Most of the Java information is on the JavaSource page.
- java D3
- JD3 tutorial: http://www.djpatterson.com/jd3java.html
- Docs for using Java with FlashCONNECT built-in library for D3 or mvBase: http://www.rainingdata.com/support/documentation/fc/index.html
- Java with a basic HTTP query (could be to any data source or any connectivity tool) using FlashCONNECT: http://flashconnect.rainingdata.com/fcdemos/index.html
- Java with Caché (works with MV too, of course) : http://www.intersystems.com/java/index.html
Executing Java from MV:
[TG] That JavaSource page is very U2-centric and the whole thing about calling those pages *Source is awkward when they're just like any other pages that contain links and not just source. I propose moving links to other pages and keep just source on the pages labelled as *Source.
[Ian] Agreed. The current org is awkward. Perhaps a top level Java/.Net series of pages, with general discussion at that level and links to specific technologies lower down?
[TG] I'm thinking of even one more tier - access to MV from any language. Then Java, .NET, PHP, and others can be itemized there, and individual discussions and source can break off as links from the language-specific pages. This dove-tails with a recent blog entry I wrote about creating a single API for which bindings from any language can be created. We should discuss this off-page - and maybe talk about adding a forum to this site as well so that we can discuss structures.