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Calling Java program from Non-Java code

 
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Hi

Is there any way to call java code from non-java and return a exit code from java program to non-java program.

example calling a java batch program from a shell script.

Thanks
 
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Yes.

You can call your java program just like any other program.
To return a status code to the calling program, use System.exit(n).

Regards, Jan
 
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If Jan's solution does not work for you you can learn JNI api. It allows you to crease a JVM and run Java programs from C/C++ programs.
 
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Originally posted by mini mehta:
Hi

Is there any way to call java code from non-java and return a exit code from java program to non-java program.

example calling a java batch program from a shell script.

Thanks



You could have a java function called from your program through the use of JNI
 
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I was aiming for the simplest solution, because the requestor was asking for a shell script example.

The shell script could look like this (unix-like pseudocode):
where the environment variable $? holds the value returned by the java program.

Regards, Jan
 
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