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From: rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:rpg400-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Joe D
Sent: 14 August 2008 16:06
To: RPG programming on the AS400 / iSeries
Subject: V6R1 & Telnet Exit Points

Hi All,

We upgraded to V6R1 last weekend, and have only hit a few small snags
(mostly with the new-found pickiness of the SQL processor)...

One issue that we have yet to figure out involves our Telnet Exit
program we use to automatically login RF Scanners in the warehouse. It
is based on an ILE program put out by Scott Klement a couple of years
back and has worked flawlessly for a long, long time.

After our upgrade to V6R1 we noticed that we could no longer use
Kerberos Authentication or Bypass Signon in our emulators. After some
lengthy conversations with IBM, we were told that the problem was being
caused by the Telnet Exit program. Once we removed that Exit, Kerberos
and Bypass Signon returned. Of course, now the RF scanners cannot
auto-login as they always have. I was not the one on the phone with
IBM, so I do not know if this is a bug, a change in the security model,
or ??

Has anyone else seen this problem after upgrading?

Also, I have not had any luck debugging the Exit program. I have tried
setting SEPs and a few other tricks to identify and trap the job, but no
luck so far. Any ideas on debugging?

Thanks for any input or ideas,
JD
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