 2008-02-28 19:47:21.0Z
Lemington Posted on 2008-02-28 04:56:03.0Z
From: Lemington <jungsoo.kim@randtronics.com>
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Hi,

I want to find a way how to call java classes already created.
The classes which perform special function like encrypt/decrypt.
It can be running in Oracle as JVM functionability.
(the classes can be loaded by "loadjava" whthin Oracle DBMS)

I know that ASE has same architecture and also can be loaded any classes
within Sybase via "installjava"
But, I found that ASE uncompatible with higher class version than 1.1.

So, I am wondering ASE is able to call classes on FileSystem. (e.g) -
abc.jar (not in Sybase)

Anybody have an idea?

I am looking forward to any answers.

Thank you,

ps.
I tried to find specific JVM news group but there was not and I am
writing here.


Evan Ireland Posted on 2008-02-28 19:47:21.0Z
From: Evan Ireland <eireland@sybase.com>
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Lemington,

This is an EAServer (application server) newsgroup.

Your questions should be sent to an ASE (database server) newsgroup.

Thanks.

Lemington wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I want to find a way how to call java classes already created.
> The classes which perform special function like encrypt/decrypt.
> It can be running in Oracle as JVM functionability.
> (the classes can be loaded by "loadjava" whthin Oracle DBMS)
>
> I know that ASE has same architecture and also can be loaded any classes
> within Sybase via "installjava"
> But, I found that ASE uncompatible with higher class version than 1.1.
>
> So, I am wondering ASE is able to call classes on FileSystem. (e.g) -
> abc.jar (not in Sybase)
>
> Anybody have an idea?
>
> I am looking forward to any answers.
>
> Thank you,
>
> ps.
> I tried to find specific JVM news group but there was not and I am
> writing here.
>