Session Stuck but doesn't have host IP



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Session Stuck but doesn't have host IP

Postby IBMPKPIA » Wed Dec 09, 2009 4:48 pm

Hi All

I am facing a problem with my Z/vse that i have stuck up session which doesnot have the any host IP address, due to which I am unable to release my stuckup session.

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Re: Session Stuck but doesn't have host IP

Postby dick scherrer » Thu Dec 10, 2009 12:53 am

Hello,

If there is no ip address, there is no connection. If there is no connection, there is no session.

Where is this "stuck up" session located?

Maybe there is something i misunderstand. . .
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Re: Session Stuck but doesn't have host IP

Postby IBMPKPIA » Thu Dec 10, 2009 5:59 pm

My session stucks after I did a test on a Options in Operation -> Enter News. I entred my required "News Flash" and submit and log-off and shutdown my terminal. When I came next day and wants to change the "News Flash", I used the same options
Operations -> Enter News. But I enter the Operation and try to use the option "Enter News", It gives me the alert message News has been changed by the "ABCDEF" Terminal and doesn't allow me to enter the "Enter News".
When I checked the current users/sessions their is no session id like "ABDEF".

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Re: Session Stuck but doesn't have host IP

Postby dick scherrer » Fri Dec 11, 2009 2:55 am

Hello,

It is totally unclear what sytem you are trying to work with. . .

On which screen/panel do you see "Enter News"? How did you get to this screen/panel?

Does this question have anything to do with an IBM Mainframe?

You may need to ask someone who provides system support for the system you are trying to use as they will know site-specific info that we have no way to know. . .
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