What is the use of ‘EDU’ (education) command in CL?

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How can I use the CL command 'EDU' (education)?

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ibm i series

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Never heard of an EDU command. Post your command and it’s use so we can better understand what language you are using and what you are trying to do. The only EDU I know is part of a URL used by educational websites. 

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  • Splat
    I may be mistaken but I don't think 'EDU' is a native iSeries command.
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  • azohawk
    I found STREDU (start education) and CVTEDU (convert education) commands on my system. I tried the STREDU and that brings me to a menu with 3 options: 1. Work with student information, 2. work with courses, 3. work as a student. I see no students or courses. So this is new to me. Looking at the help, this appears to have something to do with on-line education. But this is new to me.
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  • ToddN2000
    Those commands would only be used from a command line it looks like. I can't think of any you would use in a CL. Going to poke a bit more. Strange request.
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  • WoodEngineer
    There is an EDU menu but no EDU command. The menu contains the two commands Azohawk mentioned. Perhaps you are thinking of something from a third-party vendor.
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  • GregManzo
    Must be 3rd party vendor software. Our box doesn't even have the commands or menu.
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  • TheRealRaven
    For a basic intro, try GO CMDSCHIDX. Then try option 5, "Work with Search Indexes", with either *LIBL/*ALL or *ALL/*ALL.

    Depending on installed products, you might or might not see any search indexes listed. Most common today might be QPDA/QHPW1. (The older the system, the more likely you'll find some. The earlier systems included basic training on just about everything that the system included, or you might create training for your own apps.)

    If any search index is listed, try option 8, "Start search index". Explore from there to get a feeling for what might be possible.

    However, EDU is not a native command. Only the vendor is likely to know much about how it could be used.
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