• Accessing I/O Feedback Area of DSPF from within CL program

    Is it possible from within a CL program to retrieve/access the I/O feedback area of a display file (the equivalent of retrieving INFDS (positions 401-404) from within an RPG program)?

    Zack250 pointsBadges:
  • Retrieve system date and time on AS/400

    How do I retrieve the current system date, time and name using CL program on AS400? Pls share the CL source.  

    Mani1017130 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 (Retail) Banking application

    Hi, I'm looking for some details and materials on any AS/400 retail banking application. Information in design level.. You may ask what exact requirement is but as of now I need a model which uses technology RPG, CL, SQL, menu screens, display files etc pls.. Thanks

    itkr125 pointsBadges:
  • How to trap the errors with out using monmsg?

    Is it possible to trap the errors in CL with out using MONMSG.let me explain?

    Nagraj32225 pointsBadges:
  • Graphic to text conversion in AS/400

    i have a program in that program graphic characters are there how to convert graphical character to as400 characters using cl program only.how is it possible in as400 

    madhuchowdary350 pointsBadges:
  • Add Variable Field to Menu

    I wanted to add a field to a menu that is not a constant field, but one that may be populated by a CL program. I have a log on program built that asks for a user ID and some identifying information. From that I obtain their personal information. I'd like to be able, at the top of a menu which...

    Bunk40 pointsBadges:
  • Writing command WJ that will do the same thing as WRKACTJOB?

    need you help once more. I want to create a cl program. instead of wrinting wrkactjob, i want to write wj having the same result. The problem is i don´t know programming, so if somebody could make a clp to me so i could read it and understand it, it would be great. Tanx a lot

    Aringarosa295 pointsBadges:
  • Answer a monmsg from within CL?

    I have a clp that calls on a prog that sometimes issues a error message. manually i would respond with an I to ignore and all is well. Now my question, can I use monmsg msgid(mycpfmsg)to auto reply to this message. I have it monitoring inside the cl for this message since i thought that by...

    lotofbad205 pointsBadges:
  • Is there a way a user who is the owner of is userprf enable is disabled id without logging in to the system

    Is there a way a user who is the owner of is user profile be able to enable is disabled id without logging in to the system. Eg. say by using rcmd? using ftp.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:
  • Reading a file in Reverse Order in CL Program

    ) In CL program how can we read a data base file in reverse order.

    Chraghuveer25 pointsBadges:
  • Variable number of parms in CL

    I know I have check in RPG for a variable number of inputted parms. Can I do that in CL also?

    CharlieBrowne41,380 pointsBadges:
  • Capture Return value of Script in CL Program

    Hi I am running a script file which returns some value at the end of the script. i.e. the last line of my script is "exit returnVal". The value is also populating in the returnVal variable correctly but I don't know how can we capture this return value in my cl program. Could anyone please help me...

    VivekSharma120 pointsBadges:
  • ODBC connection and IP address

    Is there a way to get the IP address of a client/server job attached to QZDASOINIT?  I can see message CPIAD02 in the QZDASOINIT job log which lists the user and IP address and I need to get this information into a CL program which runs each time the user connects to the QZDASOINIT process. ...

    BISHT321245 pointsBadges:
  • OPNQRYF HOW?

    HI Everyone,  i need a idea, i have on CL program (pgm parm) a field wndate(8,0) and i need make a opnqryf (file1) compare wndate with mvdatl(8,0), but i only wanted the first 6 position (yyyymm) of both . Anyone give a idea how can i made this? OS/400 in V5R4M1 thanks in advanced.  

    BUG68235 pointsBadges:
  • AS/400 Record Count

    I need a command to use in a CL program that will give me the record count for all records in a file. RTVMBRD will do it for a single member, but I need it for MBR(*ALL). I know I can dump a *MBRLIST to a file and tally it up form there, but if someone already has this, why reinvent the wheel.

    CharlieBrowne41,380 pointsBadges:
  • Handling errors in CL Programs

    I've been searching all over the internet (and this site) looking for a good way to generically handle errors within a CL program.  Everything's seems very vauge to me. What I'm looking to do is something like this: CHGSPLFA   FILE(&SPOOLFILE) SAVE(*NO)  MONMSG     MSGID(CPF0000) ...

    Dcantwell470 pointsBadges:
  • I have more than 1000 objects in one library need to segregate type wise.

    I have more than 1000 objects in one library need to segregate type wise like Program, Report, CL, Display Screens & also we write some Report Programs in RPG.[o:p][/o:p] Anyone have idea to segregate objects without any manual efforts.[o:p][/o:p]

    MKamil110 pointsBadges:
  • While calling a command via a CL program exposes my command line.

    While calling a command via a CL program exposes my command line. Is it possible to hide the command line while executing the command via cl. I need to do this as iam executing the cl with adopted authority.

    JohnsonMumbai1,160 pointsBadges:
  • Save IXS CL program

    Does anyone out there have a CL program which saves all the objects on an IXS?

    WoodEngineer6,530 pointsBadges:
  • How to retrieve the jobq in which my current job is running in CL?

    I have a CL program which will run as a SBMJOB. Now I want to see whether it is running in QBATCH jobq. If not in QBATCH, I have to resubmit it into QBATCH. How I can do it in CL?

    JustinA40 pointsBadges:

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