You could use the OVRDBF STDOUT *PRINT.  That should make a spool file for
you.  You could also "redirect" to a PF instead of the spool file.


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 Bryan Dietz
3X Corporation
614-410-9205







"Peter Dow" <maillist@dowsoftware.com>
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I have an RPGLE program that writes data to standard output.  Normally
this program is called by the HTTP server, but for debugging purposes, I
modified it to be called from the command line.  The modified version
still writes to std-out.  When I run it, its output is displayed on the
green screen, but disappears when the program ends.  The display shows
some function keys that are available to control the display.

Is there a way to control this display of std-out?

tia,
Peter Dow
Dow Software Services, Inc.
909 793-9050 voice
909 522-3214 cellular
909 793-4480 fax

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