Are you running over TCP/IP?  We are running the V4R5 version and don't need
the STRCODE session most of the time.  I believe the previous version also
supported this.  I think you may only need the STRCODE session when
debugging.  This doesn't answer your question but could solve it anyway.

Scott Mildenberger

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bull, Jeff []
> Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2001 7:46 AM
> To: ''
> Subject: Code/400
> To the Midrange-L University of Life 
> Programmers at my site have recently started using Code/400; 
> the programmer
> opens a CA/400 session on the AS/400 and executes the STRCODE 
> command;  the
> session goes input-inhibited (the 'X - System' status 
> displays) and stays
> that way until l they are ready to sign off.
> To me this seems like a cock-eyed way of doing things, but 
> heck - who am I
> to argue with IBM system designers.
> My problem : performance data with response times in excess 
> of 999 seconds;
> I have to report on these statistics, which make it appear 
> that the system
> performance is shot to blazes; in reality the response times 
> of the 'normal
> busy users' are still very good (.4s), though the average 
> with these long
> responses included has gone as high as 14.9s.
> Any suggestions on how I can (a) exclude these STRCODE jobs 
> or transactions
> from the stats ?
>                                          or (b) use some 
> other methodology
> to connect the STRCODE users with a non-interactive session ?
> I have given a little thought to how I could run these sessions in a
> *SHRPOOLn, i.e. not *INTERACT, though I'm not convinced 
> enough to try it.
> Kind regards,
> Jeff Bull.
> Senior Support Consultant
> Certified IBM AS/400 System Administrator
> Midas Kapiti International Ltd
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