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"sshay" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in m...Non-IBM alternative to "IBM Access Connections" ?
I'm looking for an application (or heck, even a cheap registry patch!)
that will allow a laptop to switch between wired and wireless
connections automatically, preferring wired Ethernet of course. I
know that IBM Access Connections is such an application that does it
for IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad's, but I'm looking for something more generic
for use on any laptop with Windows XP.
Does such an animal exist?
XP should already be able to do this automatically. Go to the Network
Connections folder. Select 'Advanced' from the menu bar, 'Advanced
Settings'. The 'Adaptors and Bindings tab will show a connections window
with the priority for the connections.
The higher in the list, the higher the priority. I have my wired
connections up top and my wireless connection below.
Hopefully this is what you are looking for.
"Rob" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I'm looking for an application (or heck, even a cheap registry patch!)
> that will allow a laptop to switch between wired and wireless
> connections automatically, preferring wired Ethernet of course. I
> know that IBM Access Connections is such an application that does it
> for IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad's, but I'm looking for something more generic
> for use on any laptop with Windows XP.
> Does such an animal exist?
I'm not sure if that stops your wir...Client Access keyboard Mapping Issue
I am trying to map a keyboard for a user that needs the enter key on
the numeric key pad to be the actual enter key and not the field exit
key. If the num luck key is not in use the keyboard mapping works,
but if the user turns on the num lock to use the numeric key pad the
enter key is not working as an enter key. Any suggestions on
correcting this issue for the user.
Just map the "Shift" - <numeric keypad enter> to <enter> as well,
just like you already did for the base.
On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 06:39:17 -0700 (PDT), bneal69 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>I am trying to map a keyboard for a user that needs the enter key on
>the numeric key pad to be the actual enter key and not the field exit
>key. If the num luck key is not in use the keyboard mapping works,
>but if the user turns on the num lock to use the numeric key pad the
>enter key is not working as an enter key. Any suggestions on
>correcting this issue for the user.
...IBM Rapid Access Pro Keyboard
Just wondering if anyone out there has the specialized keys working and, if
so, what the procedure is.
Mike Gratis wrote:
> Just wondering if anyone out there has the specialized keys working and,
> if so, what the procedure is.
I've got a Logitech Itouch working swell under KDE without any special X
configuration. It should work for your keyboard as well.
Just enable the keyboard layout in KDE for one of the IBM Rapid Access
(Control Center/Regional & Accessibility/Keyboard Layout)
There you can define what the keys would do in the general kde environment.
Then, go through the K menu editor and define keyboard shortcuts for the
Eric Williams wrote:
> Mike Gratis wrote:
>> Just wondering if anyone out there has the specialized keys working and,
>> if so, what the procedure is.
> I've got a Logitech Itouch working swell under KDE without any special X
> configuration. It should work for your keyboard as well.
> Just enable the keyboard layout in KDE for one of the IBM Rapid Access
> (Control Center/Regional & Accessibility/Keyboard Layout)
> There you can define what the keys would do in the general kde
> environment. Then, go through the K menu editor and define keyboard
> shortcuts for the applications.
Okay, I've given the Rapid Access designation a try (...the other optio...Connecting to AS400 running on IBM with MS Access
I've been struggling on and off for 3 months trying to connect to an
DB2 database running on an IBM iSeries machine.
I FINALLY figured out how to connect with Coldfusion (see instructions
So, now I am trying to connect to the same database with MS Access. I
want to link the tables within Access so I can quickly query and answer
The problem is that I HAVE NO IDEA how to do this. I'm familiar with
linking tables to other databases (MySQL, MS SQL Server, Oracle), but
I've never done it for IBM DB2 (I'm not even familiar with the IB...Accessing the Speaker of an IBM Model M keyboard
I found an old IBM Model M keyboard in the dumpster of my university.
The keyboard works fine, every key still has its legendary click...
This Keyboard has a speaker, and I'd like to access it.
