On Thu, Jun 13, 2019 at 2:15 PM Kevin Adler <kadler@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If you need to detect other PASE shells vs QSH, then trying to run
/QSYS.LIB/QSHELL.LIB/UNAME.PGM is one way, though I never particularly
cared for it (it was and still is a hack).

Not only is it a hack, it is more verbose and complicated than it needs to be.

I think it could be argued that pretty much any method you care to try
is ultimately hackish, but testing environment variables is at least a
simple and straightforward hack. And I would guess it's the closest
thing to an "official" method there is. There are definitely variables
that are present (by default) in a QSH session but not a QP2TERM
session, and vice versa.

John Y.

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