• Subject: RE: Seperate Subsystems for MIS users
  • From: Neil Palmer <npalmer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Jul 1998 12:45:05 -0500

AAAArrrgghhhh !   Never, EVER install a release/new machine and turn it
over to the users WITHOUT install =ing a PTF cum package (preferably the
latest one).  You're just asking for trouble.
Also check the informational APAR for your release (SNDPTFORD SF98vrm
where vrm=410 for example) and look for HIPER PTF's you possibly want to
install.



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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Welsh [SMTP:jimwelsh@ix.netcom.com]
> Sent: Monday, July 06, 1998 9:33 PM
> To:   MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      Re: Seperate Subsystems for MIS users
> 
> Roger
> 
> PComm is the only part of Client Access we would need on Winframe.
> Installing and
> configuring
> was done by an MSCE and Winframe expert. I believe he tried installing
> just the
> PComm although I am not 100% sure of this. We were planning to
> purchase 5
> licenses for TNHOST tomorrow as that app is working fine for us. I'll
> have to get
> more info on exactly what was the problem with
> Client Access.
> 
> We went live today with the new 400 model 600 v4r2. The system was
> working fine
> over the weekend but when we started up Qinter this morning to let the
> users on
> the system immediately froze up...
> 
> I've been concerned we might have some problems because we hadn't
> loaded the
> latest cume
> or any PTF's. ( Not my decision there )...
> 
> I've been encouraging the MIS manager to get on the Net and get on
> this list but
> she hasn't done
> it yet. I've been forwading her stuff about the TCP/IP problems with
> printing/device naming..ptf's...etc...
> 
> Anyway we got the ECS line going and grabbed just what we needed for
> the Qinter
> freezeup
> problem...no work got done today on the new 400.
> 
> I can make suggestions but I can't make the decisions so, oh
> well...hopefully she
> will get on the list soon and get with the program.
> 
> In the meantime...Yes We Are Having Fun Yet... ;>
> 
> Roger Pence wrote:
> 
> > >Originally we were told Client Access would work with the Winframe
> but it
> > >doesn't.
> >
> > Jim--
> >
> > What parts of CA/400 are you trying to use across WinFrame? IBM says
> the
> > PCom emulator _does_ work with WinFrame (but that, and the fact that
> ODBC
> > now runs as an NT service, on the only components of CA/400 that are
> > supposed to).
> >
> > rp
> 
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