CPF5140 - same one we get for other types of device errors

CPF5140    Diagnostic              70   03/11/04  10:23:52.123528
QWSERROR     QSYS        05EB     QWSMEEH     QSYS     
                                     Message . . . . :   Session stopped
by a request from device W01PC0039C.             
                                     Cause . . . . . :   The request
shutdown was caused by either the user turning       
                                       the power off, by a device error,
or the ASCII controller inactivity timer         
                                       expired. Recovery  . . . :
Close the files and vary the device off (VRYCFG       
                                       command). If the problem occurs
again, enter the ANZPRB command to run             
                                       problem analysis.

CPF5503    Diagnostic              30   03/11/04  10:23:52.124232
QWSERROR     QSYS        060D     QWSMEEH     QSYS     
                                     Message . . . . :   Input or Output
request failed.  See message CPF5140.            
                                     Recovery  . . . :   See the message
CPF5140. Correct the errors and then try         
                                       the request again.

message: 1
date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 09:35:15 -0500
from: "Adam Lang" <aalang@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: Client Access windows and 'X' button problem

I find it odd that it is generating any type of error.  What type of
errors are you getting?
----- Original Message -----
> We have had problems with users using the 'X' buttom in the upper
> corner of the windows screen to close the AS400 sessions.  This causes
> problems.  Not only error message, joblogs, etc; but I can't find the
> real problems with devices because they are buried in tons of other
> data.   It has only gotten worse over time.
> Does anyone have a way to stop the use of the 'X' except at the signon
> display.  I really think IBM should be handling this since it is a
> client access session.

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