Hello Adam,

There are three options for you if you want to avoid host code.

Java:  Both the Java Toolkit and JTOpen have classes that describe spooled

C/C++:  Client Access has an API/Toolkit that can access spooled files.

Use the RMTCMD server (part of Host Servers) to run the spooled file APIs
for you.  That's how OpsNav does most of its magic.

Simon Coulter.

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