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Extended console

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Hi,

I'm using extended CONSOLE (EMCS) to send commands. I would like to suppress the responses written to SDSF LOG. Anyone?

Here is the code:

CODE

/*REXX*/                                           
USR=USERID()                                    
CMD="D A,L"                                                                 
"CONSOLE ACTIVATE NAME("USR")"                
"CONSOLE SYSCMD("CMD") CART('DA01')"            
MCODE=GETMSG('RESMSG1.','SOL','DA01',,120)      
"CONSOLE DEACTIVATE"                                                                
IF RESMSG1.0 = 0 THEN                         
   SAY 'NO MESSAGE RETURNED'                  
ELSE                                            
   DO I=1 TO RESMSG1.0 
      SAY RESMSG1.I              
   END 
EXIT 

The response is written both to my terminal and to SDSF LOG.

BR Jaka

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