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Sam, I posted a similar problem a month ago after screwing around for a
non-billable week trying to figure out my problem (can't use a named
server).  I still have my library list even though I can't name a server
(regardless of what I enter, it shows up as an "OS400x").

I don't think IBM has addressed this problem; it has to be corruption in
some registry-type entries somewhere.  I'm in "OS400A" and OS400B" server
purgatory myself...


-----Original Message-----
From: wdsci-l-admin@midrange.com [mailto:wdsci-l-admin@midrange.com]On
Behalf Of SamL
Sent: Friday, November 08, 2002 8:56 PM
To: wdsci-l@midrange.com
Subject: [WDSCI-L] Lost Server Definition

I'm using WDSC 4.0, SP2 applied.  I set up a server named SAML and
added a bunch of libraries to the library list.  Used it for a
couple of days.

This morning I started the Code Editor and clicked on a member from
the recently used files list in the File/Open dialog.  It said
server SAML couldn't be found.

I right clicked on the communications daemon and properties, and
sure enough there was no definition for SAML.

I added it back, and my library list magically reappeared. Things
began working as expected.

But why did my server vanish?

I remember yesterday I brought up the daemon properties for
something.  Seems like a couple of times it took an awfully long
time to dismiss.  If fact, task manager told me it was consuming
90+% of the CPU.  Does it get lost or confused some times?  I'm
running a 1.8 ghz P4 with 256mb and XP.

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