I believe when Al said...
Option 22 of OS/400 is called ObjectConnect.

He was not referring to a Menu option.  He was referring to the now
"free-with-OS400" Licensed Program Product Option 22.

Licensed  Product                                          
Program   Option   Description                             
5769SS1   22       OS/400 - ObjectConnect

The installed licensed programs may be displayed via the DSPSFWRSC (Display
Software Resources) command.

Or, by the following...
*       GO  LICPGM
*       select option 10, Display installed licensed programs

Jerry Jewel

Better living through fine code and hot coffee!

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jim Langston []
> Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2000 5:03 PM
> To:
> Subject:      Re: sharing devices
> OS/400 IS the operating system.  It stands for Operating System
> 400.  Just like MS-DOS is DOS, and Windows 95 is Windows.
> Regards,
> Jim Langston
> Peter Dow wrote:
> > Assumptions, Al, assumptions. I do not own an AS/400. I share TS400, and
> I
> > have some access to my customers', but they don't want mere programmers
> > messing with the actual hardware...
> >
> > I'm still curious though. What menu is OS/400? Something during IPL? How
> do
> > I get to it from GO MAIN?
> >
> > Peter
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