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email AS400 file using websphere

 
Carine Lefevre
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Hi, I am new to websphere and need some help. I need to create a procedure to email an AS400 file using websphere.
Could someone give me the solution? Thanks.
 
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Welcome to JavaRanch

Don't know, I am afraid, but we like to keep this forum for easy questions. I think I shall have to move you elsewhere.
 
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Does that mean you already know how to do that outside Websphere, but you just need to know how to do it inside Websphere?
 
Carine Lefevre
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Paul Clapham wrote:Does that mean you already know how to do that outside Websphere, but you just need to know how to do it inside Websphere?


Hi Paul,
In fact I am new to Websphere and Java. I had 5 hours of training on Java, 0 on Websphere, and now I have to use what I "learned"...
My first concern is to be able to grab the data contained in the file (that part is done), create a PDF file and send it by email, these 2 last parts need to be done. And this is where I need help.
 
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I have used iText to produce PDF in the past, and JavaMail is the thing to use for sending e-mail. But with 5 hours of Java training that isn't going to mean much to you. You won't be ready for that yet.

The good news is that Websphere is irrelevant. Get the code working in a plain old Java application first, then insert it into whatever you're going to run in Websphere. Probably a servlet.
 
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Paul Clapham wrote:I have used iText to produce PDF in the past, and JavaMail is the thing to use for sending e-mail. But with 5 hours of Java training that isn't going to mean much to you. You won't be ready for that yet.

The good news is that Websphere is irrelevant. Get the code working in a plain old Java application first, then insert it into whatever you're going to run in Websphere. Probably a servlet.


Hi Paul, thanks I will try that. [\quote]
 
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