Control-M ctmudlst utility does not write to job's sysout

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    Control-M/Server for UNIX and Microsoft Windows


    Control-M/Server for UNIX and Microsoft Windows



    The ctmudlst utility does not write to stdout or stderr. This means ctmudlst can be run as a job and the output appears in the sysout, but you cannot redirect the output to a file.

    The output is always written to the screen as shown in this example:

    $ ctmudlst list SYSTEM >out.txt
    User daily SYSTEM last run on 20100210
    $ cat out.txt
    $ exit






    Legacy ID:KA317507

      Specify the dailyname with a wildcard. This will make the ctmudlst utiliy format its output in table format, which does get written to the job's syout. 
      For example: 
        ctmudlst list "SYSTE*"
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