At a former employer, we had the same issue. I submitted a request to have it included in the IPL so that it was running when the system came up after a weekend reboot, and had no problems afterwards. Would this be an option in your case?

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From: wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:wdsci-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Vern Hamberg
Sent: Monday, December 06, 2010 8:47 AM
To: Rational Developer for IBM i / Websphere Development Studio Client for System i & iSeries

Hi David

As long as you have not IPL'd, the server should stay running - unless
someone else has ended it. There's no reason to end it, that I can see.

I do wonder why RDP can't do the start itself, instead of making me go
find one of the subsystems of that connection. At least put a Yes/No set
of buttons on the message box.

I think I'll put in a requirement for that by one of the means I have.

You could try signing on to, find the member benefits,
and add a requirement there, as well. It's free, all you need is a user
and password there.

There is also COMMON Europe.


On 12/6/2010 7:55 AM, 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?

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