1. Log on.
2. Kick off the same process but!
a. EXECUTE the process as a phantom
using the CAPTURING option.
b. Write the output variable from the
CAPTURE as a Audit/Log file.
P.S. Add Date/Time as att<1> to the Capture Data
record and then check this file and you can then
use "1" Pick License with the proper schedule.
> I have a process (actually several) that automatically log into pick, via
> tcp/ip and by loggin in to a specific port # automatically log into a specig
> pick process (a proc stat starts)
> problem that each of these takes up a Pick License and I have 10 of these.
> Pick Phantom process do NOT use up a license - any suggestions to how to log
> these in as a phantom rather than a standard login
> Thanks in Advance
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