OK, results of the test this morning. All tests done on the absolute
latest product releases:
Machine is running OS/400 V4R5
PC1 is running CA/400 full version V3R2 SF64050
PC2 is running CA Express V4R5 SF62213
Using PC5250, via TCP/IP, enter command DSCJOB at command line
Both report error CPF1358: DSCJOB not allowed for Server jobs. Job
x/x/x is either a server job, or a client job with a server job active
at the device.
So, quite simply, the Job Disconnect (as opposed to the "Job Trashing")
function doesn't work with Client Access. It never has done and I don't
think IBM ever designed it to.
> I have os v3r7 and ca v3r1 and it doesn't work. I think the ca
> v3r7?? I read this awhile back. I could be wrong. Let me know.
> > Hmmm, our development machine is at V4R3 and our main production
> > machine is V4R4. Most users are currently running V3R2 of CA. I
> > they were pretty recent - what CA version is needed?
> > When I am talking about disconnect, I mean TRUE disconnect and not
> > abnends:
> > DSCJOB: The Disconnect Job (DSCJOB) command allows the interactive
> > user to disconnect all interactive jobs at the workstation and
> > to the sign-on display. The job or jobs that are disconnected from
> > work station can be reconnected if the same user signs on the same
> > station.
> > ENDJOB: The End Job (ENDJOB) command ends the specified job and any
> > associated inline data files. The job can be on a job queue, it can
> > be active, or it can have already completed running.
> > In other words, one command kills the interactive job and the other
> > just disconnects the job from the workstation (but the job remains
> > active).
> > There is nothing worse than automatically (and without considered
> > judgement) killing interactive jobs simply because a user hasn't
> > touched the keyboard in a specified period of time.
> > Peter
> > =======================================
> > > it works with newer versions of os/400 and newer versions of
> > access.
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> > Before you buy.
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