Thanks!

Windows2000 commands had a relatively small length which I ran into when
running jobs on a PC with RUNRMTCMD.

That doesn't seem to be a problem with QSH.

Lots to learn.

Thanks all!!!





"Clapham, Paul" <pclapham@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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I don't know what limits there are. I do know that my script, with a
line 1863 characters long, does run under qshell. I haven't been
worrying about the question.

Regards
Paul Clapham

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bill.blalock@xxxxxxxx wrote:
"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.

Sorry, this I cannot answer.

Perhaps someone else has more experience in qshell?

david

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