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stefan_schnell
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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.



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



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



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