Hi Matt, 

Not sure where the information came from, but the MR 67665 for
Client/Server login (IBM changed an API on V5R3 used to log in the user)
does indeed work on lower releases of the operating system as well as on
V5R3. It is built to sense the AS/400 release and issue the appropriate
API call. 

Please always refer to the current Info APAR for BPCS on the IBM website
when upgrading your system. It will tell you all the known issues and
documented solutions. You can normally find this on Google pretty easily
(ie 'BPCS Informational APAR IBM iSeries' will do it)

Here is the V5R3 version:
http://www-912.ibm.com/n_dir/nas4apar.nsf/0/5bec79aa96bcec4e86256eb6003c
7d7f?OpenDocument 

Thanks, 

Genyphyr Novak
Senior System Software Engineer
SSA Global R&D

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message: 4
date: Fri, 02 Dec 2005 19:53:45 +0000
from: Matt.Keever@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: RE: [BPCS-L] Upgrading to V5R3


We're running 6.1.01 as well and upgraded to v5r3.  SSA has a BMR for
the TCP/IP programs for CEA.

I believe this BMR was created for v5r3, I was told the new version
would not work with v5r2.

Thanks

Matt Keever 


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