• Subject: Re: Retrieve subsystem iterative job
  • From: boothm@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 01 Jan 98 01:32:19 -0500
  • In-Reply-To: <199801010523.XAA02856@iria.inwave.com>

>>Does any body know of a way to get subsystem name we run some rf equipment
>>and the easy way to distinguish these would be by the subsystem

I tend to learn by connections.  The posts the other day said the last
subsystem gets  the device, so make a unique device for a subsystem if you
want to assure you get to that subsystem.  At least, that's what I think I

Now this request comes along...  Could a solution lie in unique devices,
so, by knowing the device, you know the subsystem?  This would be backing
into the answer, but perhaps it would lend itself well to your problem

Booth Martin     

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