• Subject: Re: Automatically varying on all QPADEVxxxx devices
  • From: mcrump@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 10:08:48 -0500


Another option, while not the slickest, could be to use the WRKCFGSTS command to
generate a report for all varied off devices.

In essence:


2.) Process the report to a database file (TAATOOLS has a command to do this for
you automatically, although it is easy to do yourself)

3.) Process the database file

Not event driven but it could work.


"Allen, Stuart" <sallen@fellowes.com> on 10/12/99 05:32:39 AM

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Subject:  Automatically varying on all QPADEVxxxx devices

Due to users accidentally closing their client access sessions, some
QPADEVxxxx devices end up varied off.
Is there an easy way to vary these devices all back on automatically ?  Or
prevent them being varied off in the first place!
All i can think of at the moment is doing a dspobjd to an outfile, using a
CL to read it, and then varying these devices.



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