Calling Prolog from Java is done by using the Java package
se.sics.jasper. This package contains a set of Java classes,
which can be used to create and manipulate terms, ask
queries and request one or more solutions. The functionality
provided by this set of classes is basically the same as the
functionality provided by the C-Prolog interface (see Mixing C and Prolog).
It is possible to debug the Prolog code using the Prolog debugger, either from the command line or from the SICStus Prolog IDE (SPIDER), see Examples of Debugging Runtime Systems.
The usage is easiest described by some examples.
|• Single Threaded Example||Single Threaded Example|
|• Multi Threaded Example||Multi Threaded Example|
|• Another Multi Threaded Example (Prolog Top Level)||Another Multi Threaded Example (Prolog Top Level)|