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How to turn off page per page output behavior with dsmc or dsmadmc?

ldmwndletsm

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Assuming I don't want to redirect the output to a file, is there a way from within these command interfaces to just dump all the silly output from a query without going one page at a time?

Also, is there anyway to redirect the output of commands that run in the background, e.g. audit volume ? Or is it necessary to always query the actlog for that output and then save that to an output file?
 

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I've not found one yet I regularly dump output to files dsmadmc -id=USERID -paPASSWORD -comma "COMAND" > /tmp/FILENAME.txt. (The comma means its like a CSV file no wrapping).I Agree though its difficult to read with all the word wrapping. Of course I use scripts too to display the output in a more "Formatted" form.
 

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