• Subject: Re: Changing subsytem sign-on
  • From: Neil Palmer <NPalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 21 Oct 1997 18:57:41 -0400
  • Organization: NxTrend Technology - Canada

Gary Feinstein wrote:
> 
> Does anyone know how to change the system (V3R7) so when a user signs
> on
> they go to QCTL subsystem instead of QINTER?  The user is not at the
> system console.  I am running TCP/IP as the comm protocol.  Can this
> be
> done?

You could do an ADDWSE of the device name to subsystem QCTL shich would
always bring them up in QCTL, however as you're using TCP/IP that's not
very practical as you don't know what QPADEVnnnn number they will be,
and probably don't want to add a generic QPADEV* entry as that will
catch all remote TCP/IP or STRPASTHR users.
So - as you want a specific user, change their signon program to do a
TFRJOB QCTL.
                                                      


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