Using STRPCCMD on clients using BosaNova TCP/IP emulation

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Is there a parameter on BosaNova TCP/IP configuration to allow/disallow Remote commands? Using BosaNova emulation, when I give STRPCO followed by STRPCCMD (with PAUSE(*YES))from command line, I go right back to command line. Using Client Access, the command is executed, or atleast I get a window telling me what the error is, if I enter a wrong command.

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  • TomLiotta
    STRPCCMD is not the same as "Remote commands". Remote commands (via RUNRMTCMD) can work whether BosaNova or any other terminal emulation is even installed or connected. And STRPCCMD is designed for iSeries Access, not BosaNova. It would be up to BosaNova Support to describe how their product works with STRPCCMD (if it works at all.) Tom
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