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Gary McDowell

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:10 pm    Post subject: SDSF &10 Command
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In SDSF I do &10 to simulate "Enter" every 10-seconds.
My problem is I cannot remember the command to get out of this command and it locks up my terminal. Anybody know the command to exit this command?

I’ve tried ATTN, ESC, CLEAR, shift/ATTN, alt/ATTN, shift/ESC, alt/ESC, shift/CLEAR, and alt/CLEAR. Nothing happens - &10 keep running.

Thanks for any help/insights.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 12:17 am    Post subject:
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It pretty much depends on your terminal emulator. If I remember correctly, in a real 3270 it was the PA1 key. My terminal emulator maps the ESC key as ATTN, which works, but I'm not sure exactly what that does. I don't recall that a real 3270 had an ATTN key. I hope I gave you enough to try things.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 1:06 am    Post subject: Reply to: SDSF &10 Command
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I use Reflection Attachmate:
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³ HELP                          HELP: & Command                Panel 1 of 2   ³
³ COMMAND INPUT ===>                                                          ³
³                                                                             ³
³     Purpose:  Reissues an SDSF command at a specified interval.             ³
³                                                                             ³
³     Where used:  Any SDSF panel.                                            ³
³                                                                             ³
³     Format: (command) &seconds                                              ³
³         command is any SDSF command.  If command is omitted,                ³
³             the current panel is refreshed.  With some commands,            ³
³             do not leave a blank between the command and &.                 ³
³         seconds is the interval in seconds (up to 999).                     ³
³                                                                             ³
³         To cancel &, press the RESET key, then PA1 (BSC terminals);         ³
³         or the Attn keys (SNA terminals).                                   ³
³                                                                             ³
³                                                                             ³
³                                                                             ³
³                                                                             ³
³                                                                             ³
³ F1 = Help             F10 = Previous          Enter = Forward               ³
³ F3 = Exit              F7 = Up                TOC = Menu                    ³
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and my RESET function is mapped to the Left Ctrl key and Attn is mapped to the Pause/Break key by default.
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Gary McDowell

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:03 am    Post subject:
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Thank you Steve and Terry.

It seems if I press ATTN twice, it works. Yea, my mapping for ATTN is ctrl/pause. Geez.

Thanks again!
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 2:46 am    Post subject:
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Gary McDowell wrote:
... It seems if I press ATTN twice, it works. Yea, my mapping for ATTN is ctrl/pause. Geez. ...
I suspect you are accessing the system through a session manager. The behavior you just described is typical of a session manager. I thought about asking if you are using a session manager while I was writing my first post for this topic, but then I realized you may not know what a session manager is, so I decided it wasn't worth the effort.
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Gary McDowell

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 06, 2014 3:41 am    Post subject:
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Yep, the session manager is IBM Host On-Demand.

Hey, thanks for your assistance.

G.
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