Peter,

could you post a code sample of how you did it?  I know I would appreciate
taking a look.

Thanks!

rick

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What I ended up doing was to add the code I needed (Net.Data code) to the
scripts that are called by this main one (4 of them).   The first thing
they
will do is check for this condition and BAM!... done.  All of them are
working
now in the way I wanted.

I think that my approach was to do this before hand and not at the top of
every
source affected.  However, again, is working nicely with this approach,
which I
think is the best way, based on the way the programs were originally coded.

Peter Vidal
Pall Aeropower Corp.
SR Programmer Analyst
WWW.Pall.com

"A good player makes himself look good; a great player makes the team look
good."
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