The RTVCMD utility is at:

http://www.iseriesnetwork.com/sharewarefiles/rtvcmd.zip

By "s38 rpg 2 pgm" do you mean the ones named IRP0 to IRP3?  If so, I
can send you the V3R2 versions of them (don't have access to a s38
anymore :-)

--Dave

On Wed, 2004-09-08 at 10:14, Ron Melby wrote: 
> LEIF,
> you are probably right,it is probably STEVEs program. To the others who 
> answered, it makes about 16 parms of 80 long and sends a message about each 
> parmspace to help identify parms and lengths. It helps to resolve the 
> situation DAN BALE as posted in this thread.  it is in the archives. DAVE 
> MCKENZIE was on my mind because i was remodifying an old s38 rpg 2 program 
> that you had dealings with that wrote pseudo mi from a dump, and i now 
> realize i have overmodified it and don't have the old copies. I also was 
> thinking of your name because i believe you used to have a RTVCMD that i 
> thought might be useful but can not find it.  I work on someone elses as400 
> at work as a consultant with a small company called CrossUSA, its risc. I 
> have QSECOFR auth but I dont want to load a bunch of my stuff on it. The 
> contract is far more mundane than that.
> 
> my exact situation is the old one in which i snd and rcv a msg to get a 
> programs name in CL. I know an easier way in mi but the lesson was how to 
> get parms for QMHSNMSG and QMHRCVMS. The Send failure from QCAPTRS told me I 
> had to code MIN(5) on the OL(in a roundabout way of course) but the Recieve 
> error from QCAPTRS told me nothing (parameters passed do not match calling 
> program) so I know i need a min of X.  Thanks for the tip on MAXA MINA DAVE. 
>   I'll try it when i get home. That will help shorten the compile/dump time.
> 
> I am still in search of a method to forge pointers on cisc so I cannot get 
> to the headers directly yet, nor implement the memory explorer, but I know 
> its still doable. As you say LEIF, one has to work for a living as well.
> 
> LEIF, i was not going to bother you until after oct 15. You must have been 
> bored out there to answer this little post.
> 
> Some time ago there was a long thread in the archives kicking around what LE 
> meant when it was new, I firmly believe that IBM was paying homage to LEIF 
> saying in effect...........no, you spell it LEif not LIef as americans are 
> wont to do. By the way,LEIF in old norsk a SVAL is a shield and we still say 
> that those who still hold a home (GAARD) name are an old and regal people, 
> is SVAL a shield in Dansk?
> 
> >From: "Leif Svalgaard" <leif@xxxxxxxx>
> >Reply-To: MI Programming on the AS400 / iSeries <mi400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >To: "MI Programming on the AS400 / iSeries" <mi400@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Subject: Re: [MI400] QCAPTRS
> >Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2004 10:53:14 -0500
> >
> > > I searched the archives, InfoCenter, and Google for QCAPTRS and got no
> >hits.
> > >
> > > What is "Dave McKenzie's parm program"?
> > >
> >
> >maybe it is Steve Glanstein's parm program....



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