James Rich wrote:

The problem isn't x5250 itself, but rather the enhanced 5250 protocol
support.  What is going on here is that the iSeries is sending some op
code to lib5250 and lib5250 doesn't know what to do with it

That makes sense. I remember other similar errors that you fixed some time ago.

You can solve this problem by removing the enhanced keyword from the session in your .tn5250rc file.

I could, but I like the windows better now ;)

I have some fixes in my tn5250 source tree that already fix this problem

What the hey, I'll try it. If I don't break anything, I must not be doing enough! If you have it on a site somewhere, I'll just download. Otherwise, feel free to email me a .tgz to play with.

Thanks!
Sean

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