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How to view Services entries?

Posted on 2004-09-23
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Helllo,
  I am trying to view services entries but cannot seem to view the entry I require.

  Basicallly, I wanted to make sure that a services entry existed (with port number 5774). I entered command "wrksrvtble", and with this I can view some of the service entries, but do not see the one I require.
I thought therefore that the service entry had not been added. However if I try to add it in, it says that it allready exists.

All I can see in my display is eleven of the services entries.
How to I search for a sertain entry, or view all entries? Are there commands for these tasks?

Thank You For your help.
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Question by:Gusboy2
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RQnone earned 40 total points
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If you get the error message that it already exists it must be in there somewhere.

Dumb question but do you see "More..." on the bottom right side of you screen and if so are you using the page down button to view all entries?
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by:Gusboy2
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Hi RQnone,
   I have found that teh entry did actually exist twice, and with 2 different port numbers.
I found out that if I use "wrksrvtble 'ms50'".
Thereofre passing in the service name in ' ' with teh command it dislays the relevant service entry.

I did not seem to be able to get the "More" button to work.
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by:Mind_nl
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The "More" in the bottom right of your screen is not a button but just a text to let you know you are not seeing all entries on your screen. Use the [page down] and [page up] keys on your keyboard to scroll thru the list...
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by:Gusboy2
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cheers for the help.

I'll accept RQnone's comment as he/shem did mention the page down button first.

Thanks to both of you again for your help.
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