How do I 'see' numeric return code from uvscan (on unix) after cfexecute

    I am trying to run uvscan on a unix os.  Seems to run ok.  Using cfsavecontent and cfexecute I can sucessfully execute uvscan and the var for cfsavecontent does contain verbose output of uvscan.  What I really need are the numeric status codes that are returned by uvscan.  
What do I do to capture and handle those codes?  (I am new to Coldfusion... so the answer to this question may be simple and I just don't have enough experience to know how to do it.  Thanks for any info.)

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Like process return code? Not possible on Unix.
When you run uvscan from the command line in unix, does it return the codes as part of the standard output, or do you have to supply additional arguments to have it return these codes?  CF will simply capture any output generated by the cfexecute call and either output it to the page or save it on the server.
jonesetAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your comment INDSDivision6.... I did find a work around.

dcodez ... uvscan does output to the user a message regarding scan result ... ie virus found blah, blah, blah.

Also, it returns a numeric code automatically.  My problem is that it appears that coldfusion can capture only program output,  and not the status code returned from an executed program.

My work around is a shell script that gets arguments from cold fusion and runs uvscan accordingly.  The script outputs either a numeric or verbose status, all according to input arguments to the shell from coldfusion.  Works good.

Moderator... please close this question... (I 've found my own solution).

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