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Looking for Workshop Sessions?

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Feb 21, 2006
We have posted the workshop sessions on the IUA Website ( www.iuassn,org
).

To view the sessions, go there and

Click on the Events tab on top of the page

Select View Details

Select Event Schedule from the Download section in the lower right
corner.

We are looking for some additional DBA sessions and will gladly take
either suggestions for sessions or offers to give a presentation. By
the way, presenters do not pay for the workshop.

Bob Wiklund
Workshop Co-Chair

Tiburon Technologies
wiklund@tiburontech.com
623 594-6022

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Re: TCP/IP generic listener server
"If you're using the ""generic listener"" you don't need to do the ACCEPT (that is ""accept"" the connection request from the client) - that call has already been done for you by the generic listener - by the time your program gets control you can start issuing your TCP read/write socket calls. That's why you went into a WAIT on a TCP/IP ecb when you issued the ACCEPT.

As mentioned in an earlier post you would use GETPEERNAME - in Cobol you would then use the SOCKET-FUNCTION-INETNTOA socket call to convert the network address to ""dot address"" form (i.e. nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn for display purposes).

HTH - cheers - Gary

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