Passing data objects between CICS Java environments, Part 1: CICS Java environments

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Dennis Weiand

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: January 04, 2012

Java is becoming a popular programming language for CICS applications. CICS provides multiple Java environments, each with its own strengths, so passing data objects between the different CICS Java environments is an important topic. This article series gives you the details. Part 1 describes the CICS Java environments, the advantages of each one, and the different ways to pass data between them.  Part 2 uses an example Java class to show you how to pass Java data objects between applications running in a CICS-pooled JVM, an Axis2-based JVM, a CICS Dynamic Scripting environment,  and a CICS OSGi-based JVM. Part 3 shows you how to pass Java data objects from a CICS Transaction Gateway Java client program to a CICS-pooled JVM or CICS OSGi-based JVM.

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