Using sp_who to generate a "write" 
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 Using sp_who to generate a "write"

Hi! I'm grabbing the login names and host names from the output of
sp_who and trying to send a message to that user at that host.


"write: 0803-031 Permission denied."


pts # is valid, it works just fine.

Without special permissions, how do I get either the ## value for
the pts that the server is connected to (all all of them would be OK)
OR how do a get the "write" by itself to work?

I'm doing this using sybperl. The purpose is to send a message to
everyone logged on to the server before I take some specific action.

Ed



Tue, 16 Jun 1998 03:00:00 GMT
 
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