All who replied, thanks, but that part I already knew :) I guess I should have phrased my question better. >From what I've been able to gather, on a 0 CPW machine even the act of logging in and using menus would trigger the CFINT governor. So it appears that even telnet would not work. I looked at the Java based 5250 emulator from Mochasoft that runs as an applet in a browser, but it appears to still be talking to the iSeries telnet server. I'm guessing that IBM's telnet server, although a batch job itself, only talks to some interactive component, maybe the QT3REQIO component of QWSGET that I see in the program call stack. So does this mean that I'm pretty much stuck with using a browser or some thick client c/s approach? > A zero interactive machine will allow one device (console or > workstation) to function without limitation. >
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