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Rexx In Natural Session

Rexx In Natural Session

(OP)
Does anyone know how to code rexx in natural session.

RE: Rexx In Natural Session

What is a "natural session". If you are referring to Adabas Natural then check in the manual for the product. If no mention then it is not possible. You will have to use conventional session for your environment.


Nic

RE: Rexx In Natural Session

(OP)
Yes Natural Adabas

RE: Rexx In Natural Session

(OP)
Sorry I have not explained my query correctly. I am working in natural environment where I am not able to find place to write rexx. If I am trying in Natural session where Natural code is written Rexx cannot be written. So need to know if there is any way we can write Rexx code in Natural Session.

RE: Rexx In Natural Session

As long as you have a text editor you can write any program code. You then need access to a command line to execute it.
Are you working in a mainframe environment? If so you can run in foreground in TSO/ISPF or background via a batch job. On a PC you run from the command line. AS400 I do not know but suspect the command line.


Nic

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