lsdisk( command for a local wrklnk folder on the iSeries

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I need to save a directory listing of a local wrklnk directory on our iSeries to a file, much the same way LSDISK( saves the names of files that live in a remote directory to a file. How is this done? Thanks in advance.

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  • TomLiotta
    Just run ls against the directory and redirect the output to a file. If you have QShell installed, you can get to an appropriate command prompt by running the STRQSH command. Assuming the directory is /home/Tom, at the Qshell command prompt:
     == >  ls -Adl /home/Tom > /home/tomsfiles.txt
    A detailed listing of the /home/Tom directory will be placed in /home/tomsfiles.txt. Tom
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