Right - I am officially on vacation and did not complete my thinking ;-) I was responding to the request to have an outfile, and, as you say, the data in the user space is usually in the same position functionally as the data in an outfile.

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At 09:13 AM 11/26/2003 -0500, you wrote:
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.

Rob Berendt

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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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