Use this statement to start the Java VM.
The START JAVA statement starts the Java VM. The main use is to load the Java VM at a convenient time so that when the user starts to use Java functionality there is no initial pause while the Java VM is loaded.
The database server must be set up to locate a Java VM. Since you can specify different Java VMs for each database, the java_location option can be used to indicate the location (path) of the Java VM. See java_location option [database].
For more information about starting the Java VM, see Starting and stopping the Java VM.
A Java VM must be installed, and the database must be Java-enabled.
This statement is not supported on Windows CE.
SQL/2003 Vendor extension.
Start the Java VM.