• Subject: RE: Automating Router Signon for Windows NT
  • From: Bob Crothers <bcrothers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Dec 1997 17:30:41 -0000

Actually, it depends on why you are starting the router.  If it 
is for ODBC, then it is easy.  Just include 
UID=PROFILE;PWD=PASSWORD in the connection string.  And if you 
also specify noOdbcDialog as shown below (using MFC), you will 
never get that dialog box asking for a signon.

CDatabase::OpenEx(ConnectString, CDatabase::useCursorLib | 
CDatabase::noOdbcDialog);

This works great if the NT box is actually signed on.  I do not 
know how to do it if you are running as a service or using other 
functions of the router.

But then, I could have totally missed the point of your question 
also!  If so, sorry.

Regards,
Bob Crothers
Cornerstone Communications




-----Original Message-----
From:   Art Tostaine [SMTP:atostain@crecomp.com]
Sent:   Friday, December 12, 1997 11:59 AM
To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
Subject:        Re: Automating Router Signon for Windows NT

Rich Garcia wrote:

> In the past their was a discussion that stated that their is a 
way to
> automate the CA/400 router signon in windows 95. Can anyone 
tell me if
> this
> can be done using Windows NT 4.0.
>
> Any responses would be appreciated.
>
> Rich Garcia
> AS400 System Programmer
> United Parcel Service

That's called password caching, and its not supported under 
windows nt.
I found that info in the Client access help file.

Art Tostaine
CCA, Inc.

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