Posted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 12:48 am Post subject: &nnn should be used w/caution as some environments...
&nnn at a SDSF prompt should be used w/caution as some environments
will not allow you to sim/attn back out of SDSF to go do what you need to do. You will effectively "freeze your session" whereby your only out is by calling your HelpDesk for an administrator to force a session-end. If you use Xtra as your session emulator you might be able to do a Session->Disconnect followed by a Session->Connect to wrest control back into your hands.
Bottom line is that I've locked my sessions a few times over the years by using this. Sometimes it works in your favor & sometimes it'll bite you. _________________ "Charter member of Vast-Right-Wing-Conspiracy"
you can use ref command in command line this will help you to solve your problem
as mentioned before, your answer is incorrect.
read a few posts earlier
since you obviously did not before
there is a good explanation of REF
and it has nothing to do with session timeout. _________________ Dick Brenholtz
JCL, SQL and code in programs have an irritating habit of doing what you say,
not what you meant.
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