Restriction: This applies to native code only.
When you develop mixed COBOL and Java programs, you need to be aware of the following:
- The default Java build directives that your COBOL development system uses are
-d $TARGETDIR -classpath "$CLASSPATH":$TARGETDIR $FILENAME. The
"$CLASSPATH":$TARGETDIR section of the command appends the currently-specified target directory to the end of the current setting for the CLASSPATH
environment variable, retaining any spaces specified in the current setting of CLASSPATH.
- If you specify multiple classes in a
.java program, only the resultant
.class file with the same basename as the
.java program is added to the project automatically. You must add any other
.class files manually.