Some years ago a had a nifty assembler program that I would run interactively via CLIST. it would read instream data fro the screen and output TSO SEND commands to another user. I lost it and can't remeber how to output the SEND command. I formatted the data string and user id on a single line and then either did some kind of write, or called something for output. Has anybody ever done this?
Is it possible to do this with a TPUT and specify another user? I have tried with a TPUT and it will send output back to me, but if I include the USERIDL on the TPUT command, the output message is lost
This is similiar to my prvious question about SEND messages. Has anyone
DOES the USERIDL parameter work on TPUT. I should be able to send a message to another user, but it will not work. The message goes nowhere. If I pull the USERIDL parm, the message goes to my terminal.
That would work if I can find a way to enter up to ten lines of text and then being able to send all when done. I'm not much of a CLIST guy. Is there a way to table up the lines and the release when done?