Copy your screen activity in a file

Copy your screen activity in a file and then use it for presentation or for training material.

You can copy your screen activity in a file and then use it for presentation or for training material. You don't...

need to sign on to two sessions. This is an excellent command for capturing your daily activity.

Use Start Copy Screen session command first and then use End Copy Screen session command.

Start with:

STRCPYSCN SRCDEV(*REQUESTER) OUTDEV(*NONE) OUTFILE(FILE1)

End with: ENDCPYSCN

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