On Mon, 21 Jan 2002, Egan, Matt B. (Artco) wrote:
>
> For the env.DEVNAME=xxx
>
> I would like that to be dynamic so that in my call center where I have
> several people using a single win9x machine I can identify there session
> names as there novell login name plus a number

Neat idea.   Could you do this by creating a seperate profile for each
user?  something like:

matt {
   env.DEVNAME=matt01
   host = example
}
bob {
   env.DEVNAME=bob01
   host = whatever
}
mary {
   env.DEVNAME=mary01
   host = as400
}

Or wouldn't that work?   How does Windows know what user you're signed
in under?

>
> So env.DEVNAME=$loginname$01
>
> Can this work is it as simple as putting something like that in or is it
> more indepth?

Making TN5250 change the terminal name by inserting a User-ID would be
somewhat more indepth, but I'd be willing to give it a try.  I just
don't know how to determine who is currently signed on :)




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