Sorry first of all,
I am not at all active on this list but this does not mean that I do not
read almost every question and answer with much attention.
But by far Srinivas' questions (25 since the last count) are the simpliest
and denote not only the lack of any programming skills but also the least
respect to the people here that are willing to answer (not wanting to read
the manuals even everybody keep repeting him the same thing.

On top of this, his signature (with iGate ranking in the top companies) just
scares me off when thinking of outsourcing programs to others.

For this, I have created a filter in Gmail to automatically delete every
message
that just contains workd Srinivas. Because he doesn't respect my
intelligence and also other's intelligence.

Sorry again for the post but I just couldn't stand it.

Mihai
http://rpcrud.ro




On 3/4/08, Buck <kc2hiz@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Srinivas Boggula wrote:
No No
when I am trying to run wrkqry from the program it takes me to wrkqry
screen there I am entering file name and library I don't want this to be
done . Instead this process I want to do by a program.


I would advise you to listen to the people recommending RUNQRY. However
if you are bent on writing a program that will emulate a person at the
keyboard, you can use Albert York's TNAPI.
http://www.ediconsulting.com/EDIdownloads.htm Please understand that
this is a very rarely used technique, and probably is NOT what you want.
--buck

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