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Hello community,

I presented here the Wicked Shell for ABAP in Eclipse. Wicked Shell offers the possibility to use Custom Shells.

Take Command Console (TCC) is a very powerful command line from JP Software. You can do a lot of phantastic things with TCC. You can find more information about TCC here and here. JP Software offers a free version of Take Command Console, called TCC/LE.

Here I want to show how to integrate Take Command Console via Wicked Shell in ABAP in Eclipse.

Open the preference window and the node Wicked Shell > Custom Shells. Press the button Create New and fill the parameters as below.

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Open the Shell view and the View Menu, choose the item Active Shell and the Take Command shell.

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Now you can use Take Command Console with all its possibilities inside ABAP in Eclipse.

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Hint: You can integrate two versions of the console, 32- and 64-bit. Here, in another context, a tip, how to differentiate the versions.

Cheers

Stefan

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