• Subject: Re: changing signon display
  • From: Pete Hall <pbhall@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2001 21:33:26 -0600

At 10:11 01/17/2001, Benjamin Budai wrote:
>I have changed the sigon display for QINTER in the subsystem description,
>but I get the old signon. The new DSPF has the same name as the old one,
>but is in a different library. DSPSBSD reports the new display file.
>Stopping and restarting QINTER doesn't help. I've renamed the old signon
>DSPF, but seems that OS/400 keeps a pointer reference to the object,
>because QINTER still starts with the old screen.
>How can I fix this without a IPL? (Anyway, is this normal behaviour or not?)

Could there be more than one QINTER SBSD on your system? At one time there 
were duplicate subsystem descriptions in QSYS and QGPL. Possibly duplicate 
display files too. Easy enough to check...

Pete Hall

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