• Subject: Re: FSIOP without LanServer
  • From: Jeff Crosby <jlcrosby@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 12 Jul 1999 16:36:38 -0500
  • Organization: Dilgard Frozen Foods

Douglas Handy wrote:
> Just to elaborate of Roger's comments, Integration Services is a
> no-charge option but is installed separately.  On my RISC machine, it
> was not available for V3R6 but was starting with V3R7.  According to
> my setup book, it should be available for V3R2 as program 5716-SA2.
> I run it here on my FSIOP without any problems.  It was simple to
> setup following the instructions in SC41-3123, "Integration Services
> for File Server I/O Processor".

I'll have to check the install media.  The "Install License Program"
option from the LICPGM menu shows 5763-SA2 Integration Services for
FSIOP, so I'm hopeful . . .

I'm going to look at the manual you cite.  It would be nice if I could

1) Load license program 5763-SA2.
2) Vary off the existing network server description that is type
3) Create a new network server description of type *BASE.
4) Vary on this new *BASE network server description.
5) Delete the old *LANSERVER network server description.
6) Remove license program 5763-XZ1 (Lanserver/400).

Think it could be that easy?

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