• Subject: RE: Is anyone using the user value utility
  • From: "York, Albert" <albert.york@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 9 Jan 2001 08:30:25 -0800

Here is a sample screen from one of our systems:

----------------------------------------------------------------------------
----------------------------------------------------------------------------
-------------

1/09/01               Work with user values         08:20:23            
 

  2=Change  4=Delete  5=Display    Position to:

 

  Opt  Name       Description                                         Size

       BCHRTRLOG  Batch router logging control                         05

       DLSTADJ    Daylight savings time adjustment control             01

       EMAILSYSID Email address id (used in SNDDST command)            08

       EMAILSYSNM Email server system name                             08

       HOC        PDC application on call list                         64

       HOSTCTLNAM Name of host controller                              10

       HOSTDIALNO Telephone number for host dialup connection          30

       HOSTEXCHID Host Exchange ID                                     08

       KOC        VPC application on call list                         64

       RGNOUTQ    Region output queue                                  10

       RTVSTATOPT Options for RTVSTATCL program                        10

              SVCEMAIL   Service reminder email option
08       
       SYSMONDLY  SYSMON delay time in seconds                         03

       TSOC       Tech Support On Call list                            64

 

 

 F3=Exit  F5=Refresh  F6=Add  F12=Previous


The source can be downloaded from the Telnet/400 home page
(www.telnet400.com) <http://www.telnet400.com)> . It is a zip file which you
upload to the AS/400 as a save file, which contains a source file.


Albert York     





        -----Original Message-----
        From:   James W. Kilgore [SMTP:eMail@James-W-Kilgore.com]
        Sent:   Monday, January 08, 2001 4:54 PM
        To:     MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
        Subject:        Re: Is anyone using the user value utility

        Albert,

        I hadn't read about it either.  What do you mean by a "like a system
        value"?

        I take it you are not talking about user level substitutes for
-real-
        system values, but some form of application definable keyword /
value
        pair indexed by user id?

        Is there a link to an online copy?

        TIA

        "York, Albert" wrote:
        > 
        > It's designed to work just like system values, except you create
them. There
        > are commands and APIs to work with, add, retrieve, change,
display, and
        > delete user values.  It also tracks when and who last updated a
user value.
        >
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