Java classes must be installed into a database before they can be used. You can install classes from Sybase Central or Interactive SQL.
Start Sybase Central and connect to the sample database.
In the left pane, expand the External Environments folder.
Choose File » New » Java Class.
Click Browse and browse to the location of Invoice.class.
Start Interactive SQL and connect to the sample database.
In the SQL Statements pane of Interactive SQL, type the following statement:
INSTALL JAVA NEW FROM FILE 'path\\Invoice.class';
Here path is the location of your compiled class file.
Press F5 to execute the statement.
The class is now installed into the sample database.
At this point, no Java in the database operations have taken place. The class has been installed into the database and is ready for use.
Changes made to the class file from now on are not automatically reflected in the copy of the class in the database. You must update the classes in the database if you want the changes reflected.
For more information about installing classes, and for information about updating an installed class, see Installing Java classes into a database.
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