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#1 Marco.Bega

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Posted 27 October 2005 - 08:35 AM

Hi,
My customer had migration from PRO-IV 4.6 to PRO-IV 5.5 ON AIX in CHAR MODE.
They have in the entry function a DISABLE(&#@INTERRUPT) but there is an error, the system exit pro-iv.
I tried this the following statment

Application.DisableInterrupt = TRUE
but the error is the same.

Thank Marco

#2 George Macken

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Posted 27 October 2005 - 09:29 AM

Hi

I dont fully understand the problem you are reporting here

When we migrated from 4.6 to 5.5 we had a problem which required that we add Category USER to all of the operators.

see posting
http://www.proivrc.c...&f=2&t=2575&hl=

hope this helps

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George

#3 Marco.Bega

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Posted 27 October 2005 - 10:07 AM

This is the problem :

When the user press "ctrl-c" pro-iv session terminate and exit to login.

I verified all chars in $CRT "DECVT220", i insert all security function and security files but the error persistent.

Marco

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Posted 02 November 2005 - 09:05 AM

Hi,
AIX Version 5
Pro-iv vers. 5
Kernel Version 5.1Revision :Aug 16, 05
In char mode with a GLINK, with PROTERM=DECVT220.

Example:
In the logic in in logon function there are two different users :

Developer Users
Ctrl-c ---> Enable ENABLE(&#@INTERRUPT)
When the user press "ctrl-c" the system goes to function "?" and after you can execute another function

Runtime Users
Ctrl-c ---> Disable DISABLE(&#@INTERRUPT)
when then user press "ctrl-c" the system exit to connection (terminate the telnet session)


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Marco

#5 George Macken

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Posted 02 November 2005 - 12:10 PM

Hi

One of our customers has a similar environment and also has the ctrl-c disabled from use by the users.
It will be later this week before I can verify how they've achieved disable of the interrupt.

I suspect it has been acheived via the unix script that activates the pro-iv session. That there is a script fo use by users and a 2nd script for use by developers/administrators.

Have you also searched the forum for earlier posts on this subject? I've seen similar posts in the past.

Rgds

George

#6 Marco.Bega

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Posted 02 November 2005 - 12:45 PM

Hi,
there are same problem in the past , but they are different.

I tested with a MFC client and the system it's ok, pro-iv return "Interrupt Ignored".
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Posted 03 November 2005 - 04:52 PM

IN $CRT SET THE INTRUPT(PAGE2) TO FF (FF STOPS ^C)
YOU WILL PROBALY HAVE TO SET TO 03

IF YOUI NEED USERS TO HAVE ^C ENABLED SET THEIR LOGIN SCRIPT TO A DIFFERENT PROTERM IN THEIR LOGON SCRIPT

#8 Marco.Bega

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Posted 05 November 2005 - 03:29 PM

I tried to sostituite 03 with FF but i have the same error.

But i found the follwing error (i think that the same ctrl-c errore) ,
When i try a connect a oracle table and oracle is down, the system return me 3 beep and exit to telent session.
I verified for the function and file category, but there are all.

Marco

#9 George Macken

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Posted 07 November 2005 - 11:58 AM

Hi

Can your operators run/execute the functions @RFUNCT & @SFUNCT without problems.
@RFUNCT executes when problems occur with ORACLE tables etc., I
f your operator ID cannot access/execute @RFUNCT function due to security/categories etc., then I believe @SFUNCT is executed, @SFUNCT is generally set Exit & Error Link to log users OFF when security problems occur?

Rgds

George

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Posted 07 November 2005 - 03:43 PM

Hi,
yes i have the security for the @RFUNCT and @SFUNCT

#11 George Macken

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Posted 07 November 2005 - 05:06 PM

Hi Marco

see some of these earlier postings, are they of help

http://www.proivrc.c...efault function

http://www.proivrc.c...efault function

search for ctrl
http://www.proivrc.c...=2&t=98&hl=ctrl

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