Create CMD

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CMD
CMD RTVNETA
CMD Source
OS/400
Hello Experts,
I want to create my own CMD te override RTVNETA SYSNAME(&MYSYSTEM)
Why? Because we have an net I5 and we have some old (not supported) software that needs a specific system name.  This software use RTVNETA to get the name. I want to create an CMD in an other Library (different from QSYS) en set It on the Librarylist 1 place above the QSYS.
This CMD sends another system name to this program.
Can someone send me an example?
Thanks.
Kansarax


Software/Hardware used:
OS400

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  • TomLiotta
    How did you determine that the software uses RTVNETA and not QSYS/RTVNETA? That is, how do you know the software doesn't qualify its commands? Also, are you certain that no other software uses RTVNETA? If your duplicate command doesn't replicate every element of QSYS/RTVNETA, different program may give unpredictable results. Every parameter exists because it is needed somewhere. RTVNETA has a lot of parms. Is there a reason you don't just set your system name to the name that you want? Tom
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