To date, the iSeries RPG community has seen very little adoption of open-source mediums in relation to the rest of the IT world. A lot of this may have to do with the fact that we're used to writing everything ourselves, but that just can't be the case as we move forward with our IT initiatives. We must learn to leverage code developed by external entities within our programming practices.
Think of open source as an extension of your IT department equating to you having many thousands of programming resources at your disposal. With that, I shift into an example detailing how to utilize open-source Java to send e-mail from your iSeries.
Java for RPG Programmers
The open-source Java program I'll be using is JavaMail and can be found online http: Typically, a company would need an employee well versed in Java to interface RPG with the JavaMail API, but by leveraging those who've gone before us, we can take open source, without much Java knowledge, and be sending e-mails from RPG in no time.
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