• Subject: Re: STRPCO
  • From: Rob Berendt <rob@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1999 19:17:13 -0500

One of the PC's we are running the RUNRMTCMD on is running NT.  When starting a 
command under NT you should go into Control Panel-Services and have Client 
Remote Command started.  Remember, when you run RUNRMTCMD against the PC you 
get a spool file, QPRINT, that echos the batch file executed on the PC.
Here is a sample from our shop:
             RUNRMTCMD  CMD(&CMD) +                                  
                          RMTLOCNAME(&CONTROLPC *IP) RMTUSER(&USER) +
             GOTO       CMDLBL(UPLOADED)                             
CPF91CC: /* Command did not complete successfully. */                
     | Check for PC report of batch file.                            
/* PM001     CALL       PGM(PCGETSTS)               */               
/* PM001*/   CALL       PGM(PCGETSTS) PARM(&REMOTE)                  

Nick_Runnalls@burmahcastrol.com on 10/06/99 05:15:14 AM
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How do I work  out the paramaters for RUNRMTCMD

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Been awhile since I've used STRPCO.  I use RUNRMTCMD most of the time now.
With RUNRMTCMD the command does not have to be initiated from the PC that you
want to run on.  In our case we poll a shop floor PC for info.  With RUNRMTCMD
I don't have to tell the shop floor person to press a button.  STRPCO might be
nice if you are going to run it from an interactive session and you don't know
which PC.

RBoucher@stanpac.com on 10/05/99 01:10:49 PM
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I was looking for a initiate from the AS/400 a PC command (in this case a
Client Access data transfer (.tto)) on the users PC.  Then I stumbled onto
the STRPCO command which can be used in conjunction with STRPCCMD.  It works
like a charm and doesn't involve as many steps as the CWBRXD stuff.  IBM
tells me STRPCO is old stuff and no one uses it anymore since CWBRXD and
RUNRMTCMD.  I just wanted to ask you learned folks why that would be, and
are there any drawbacks to using STRPCO?

Thanks for your help.

Roger Boucher
Standard Pacific Corp.

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