Howard,

I am running CA and Win98 on a V4R2 machine with no problems at all.  We
are up on the latest fix package, and a search of the PTF's did not reveal
any that are not on the package.  Are the host servers running
successfully, or are they crashing?  Usually I will need to restart them
after an IPL or such when we cannot connect.  We use dial up to a Shiva
modem, direct LAN attach, and the Internet through a firewall to access the
machine.  Did the mode descriptions get changed on the move to Win98?  How
about the user profiles?

Jim Oberholtzer
Computech Resources
414/785-8111






Howard Weatherly <hweatherly@dlis.dla.mil> on 07/15/99 01:04:19 PM

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Hi folks,
We have a situation where one of our clients was running CA under Win95
just fine but her machine was retired and a new one with WIN98 was
installed. Now we can verify the connection and in fact connect to the
AS400  but as soon as we try to configure a session, we get a (lightning
bolt) 697 {or some such number}.
Additionally, the version of CA on the 400 is for WIN95 or NT.
My questions:
Is there anyone running CA under WIN98 with V4R2M0 on the 400?
Did you need to load any specific PTF's?
Any not so obvious gotchas involved?
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