• Subject: Re: Release License API Ethics
  • From: HwaRangRon@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 11 Nov 1999 21:04:14 EST

In a message dated 11/11/99 4:24:35 PM Pacific Standard Time, 
dbale@genfast.com writes:

<< The real kicker is that a single user on a single display session can 
count as
 more than one user when they use SysReq-1 to sign on to an "alternate" job.  
I
 haven't quite figured that out.  Thank God we don't do group jobs here!  We 
have
 to bang on users who have two JBA sessions up every once in a while, so other
 users who are locked out can log in. >>

We're using SEAGUL for our GUI and we do use group jobs. I'm pretty sure it's 
one terminal = one user. Group jobs gets users onto different companies, but 
only one user is signed on so only one concurrent user. I'd be pretty mad if 
it was any other way.

Ron
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