Hide AS/400 Parameter

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AS/400 administration
AS/400 Parameters
How can we hide the parameter from user view and pass with some default value.

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AS400

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If it is an IBM supplied Comman, You can create your own with the same name.
YOu would modify it to have only the parms you want th user to be able to alter, then put in the parms you want and submit it.
Then have it in the libary list before QSYS.

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  • TomLiotta
    Hide what parameter? On a call to a program? On a command entered from a command line? On a command prompted by a program? If it's a command, is it a system-supplied command or one you wrote yourself? Tom
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  • pdraebel
    If the user has access to the command line to enter the Command than CharlieBrowns answer would be the way to go, if it is being used in some CL program behind a menu you should turn to the selective prompting capabilities for Commands.
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  • JohnFB
    I think what you were looking for over six years ago was the ELEM CL declaration.
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  • WoodEngineer
    This article may provide the info you need. The techniques described work well.
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  • ToddN2000
    If you have created your own screen for entry you could use the DSPATR(ND) for non display of the parameter. 
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  • pdraebel
    That would only work if a parameter default was provided.
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