Retaining the JAR file

When a JAR is installed in a database, the server disassembles the JAR, extracts the classes, and stores them separately. The JAR is not stored in the database unless you specify installjava with the -j parameter.

Use of -j determines whether the Adaptive Server system retains the JAR specified in installjava or uses the JAR only to extract the classes to be installed.

Sybase recommends that you specify a JAR name so that you can better manage your installed classes. If you retain the JAR file: