Re: DCLOG Message

Discussion created by ca.portal.admin on Mar 18, 2007
Hi Steve,
We get a 'Query/Reply: invalid input buffer' message followed by a 10
line snap of the buffer - followed by a 'signon' user defined DC message
from our application from which I was able to determine the associated
user and terminal id. It is always the same group of robotic users using
specific emulation software. My theory is that they are not emulating a
3270 correctly. I have brought it to their attention but surprisingly,
as it is not causing them any problem, they have failed to sort it out.


Steve Terry

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Thanks Steve, do you every get a snap dump from it? We do a lot UCF
connections from 6 cv's, wondered if that was in the mix. I have not
seen it cause a problem either, but you us curious minds....

Thanks for the input,
Steve Harmeson