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Re: HTTP servers: How to get HTTP server names in command line



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This is the desired answer.

Thank you,

Zvi

--- "Raul A. Jager W." <raul@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Use: DSPFD QATMHINSTC  This physical file contains
one member for each 
instance.

DSPPFM FILE(QATMHINSTC) MBR(each one)  Will show the
type of server and 
configuration file

_____________________________________________________________________________
Ingvaldson, Scott wrote:

Why would you need to do this?

Regards,

Scott Ingvaldson
iSeries System Administrator
GuideOne Insurance Group


-----Original Message-----
date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 02:21:27 -0800 (PST)
from: Zvi Kave <zvi_kave@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: HTTP servers: How to get HTTP server names
in command line

Someone knows how to get HTTP server names and 
configuration directories from command line ?

Regards,

Zvi


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