Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen wrote:

Could you try again, but with an AS400 object with three parameters: system, username and password, as it avoids the login dialogue?

and Gary L. Peskin wrote:

I've recreated this issue with a small test program. The problem is that
when you click the "OK" or "Cancel" button on the pop-up window for signing
on, JT400 just makes the dialog box no longer visible. It doesn't close and
dispose of the dialog box.

That did it, and that explains it. It actually happens with toolkits more recent than the old JTOpen I've got?

Thanks, everybody.


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