TYPETERM Question for CICS/NPSI

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William O'Boyle

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Oct 13, 1998, 3:00:00 AM10/13/98
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Hello All,

I'm curious as to an opinion someone may have for a TYPETERM definition,
in a NPSI/CICS Environment. I had thought 3767 was correct, but now I'm
getting ATCV's. I had tried 3650-USERPROG, but I was getting errors
related to BRACKETING, hence the change. I'm using a standard (default)
Mode-Table Entry for both LU-Types. Would a standard SNA-LU2(3270)
definition work properly? Would RAQ (Read-Ahead-Queing) be advisable?

If anyone has any other suggestions, I'd really appreciate a reply ASAP
cause this is a real problem for these folks.

TIA....

Cheers,

WOB

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Dean Stewart

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Oct 13, 1998, 3:00:00 AM10/13/98
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Hi there,

We have an NPSI/CICS environment and the device specifed in the TYPETERM
definition is 3767I. This was setup a few years back, of which I was not
involved, so I cannot comment on the reasons for the specification, but it
works.


Dean Stewart.
CICS Systems Programmer

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