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Re: Data files with nondisplayable characters Update



fixed

Hi Paul,

I understand why you felt there was no cure.

After changing the display size to 27x132 the signon doesn't automatically come back.
After wrkcfgsts *ctl I see:
CTL01 Active
DSP01 Failed

After varying DSP01 off and then back on. The session does come back with a signon.
The top line on the window says 24x80. After signing on and going into seu and editing a
member the top line changes to 27x132.

Maybe that will fix it for you also.

Gary

On 23 Mar 2014 at 13:07, PaulMmn (PaulMmn <midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>) commented
about Re: Data files with nondisplayable :

STRPDM (SEU) from the console was a problem we had as well.
Annoying, but there was no cure-- the console -insisted- on being 80
characters wide!

I don't know if there's an option we could have taken when we defined
the console or not.

--Paul E Musselman
PaulMmn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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At 9:39 AM -0700 3/23/14, CRPence wrote:
On 22-Mar-2014 23:51 -0700, Gary Kuznitz wrote:
I just found out this only happens from the console.

Whooo. What a scare. I tried editing members from a regular telnet
Client Access Express for Windows and it works fine.

I don't understand why I would see this problem from the console
though.

Do the emulated sessions support 27x132 and the console does not, or
vice versa? Is the user profile SEU options set to activate 27x132 if
supported by the device?
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Regards, Chuck
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