CI


CI

     The MPE/iX Command Interpreter (CI) is a Native Mode Program.
 You can run it the way you would any other program, either by
 explicitly using the RUN command (the first example below),
 or by using the the implied RUN (the second example):

:RUN CI.PUB.SYS
:CI

In the first case, the RUN command controls execution of the CI.
 For more information, refer to the RUN command.

The second case, referred to as implied run, is limited to
 recognizing the INFO= and PARM= parameters. If you enter both
 INFO= and PARM=, PARM= goes into effect after the INFO= string
is passed. The Parm= values for the CI shows the Parm= values.

SYNTAX

     :RUN CI.PUB.SYS

 or

 :CI

PARAMETERS

INFO   A valid CI command

PARM   Parm Values for CI:

          0   UDC's are cataloged, the CI banner is displayed, and
              the WELCOME message is displayed.
This is the default.

          1   Same as 0, however the CI terminates after processing
              the info string; it terminates after the first
command
              is executed if no info string is specified.

          2   UDC's are cataloged, the CI banner is suppressed, and
              the WELCOME message is suppressed.

          3   Same as 2, however the CI terminates after processing
              the info string; it terminates after the first
command
              is executed if no info string is specified.

          4   Logon UDC's are executed, UDC's are available, the
              CI banner is displayed, and the WELCOME
message is displayed.

          5   Same as 4, however the CI terminates after processing
              the info string; it terminates after the first
command
              is executed if no info string is specified.

          -1  UDC's are not cataloged, the CI banner is suppressed,
              and the WELCOME message is suppressed.
             
This requires SM capability.

          -2  Same as -1, however the CI terminates after processing
              the info string; it terminates after the first
command
              is executed if no info string is specified.
              This requires SM capability.

     Parm -1 and -2 can be defeated via a SYSGEN misc configuration setting.

EXAMPLE(S)

     MPE:ci
MPE/iX CI C.25.06 Copyright (C) Hewlett-Packard 1987. All Rights Reserved.
MPE:

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Commands: