Yes that is correct they are named devices. Unfortunately we cannot use IBM
Client Access because we are doing this from Apple devices. When the users
connect back, yes they get into the same named session, but they don't get
to the same job. Every time they connect back, iSeries puts them in a
different job. I want them to connect back to the same job, how do I do
that?

Best
Puga

On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 2:57 PM, <rob@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Are their telnet sessions named devices? For example my telnet session is
ROBS1. Not just any entry from the QPADEV* list.

I'm signed on.
I do a bunch of stuff and make my joblog busy.

...
Cover letter order complete.
PTF order complete. The PTF order ID number is H31375814
Object QESE233914 in QGPL type *DTAQ deleted.
> wrkprb
...

To test I do this:
DSCJOB

Then I 'disconnect' that session from IBM i Access Client Solutions.
I reconnect it
Sign back on
Job connected again. Sign on information ignored.
dspjoblog
and I'm right in the same job.





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From: Puga Sankara <puga2006@xxxxxxxxx>
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: 12/14/2015 02:45 PM
Subject: Question - Connecting back to disconnected sessions -
iSeries
Sent by: "MIDRANGE-L" <midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx>



Hello,
Is there anyway you guys can help with this question?

Is there any way I can connect back to a session that is disconnected from
the client, however it is still running in the Server.
I am doing a Telnet connect from the client.

Basically this user is logged on to a session through Telnet and due to
weak wifi signal gets disconnected.
Now the client is disconnected, however the job is still running in the
server.
Is there a way the user can log back to the same session and job that he
was on and continue from where he left off?

Many thanks for the help.

Best Regards
Puga
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