• Subject: Message Waiting Indicator
  • From: Scott Klement <klemscot@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 May 2000 10:55:07 -0500 (CDT)

Maybe tn5250 has always done this, and I just didn't notice, but...

The message waiting indicator doesn't seem to get turned on until 
after you press a key.  (It appears that any key will do, not just an
AID generating key)

For example, if I type:

xt5250 env.DEVNAME=SESS1 as400.klements.com &
xt5250 env.DEVNAME=SESS2 as400.klements.com &

Then sign on to a command line on SESS1 and do something like

sndmsg msg('test') tomsgq(sess2)

The message waiting indicator does not get turned on...

If I switch to sess2 and hit (for example) the "A" key on my keyboard
(it doesnt matter which key you hit) the "MW" indicator goes on.

Any ideas?

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