AS/400 Inactive Screen Display

50 pts.
Tags:
AS/400
AS/400 administration
AS/400 sessions
How can we handle to execute some process, if a user on a particluar screen goes inactive for a specific amount of time. For e.g. a user is on Order entry screen and goes for a break due to which the entry screen is inactive, if it remains inactive for say 30 mins then my requirement is to log-off the user or end his interactive session.

Software/Hardware used:
AS/400, RPG

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  • HMSSL2K
    Like CharlieBrown said, this question has been asked and answer many times on this site.
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  • TomLiotta
    This question was just asked and answered last week,... Although that's true, the question that was asked in that other thread didn't describe the problem that needed to be solved. The original question covered a fairly generic topic, like this one does. The solution that was accepted turned out to be needed very specifically for just two programs in the JDE World product and "the few user’s that use them". (And it's not yet clear if it worked.) So, in this question -- the "Order entry screen" is given simply as an example. Is that example intended to represent any screen at any time? Or is there only a limited specific set of screens that should time out? Should all users time out, even a system operator? Should certain users or certain display stations be allowed to be inactive for extended periods? In any case, I agree that inactivity timeouts should be searched and suggested solutions should be tried before opening a new question. Tom
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