Calling Java program from ABAP

Hi All,
my ABAP program downloads one file to one folder. Then one Java program is running to Encrypt the file.
Now , they want to call the JAVA program in ABAP, so that they can encrypt the file before downloading.
Is it possible to call a Java program from ABAP ? If Yes, please give me the detailed procedure.
Thanks
pabi

Pabi,
Using the RFC connection,we can establish a link between Java and SAP.
Afterwards,hope we can call Java program from ABAP.
Below is the sample piece of code to establish RFC connection(link) between Java and SAP.
DATA: REQUTEXT LIKE SY-LISEL,
      RESPTEXT LIKE SY-LISEL,
      ECHOTEXT LIKE SY-LISEL.
DATA: RFCDEST like rfcdes-rfcdest VALUE 'NONE'.
DATA: RFC_MESS(128).
REQUTEXT = 'HELLO WORLD'.
RFCDEST = 'JCOSERVER01'. "corresponds to the destination name defined in the SM59
CALL FUNCTION 'STFC_CONNECTION'
   DESTINATION RFCDEST
   EXPORTING
     REQUTEXT = REQUTEXT
   IMPORTING
     RESPTEXT = RESPTEXT
     ECHOTEXT = ECHOTEXT
   EXCEPTIONS
     SYSTEM_FAILURE        = 1 MESSAGE RFC_MESS
     COMMUNICATION_FAILURE = 2 MESSAGE RFC_MESS.
IF SY-SUBRC NE 0.
    WRITE: / 'Call STFC_CONNECTION         SY-SUBRC = ', SY-SUBRC.
    WRITE: / RFC_MESS.
ENDIF.
Regards,
Sree

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