• Subject: Re: MRT on RPG II, S/36 Programs
  • From: Russ Khoury <russk@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Oct 1997 06:24:04 -0500

At 07:53 PM 10/28/97 -0500, you 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?
>Thanks in advance,
>Marc Zylka (mzylka@netpath.net)


As I recall, you specify the number of "users" in two places: an F-spec
continuation line below the WORKSTN spec with something similar to KNUM  12
And you specify the same number in the RPGC procedure when compiling the
program in the MRTMAX parameter. 
There are other considerations for doing MRT's properly, but this is it for
specifying number of users. 
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