> sprintf(buffer,_format_an_invalid_CL_command);
> rc = system(buffer);
> if(rc != 0)
> {
>   printf("Error is %s\n",_EXCP_MSGID);
>   exit(-1);
> }

system() doesn't work like that.

system() runs a 'self contained' task, the control boundary for it means that 
the any CPF msgs generated by it are 'out of scope' when system() returns 
control to you. If you want to be able to retrieve the CPF msgs, use QCAPCMD 
API instead of the system() runtime function.


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