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Trying to use the RUNRMTCMD on iSeries (7.1) to process two commands on an AIX (7.1): one that changes the directory and the other to process a '.ksh' file. I know that the iSeries version 6.1+ has SSH and the PASE environment but I have a specific use for RUNRMTCMD in our test environment. I think my issue is coming from the actual CMD parameters as I am getting a 'CD: not found.' response on QSYSPRT and if the problem were credentials (RMTUSER/RMTPWD) or host I would have seen something like can't connect to host.

Here is what I have included in the CMD:

CMD ('cd /home/scripts; XYZ_TsfFromAtoB.ksh')

I read somewhere that the commands must be included in one set of single quotes and then separated by a semicolon (as I have above) but I am still getting the response that the command is not found. By the way, these commands work when I putty into the environment and run the .ksh file manually.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.


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