On 12/6/2010 9:03 AM, David Gibbs wrote:
David FOXWELL wrote:
EVERY time I drill down into a program to set a sep, I get the
message that I haven't started the server. I have to go back to the
RSE perspective and start it then set my sep again. I fall for it
every time as I am old and stupid. Why can't it just start
automatically when I request a sep and it hasn't already been
started?

Add the command to your systems QSTRTUP program.

Some programmers may not have access to QSTRUP. If one has enough
authority, one can put STRDBGSVR in one's personal initial program; the
one used when one signs on to an interactive session. That's how I do it
anyway...

strdbgsvr
monmsg CPFAC00 /* already active */

--buck

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