As others have said you can use the QCAPCmd API for prompting and
entering the command variables.
If you want an F9=Retrieve command option in it you have to do a
SNDPGMMSG and RTVPGMMSG in direct sequence (sort of command processor),
so this command can be retrieved on a command line.
There is also a Retrieve Request Message API, that can also,
programtically, retrieve a command string.
On 14-1-2014 17:43, rick baird wrote:
I want to programatically allow a user to key in a command, prompt it and
then retrieve the command and parameter string - basically duplicating
functionality of PDM user defined options - when adding or changing thestring
command, you can prompt it, fill it out, press enter and the command
is retrieved and put in the options command text field.--
Is there an API that does this?
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