Got it! Including the shortcut.
The shortcut has:
On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 2:41 PM, Jack Callahan <jjcllhn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
A snippet from multiple sessions help topic:Multiple
To save your entire active session layout, select *File > Save As
Sessions...* from any active emulator session to create a newsaved
multiple sessions file. This action will save all windows, all Tab
Group contents (including order), window sizes, window locations,
and session IDs. A
multiple sessions file may be edited through the Create or ModifyMultiple
Sessions File editor.
Which creates a .BCHX file containing a description of the five
sessions I have configured to run as tabs in the same window. How do
I use that file to automatically start all those sessions from the command line?
Here's the contents of my .BCHX file:
-w=1 -t=3 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
-w=1 -t=2 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
-w=1 -t=1 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
-w=1 -t=4 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
-w=1 -t=0 -p=328,91 -d=1263,898
What I'd really like is for the five sessions to start together when
I click a desktop icon, much like Client Access for Windows did when
a multiple session batch was setup.
Right now, I start those configured 5250 sessions I need for steps:
start IBMi Client Access Solutions by clicking on a desktop icon,
then click on Session Manager link, then Shift Select all the
sessions I want to start, then click the Start Button
The documentation doesn't give an example that explains how to do so-
or if it does, it does so in a manner that isn't sufficiently clear
for me to understand (and I've been working with IBM midrange
documentation since 1980).
No way I can roll this out to end users if the sessions won't start
in one click.
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