LID command for PR80?
Last Post 03/13/2012 01:21 PM by Greg Moeller. 4 Replies.
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    03/13/2012 01:03 PM
      Thanks in advance,

      We are having an issue with BSI and they sent me some instructions to create a log file.  Unfortunately the instructions were for LID users and I am a Portal user.  I have access to LID but never use it.  

      BSI istructions has this:

      Step 5: Now, go to PR80 and calculate and add a check. After the check has been successfully added, from the “Options” menu select “Display Log File”

      From the LID command line, what command do I need to "go to PR80"?

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      03/13/2012 01:09 PM
         lapm productline PR80
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        03/13/2012 01:11 PM
          Oh, if not done by login, you need to source your environment first...
          . cv lawenv -- lawenv is replaced by your environment name # that's a dot a space cv space environmentname
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          03/13/2012 01:15 PM
            That worked! Thanks - I knew it was simple but it was next to impossible to query for in the knowledge base.
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            03/13/2012 01:21 PM
              Tell me about it... I'm having difficulties out there as I type!
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