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Last Post 11/03/2017 9:23 AM by  Ray Juodis
LID Commands
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10/20/2017 7:53 AM
    I've got a question in regards to LID commands. I've run help to get a list of commands for LID. What I'm trying to accomplish is, simply, listing the files within the currently selected folder. According to help, 'DIR' is the command. However, running DIR in any folder gives me "dir: file not found". Has anyone else run into this issue?
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    10/22/2017 9:29 AM
    Hi Evin,
    The commands are those which are standard for Unix.

    For example, use ls (or ls -l) instead of dir.
    cd for change directory, mkdir, rm (remove/delete), cat (send file contents to the screen), cp (copy), mv (move), etc.

    Hope this helps you find your way around!

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    10/23/2017 9:18 AM
    Thanks for the replay, Dave. Unfortunately, I attempted using the unix commands as well. If it's of any help, I'm using Infor Lawson Interface Desktop Edition 10.0.3.0. I'm assuming this is our setup, but, I'm prompted for commands starting in "D:\lsenv\launt\INFORBC_******* ".
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    11/03/2017 9:23 AM
    If you still are not able to get a directory listing with either ls or dir, my guess is your LID setup is not invoking Lawson environment variables that are required. If you are a Windows, type "CMD" in your LID session. If a prompt returns then try the DIR command.
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