Glad to know you are up and running...

As Scott stated, jar (or ajar) can be a little slow but, on the other hand,
it is really simple to use.

As for more on info on Qshell, check out the Infocenter for your particular
release. There is a QSHELL manual (in PDF). Also, Google QSHELL and iSeries
and I think you can find a lot of references.


Best Regards,

Luis Rodriguez
IBM Certified Systems Expert — eServer i5 iSeries

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