If you don't have a userid setup for your machine does the RUNRMTCMD need a
id and password?  I tried it w/o and it keeps asking for one.
Gary Lehman
Programmer Analyst
Missouri Consolidated Health Care Plan

                -----Original Message-----
                From:   Buck Calabro [mailto:mcalabro@commsoft.net]
                Sent:   Thursday, July 16, 1998 9:47 AM
                To:     'MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com'
                Subject:        RE: RUNRMTCMD

                On Thursday, July 16, 1998 8:25 AM, Gary Lehman 
                [SMTP:Gary_Lehman@mail.mchcp.org] wrote:
                > Yes the daemon is running on the PC.  However, I have to
do it manually
                > and
                > the commands I'm trying to run don't seem to execute, even
though it
                > tells
                > me the command ran successfully.

                Gary,
                  Any output from the command will be put into a spooled
file on the 400. 
                 Also, the daemon window will have a record of what
happened.  Here are 
                the exact steps I take to run commands on my PC from my 400:

                1. Open a DOS window from W95
                2. cwbrxd
                The daemon window (this one) shows:
                IBM AS/400 Client Access for Windows 95/NT
                Version 3  Release 1  Level 3
                TCP/IP Remote Command Server
                (C) Copyright IBM Corporation and Others 1984, 1995.  All
rights reserved.
                U.S. Government Users Restricted Rights - Use, duplication
or disclosure
                  restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp.
                Licensed Materials - Property of IBM

                CWBAR1007 - Client Access CWBRXD has been started.

                3. On the AS/400, RUNRMTCMD CMD(DIR)
                          RMTLOCNAME(BUCK *IP)
                          RMTUSER(BUCK)
                          RMTPWD(MyW95Password)
                   Note that my PC is in the AS/400 host table as BUCK.
CFGTCP, option 
                10.
                   The PC daemon window shows:

                Ran the following remote command from user BUCK on system
AS400COM: 'DIR'

                4. On the AS/400, WRKSPLF.  I have a spooled file named
QSYSPRT that 
                contains the directory listing.  The first few lines are:

                 Volume in drive C has no label
                 Volume Serial Number is 3A39-1205
                 Directory of C:\WINDOWS
                .              <DIR>        04-13-98 11:12a .
                ..             <DIR>        04-13-98 11:12a ..
                SYSTEM         <DIR>        04-13-98 11:12a SYSTEM
                COMMAND        <DIR>        04-13-98 11:12a COMMAND
                HELP           <DIR>        04-13-98 11:12a HELP
                MSBATCH  INF         1,209  12-17-97 11:03a MSBATCH.INF
                NETDET   INI         7,885  08-24-96 11:11a NETDET.INI

                5. When I'm all done, I open another DOS window from W95
                6. CWBRXDSD
                   The daemon window shows
                CWBAR1008 - Client Access CWBRXD is shutting down.
                7. EXIT from the daemon window
                8. EXIT from the stop daemon window

                I am running Client Access V3R1M3, service pack level
SF46891 on a TCP/IP 
                connection to a 620 running V4R2 at PFT level 98140.

                Buck Calabro
                Commsoft, Albany, NY
                mailto:mcalabro@commsoft.net

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