I used to have that problem about once a month. It seemed as if Client
Access just stopped receiving keyboard messages from Windows. However, I
never associated with any particular event, such as break messages or
message line output.

If I recall correctly, when it happened it effected all my Client Access
sessions and I had to reboot Windows (i.e restart all CA/400 from scratch)
to get it back. It was a major pain when it happened, but it was infrequent
enough that I never did anything about it. This happened through many
versions of CA/400 and various service packs. That was on a P3 800MHz
running Win2K, approx SP2, SP3.

Now I am on a P3 1GHz laptop running Win2K SP4, CA V5R2 SI09809. I really
haven't had that problem for a long time, definitely since before SI09809,
probably since before V5R2, and possibly never on this PC.

When I recently attended an iSeries Access session in Rochester, several
attendees jumped the presenter about the same problem. The IBMer was not
familiar with the problem and recommended people place a support call.
Problem is, for me anyway, it would have been impossible to recreate at
will, even back when I was having the problem.


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