• Subject: Re: MRT on RPG II, S/36 Programs
  • From: "Rick Baird" <rbbaird@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Oct 1997 00:02:47 -0500
  • Organization: Premium Systems, Inc.

Marc Zylka wrote:
> 
> Can someone refresh my memory on the MRT value for RPG II
> programs.  Was this a value on the H spec?  Running on an AS/400,
> what impact does it have?  As I remember, MRT stood for Multiple
> Requestor Terminal(s) and defined how many terminals can be running the
> program.  Is this correct?
> 
> What would the maximum value be?  How can it be changed if it has any effect
> on the AS/400?

Everything you said was correct.  You could also "override" the mrtmax
with an ocl statement (don't ask me the syntax).

The as/400, (I don't know, but I think, it should if it doesn't,)
ignores it (no need to make it multi-requester, this was an s/36 problem
- used to save processer time/space i believe)

for the short term - set it to "1" and forget about it.
 
for the long term - RUN LITTLE JOHNNY, RUN LIKE THE WIND, WHILE YOU
STILL CAN!!!
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