Hi Paul

Do you mean the program that processes a particular command? The one you see when you DSPCMD? I certainly hope so!

At any rate, I would recommend the command-processing exit point - here you can put in all the checks you want and you can change parameter values.

There are just too many risks, in my opinion, to changing a system entity. With commands, there are often hidden parameters - yes, there are ways to reveal what they are.

Then there is the matter of what happens when updating the OS - commands always go to their IBM defaults.


On 8/29/2016 6:29 AM, Paul Nicolay wrote:

I wonder if it is possible to replace the OS/400 command processor ?

I would like to be able to control the command (ie. additional verifications and/or change) before it is executed.

Kind regards,

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