• Subject: Re: Virtual devices (WAS:Re:lp5250d problem?)
  • From: Elias Mandouvalos <ocean@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Aug 2000 16:58:44 +0300

Great job ! - I can use some of that. Thanks !

Original message from: Jeffrey Stevens
>Exit programs have the ability to deny specific devices (you can let the exits
>"pick" the device for the user).  In fact, you can pick devices based on the
>client IP address or based on any of the TN5250E negotiations.  Sample programs
>which I developed are available free at the Tech Studion link:  
>       http://www.as400.ibm.com/tstudio/tech_ref/tcp/telex/telexdwn.htm
>These comes with a number of *CMD, *PNLGRP and *PGM source that can be used to
>create and manage subsystems, routing, logging, etc.

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