[ic] Want to use new module/library in embedded Perl code

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Sat, 10 Feb 2001 16:11:09 -0500

On Sat, Feb 10, 2001 at 03:34:53PM -0500, Timothy Cassidy wrote:
> Hi, I have downloaded and installed a new module for my perl compiler.
> This module is referred to as JVM, it allows a programmer to access Java
> code from within their perl code.
> The module installation has worked great and I have been able to write
> Perl code that executes Java code.
> Unfortunately when I try to use this JVM library/module in embedded perl,
> I get errors.  Is there a particular perl file I should include the
> use Jvm;
> line in so that my embedded perl code can access this library?

If you don't say what errors exactly you are unlikely to get much
useful help.

All I can suggest is look at user tags and use or
require the module there.

> If so, please let me know what it is.  I have tried reading all the
> manuals and the closest I came to finding an answer was page 25 of 58 in
> ictemplates.pdf where it mentioned I could override existing methods.
> Also, once I make this change in a particular Perl file, how do I
> recompile that Perl file so that Interchange (the application) recognizes
> the change?

You may or may not need to do anything.  Worst case restart the catalog.
> Thanks for any assistance anyone can provide,
> Tim Cassidy
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