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Re: pase home folder



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Quoting Lukas Beeler <lukas.beeler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:

On Mon, Jul 21, 2008 at 10:55 PM, Jerry Draper <midrangel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The problem is that the .sh is in my home folder /home/jerry and the

Does it have the right permissions? Does it work using ./tstcat.sh
from PASE commandline?

YES


CALL PGM(QP2SHELL) PARM('tstcat.sh')
does not find it in my home folder.

This is probably related to how $PATH is set. Usually, the current
directory "." is not included in $PATH.

LIKELY


That implies that /home/jerry is NOT my current folder. I am not
setting a home folder on a machine where it works so I am trying to
understand why it is working on one and not the other.

CALL QP2TERM, and then pwd. In my case, i was in / (no home
directory). Why don't you just call the script using an explicit path?

I can call with an explicit path but I am NOT doing that on another system where I am doing lots of sFTP stuff and it works. I just want to understand the technology I am working with.

Jerry



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