Using the Java Gateway
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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Prerequisites
1.2 Starting and Stopping the Gateway
1.3 Connecting and Disconnecting
1.4 Java Gateway Modes
1.4.1 Proxy Object Mode
1.4.2 Stateless Service Mode
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Adding the Java Gateway Business Service
2.2 Settings for the Java Gateway Business Service
2.3 Calling Business Service Methods
2.3.1 StartGateway() Method
2.3.2 ConnectGateway() Method
2.3.3 StopGateway() Method
2.4 Creating a Business Operation
2.5 Calling API Methods
2.5.1 %Connect() Method
2.5.2 %Disconnect() Method
2.5.3 %Shutdown() Method
2.5.4 %Import() Method
2.5.5 %ExpressImport() Method
2.5.6 %ClassForName() Method
2.5.7 %GetAllClasses() Method
2.6 Using the Command Prompt
2.7 Using the Java Gateway Wizard
2.8 Error Checking
2.9 Troubleshooting
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Setting Up Java Gateway Examples
3.2 Running Plain Java Examples
3.3 Running JDBC Examples
3.4 Running EJB Gateway Examples
3.5 Running JMS Gateway Examples
3.5.1 JMS Point-to-Point (P2P) Example
3.5.2 JMS Publish/Subscribe (Pub/Sub) Example
3.5.3 Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI) Example
3.6 Stateless Service Mode Example
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 Package and Class Names
4.2 Primitives
4.3 Date and Time
4.4 Properties
4.5 Methods
4.5.1 Overloaded Methods
4.5.2 Method Names
4.5.3 Static Methods
4.6 Constructors
4.7 Constants
4.8 Java Classes
4.8.1 Java Object Superclass (java.lang.Object)
4.8.2 Java Arrays
4.8.3 Java Collections Framework
4.8.4 Recasting
4.8.5 Java Standard Output Redirection
4.9 Restrictions