--- On Tue, 23 Jun 1998 18:10:22 EDT  DAsmussen@aol.com wrote:

>Hey Folks!
>All right, I reached into the wayback machine and came up empty.  I need to
>establish a communications side entry to perform a job on a remote box that
>was once running on the originating box.  I haven't done this since niegh onto
>the "birthday", so all help would be appreciated.
>We have a job that runs an interface from a legacy OMS into BPCS for orders
>and shipments.  Due to V6 performance constraints, we had to move BPCS from
>its original 310 to the 530 that our other plants run on, but the legacy OMS
>remains on the 310.  I have established the proper DDM files to support the
>interface when run from a menu on the 530, but the legacy files are tertiary
>in nature and I'd like to more tightly integrate the interface with the legacy
>invoicing application that clears the files when it's done.
>So, how do I point at program X on the 530 side from the 310, making sure that
>the library list and user profile is correct in order to properly update all
>transactions?  I'd prefer to not have to include the USERID and PASSWORD in
>the execution of RUNRMTCMD, but understand that this may be necessary under
>V3R7.  Any and all help is appreciated...

Sorry for the delay.
It seems like you have several options to invoke the program on the 530 machine:
1. RUNRMTCMD which can be setup to include userqpassword or not.
3. SNDNETMSG and setup a message monitoring program
4. Write to a remote file using DDM and setup a trigger program
and some other, more esoteric ways.

either way, you need a "wrapper" around your program, such as a custom CL or a 
REXX script
that will run it under a job description containing the user profile and 
library list.

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