But, it will only work with iSeries Access, although, given the 'girth' of
iSeries Access, not only should it start a PC command but should also do
your laundry and housework... ;)

Pete Helgren
Value Added Software,Inc.

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Alvin.  Most have given an answer but forgot to add the STRPCO command
before the STRPCCMD.

so the sample program looks like:
monmsg iws4010
STRPCCMD PCCMD('start http://www.google.com') PAUSE(*NO)

Works great.

Bryan Dietz
Technical Consultant

Aktion Associates
7716 Rivers Edge Drive, Suite B
Columbus, Ohio 43235
614.840.9880  x406
614.840.9886 (fax)
614.419.5079 (cell)

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Hi, All!

I am trying to develop a way that a user can press a command key in a
screen that will run an RPG program that builds a url-encoded string and
sends that string to a web browser.

If anyone can help at all, I will greatly appreciate it!


Alvin (Bud) Manz, Jr.
Programmer I
Northwest State Community College
(419) 267-5511 ext. 459
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