• Subject: Re: who uses "call qcmd" as default work area?
  • From: "erikj" <erikj@xxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1999 23:32:06 +0100

Me! Definitely. All the time when i use AS/400 cmds i don't need menu approach 
except few cases (e.g. Save Entire System, LICPGM...). In my opinion it is very 
handy (most of the time) to see joblog on the screen with no keypress. And when 
you want to recall cmd entered "deep in the past" it's more quicker to find it 
with PageUp. 
But generally said it depends on your habits and exceptional personality  :)) 

Erik Jahn  

P.S. ...but be careful if you're using the "right" QCMD (even if it's placed on 
QSYS), not the modified one by malicious "user", as i experienced once. Bitter 
experience !  
> I am wondering who uses "call qcmd" as your default work area?  Then
> pressing F10 to see all the details and then using pgup, pgdn, and F9 for
> recall?
> Curious.
> Jerry

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