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Use this command from a console prompt to run a single iSeries command or a group of iSeries commands. Use this command from a console prompt to run a single System i command or a group of System i commands. 3 Oct C:\IBMiAccess_v1r1\Start_Programs\Windows_i\acslaunch_winexe / plugin=rmtcmd. /cmd="call DTXL/ANALYZE" /system=lp06ut
29 Jul What are the major difference between RMTCMD and REXEC? I installed iSeries navigator in my PC and I am able to access both these. 16 Aug Instead of a bunch of different commands (like RMTCMD) they use one command \Start_Programs\Windows_i\acslaunch_winexe. 11 Mar Figure 1 below shows an example of a user with Limited Capabilities(*YES) running a CL command using nanolineoptics.com (in red) and the Remote.
28 Dec I have written often about using the IBM i Access command nanolineoptics.com to send commands from your Windows or Linux system to IBM i. I want to be able to run an iSeries query from XP using rmtcmd without having In the Client Access map, there is the executable nanolineoptics.com this can be used . 1) try the rmtcmd with a very simple command that you are positive the user id that you are providing has privileges to use the command. nanolineoptics.com File Download and Fix For Windows OS, dll File and exe file download. 10 Jun If I want to say in one liner, “using RMTCMD a user can run CL But the rmtcmd. exe completely ignores the Limit Capabilities attribute of the.
8 May I then made sure my variable was long enough (I used a description that was string) and changed my variable to c:\winnt\nanolineoptics.com CALL. When use RMTCMD from DOS Prompt runs OKAY but when use same command in batch file get: "Error Starting Program, The nanolineoptics.com EXE is installed in C:Program FilesIBMClient Access If you type "path" (without If so this is probably why rmtcmd works and rfrompcb doesnt. 18 May Hi all. i find this example to retrive windows user name but i have two problems: 1 - The rmtcmd ask user and password iSeries 2- Came.