I think the ability to set default timeout durations was added at R7 with the introduction of Net-Link and the complete System-Link.

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Brenda,


I may be wrong, but I don't believe that is an option under Application Settings in R6. If you look under the MAPICS tab and Application Settings, I didn't see that.


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Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2012 4:10 PM
Subject: Re: [MAPICS-L] QUSRWRK/QZDASOINIT jobs

Hey Peter,

You can also go into the Environment tab, open the Application Settings object and then open Cross Application Support and set the 'Log off idle sessions' time to end Powerlink, Net-Link and System-Link sessions that have had no activity.


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Good morning / afternoon list!

I want to end active MAPICS browser sessions but I cannot end the subsystem QUSRWRK because there are other important jobs running in the same subsystem.

Is there anything easier that doing a WRKACTJOB to disk and have a program to ENDJOB each particular job, or something like that?

Please advise,

TIA,

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