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Hi Michael.If you have different version number in Run SQL Script and 5250 session, then you are running two instances and two different versions of ACS.You can have as many ACS installed as you like - it's just a JAR file on your workstation (or network drive). If you want to know the version and location of the ACS JAR file, open Help -> About... it is shown just below the build date:
If you open your 5250 sessions by clicking (shortcuts to) the .hod files, then ACS is registered in Windows as the application to run .hod files and it is this one instance of ACS, that you should upgrade to 22.214.171.124.It is nice to be able to have multiple ACS installed, e.g. for testing new versions of ACS before upgrading - but it can also be confusing, if you don't clean up afterwards. Been there, done that! ;-)Best regards,Christian
I've encountered an issue while using IBM ACS 126.96.36.199, I could successfully run CL commands from "Run SQL Scripts" window, but I'm unable to get/read the results. The CL command I'm using is "CL: DSPOBJ QSYS *LIB;"
Is there any temporary table, or cache or any env variable storing this result?? or it simply should not accept such commands?Please let me know your opinion on this.Thanks-Ojsv
SELECT * FROM
TABLE (SYSTOOLS.SPOOLED_FILE_DATA (JOB_NAME =>'987658/QUSER/QZDASOINIT', SPOOLED_FILE_NAME =>'QPRTOBJD'))
ORDER BY ORDINAL_POSITION