problem get the value of /usr/ucb/ps -guxww

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# 1  
Old 01-31-2008
problem get the value of /usr/ucb/ps -guxww

Hello all
im trying to get the value of:
PHP Code:
/usr/ucb/ps -guxww grep Tomcat grep $USER grep -v grep 
into variable , im using csh .
like this :
PHP Code:
set PS="/usr/ucb/ps -guxww"
set isTomcat = `cat $PS | grep Tomcat | grep $USER | grep -v grep
but im keep geting this error:
PHP Code:
catcannot open -guxww 
how can i get the output right ?
# 2  
Old 02-03-2008
Get rid of the cat.
set PS="/usr/ucb/ps -guxww"
set isTomcat = `$PS | grep Tomcat | grep $USER | grep -v grep`

# 3  
Old 02-03-2008
but now if i do :
echo $isTomcat im getting the error:
PHP Code:
setNo match 
why ? how can i echo the value ?
# 4  
Old 02-03-2008
Your code actually works for me when I try it...
Obvious question: Is the $USER variable set correctly?
# 5  
Old 02-04-2008
yes it does
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