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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of SJL
Sent: Thursday, March 27, 2008 3:00 PM
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Subject: Re: Question on DEVICE File definitions

Steve -

In addition to the device file used by the program, LU 6.2 also requires
a line, controller, and device description on the AS/400 side.

When connected, they should all appear with a status of ACTIVE.

Check the status of the line, controller, and device - you may find one
or the other in a 'failed' state.

If so, vary the line and/or controller off and back and on to
re-establish the LU 6.2 connection from the AS/400 side.

<snip>

I'm assuming we have those because until the recovery test (accomplished
by canceling the application running on z/OS) everything was working
fine.

What I have been asking is, could they have defined the connection on
the AS/400 side as if they were talking to a workstation as opposed to
another "HOST"? I ask because after more than 10 minutes, things seem to
recover from a SNA viewpoint.

Regards,
Steve Thompson

-- All opinions expressed by me are my own and may not necessarily
reflect those of my employer. --

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