AS/400 Batch emulation session

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AS/400 Emulator
AS/400 jobs
Batch Emulation
BOSaNOVA
how to make a Batch AS 400 BOSANOVA emulation session


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AS 400 BOSANOVA emulation
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  • TomLiotta
    "Batch" and "BOSANOVA emulation session" are generally mutually exclusive. Can you explain what you need to do a little more? A BOSANOVA emulation session would usually be a process that runs on a PC. It doesn't make sense to run in 'batch', unless maybe you mean it would run in a background process on your PC. But if you mean it should run in batch on your AS/400, it's not clear what you expect to happen. Tom
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  • pdraebel
    Client Access allows you to create a .BAT file to run multiple emulation commands one after the Other. So you can run PCSWS.EXE with input parameter different session profiles so just starting the PC BATCH file will open multiple sessions. The same holds true for running several file transfers. I do not know if Bossanova has the same capabilities but it probably does. So you will have to do a little digging around in the Package.
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  • YuVa47
    If you want to do what Pdraebel mentioning but in BOSaNOVA, you should create several sessions. To do that: - close the session(s) you already have and select the Configurator icon in order to create more sessions. Give a descriptive name for each new session. When this is done, you can create Macro(s) for each session for different log on. I hope it will help YuVa
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  • Bigmac46
    I seem to be missing something here. If this is in reference to the BOSaNOVA twinax controller why would you want a batch job for a device that provides interactive connections to every thing connected to it,
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  • TomLiotta
    ...why would you want a batch job... Definitely agreed. There is something that isn't making sense, so I don't see a way to give an answer that makes sense. Perhaps if we knew what the business problem was, we could provide alternative suggestions. A description of what needs to happen would be useful. Tom
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