I use a different approach for things like that. Instead, I'll execute the command via QCMDEXC. No muss, no fuss.

"James Lampert" <jamesl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm working on a CL program that I'd like to compile on our V4R4 box,
that is to include a command (RUNSQLSTM) that exists at that level of
the OS, but not on that particular box.

Obviously, I could do it with QCMDEXC, or I could somehow get a V4R4
RUNSQLSTM *CMD object onto the box (sans CPP, since the command
wouldn't
have to execute thereon), but is there another way I don't know about?

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