More times than not, once I get this data into a user space I don't see a 
need for stuffing it into a file.

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Starting with V5R1, there are a number of APIs that return this kind of 
information. For *CNN, take a look at List Network Connections. Connection 

info is returned in a user space. You could probably have a data structure 

defined by a PF, then do something with pointers to hook up the entries in 

the user space to the data space, hence to the file.

More stuff comes with each release.


At 08:36 AM 11/26/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>I checked the archives and someone asked this question a while ago with 
>success, but I thought I would check again to see if there is a solution 
>now. Is there a way to display the NETSTAT *CNN information to an outfile 

>or spool file while in batch?

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