You are right, end of long day. That was poorly worded. The gist is

"Does a script processed by qsh have a limit on the length of a command?
If so what are the tricks to get around it? (continuation or whatever)"

I've run into limits on what the Windows 2000 command processor in terms
of length of the command. I was wondering what limits are on a qsh
command, particularly one built in a script.


David Gibbs <david@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: Re: How to redirect stderr and stdout of QSH into
a java program

bill.blalock@xxxxxxxx wrote:
What happens if when you have a longish command to pipe into another
longish command?

ftps bunch_of_params | java -cp /kindoflong Class ?$

Nothing special ... unless I'm missing the gist of your question.


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