• Subject: Re: Client Accesss Session/Job Name
  • From: neilp@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 24 Nov 2000 21:29:57 -0500


Leo,

What version of OS/400 are you running, and what PTF cum package level ?  (There are PTF's required for some releases to support device naming via TCP/IP).
Also, What version of Client Access are you running, and what Service Pack level ?

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Leo Lefebvre <leo@tug.on.ca>
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Hi everybody,

Up to now, getting a virtual device name QPADEVxxxx was not a problem.
Now, I would like to assign specific session name to specific
workstation.

I've tried to change the 'Workstation ID' parameter on the 'Configure
PC5250' panel of CA but with no success. I still get a QPADEVxxxx
session name when I connect to the AS400 using TCP/IP.

When I connect through NS Router, I get the workstationname I assigned
in the configuration steps.

What am I missing? Is it that connecting through TCP/IP, I am at the
mercy of the AS/400?

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