I wrote this tiny x86 Assembler program some time ago, to set the LEDs
mov al, 0EDh ; command to set LEDs to keyboard
out 60h, al ; write command
mov al, 111b ; set flags
out 60h, al ; write flags
mov al,1 ; system call number (sys_exit)
int 0x80 ; call kernel
I don't know much about I/O-Registers, obviously 60h is for the keybo...IBM iSeries Client Access OLE DB problems
I am working on a project where I need to connect some Windows 2000
(SP3) servers to an IBM AS/400 database. I'm using IBM's Client Access
OLE DB driver (V5R2 with SI08894 patch installed) on each server. The
first serve is dual-processor, running SQL Server 2000 (SP3), and I
have a DTS package that is intended to copy data from the AS/400 to
some SQL Server tables. Problems:
1. When setting up the connection in the DTS package, saving the
AS/400 connection password with the package is problematic. The Blank
Password checkbox in the connection properties won't stay unchecked,
and if I type in a password, sometimes when I close the connection
properties it is saved and sometimes it is not. Of course, if it is
not, then the DTS package fails when it is scheduled to run
2. When I do get a DTS package to execute, it seems that IBM's OLE
driver only allows a single connection to the AS/400. I say this
because only one data transformation task will run at a time. Using a
previous AS/400 OLE driver, I would see at least two data
transfformation tasks operating in parallel. I have installed the
registry key that IBM says is needed to enable connection pooling in
V5R2, but don't know of any tools that let me see what is really going
on with OLE connections. Is there some magic registry entry (or file
to edit) that sets the maximum number of connections? I know this is
supposed to be automatic, but it appears that only one connection is
being open...Microsoft uses IBM AS400's for development.
Not well known but Microsoft uses IBM AS400 machines with the Windows
server card option to develop programs. This option is really a PC on
a card but offers significant advantages over a stand alone pc in that
it can support virtual sessions of Windows each of which can be
rebooted as required without bringing down the other seesions or worse
the rest of the machine. Microsoft is a huge IBM AS400 customer. Most
people assume developers are using PC's sitting next to their work
Fadl Ullah Jonnalagadda wrote:
> Not well known but Microsoft uses IBM AS400 machines with the Windows
> server card option to develop programs. This option is really a PC on
> a card but offers significant advantages over a stand alone pc in that
> it can support virtual sessions of Windows each of which can be
> rebooted as required without bringing down the other seesions or worse
> the rest of the machine. Microsoft is a huge IBM AS400 customer. Most
> people assume developers are using PC's sitting next to their work
MS developers are using Win 2k3 and Win 2k8 servers as development
machines too and not PC(s), with VMware.
Fadl Ullah Jonnalagadda wrote:
"Fadl Ullah Jonnalagadda" <email@example.com> wrote in
> Not well known but Microsoft uses IBM AS400 machines with the Windows
> server card option to develop programs. ...web service clients using IBM websphere studio?
Hi, I'm trying to write a simple "helloworld" web service
for both the server and client in IBM WebSphere Application
I'm having particular trouble with developing clients
that can be invoked in stand-alone applications. All the
tutorials I've found on IBM's website use the WSAD-generated
JSP pages to access the webservice; I want to write my own
client applications. Can some one point me to some good
information or tutorials? I've googled everywhere.
Thank you for any help.
...WTT: 32MB SIMMs
I have (6) sticks of SiliconMountain Memory (Parity, Gold leads, 70ns),
product # SMM4342-9661. These SIMMs are supposed to be equivalent to
This memory works fine in my PC 750 MCA/PCI (6886) under Win98. But it
does NOT work reliability under Windows NT 3.51 (My current OS).
I would like to trade 192MB of SiliconMountain Memory for (2) sticks of
IBM 92G7205 SIMMs.
Please contact me via email at gorenbergh @ mags . net.
I have an IBM R32 laptop and I think it may have experienced a power
surge. Anyway when I put the battery in all it does is continously
click (no lights no nothing just a click. When I pull the battery out
and try and use the power adapter I get nothing. My question is
1) Any ideas what that click/spinning could be?
2) If I did experience a powersurge what part(s) would I most likely
need to replace?
3) If I replace the system board would the fix the problem and are
there any tests that I would be able to run to see what the problem
might be? Electrical tests or any other tests.
Thanks in advance for any assistance.
Does anyone have some notes, documentation or helful
pointers about navigating, command language and DB2 on
an AS400 for a guy who has done HP3000, Windows
2k/2k3, MS SQL, HP9000, IBM ES9000/UNIX, SCO UNIX?
Ideally a commands cross reference qaulivalent would
be terrific - I.E. HP3000 to AS400.
P.S. I'm taking a role in a shop that runs its ERP
system on this platform.
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http://www.y...Client access Keyboard mapping / cut & paste problem
Using IBM Personal communications 5250 emulator version 5.5, on XP Pro, 4
mth old Dell.
I have mapped ctrl-c and ctrl-v to cut and paste respectively. Occasionally,
I do a lot of cut-paste operations between the 5250 session and excel.
This works OK for a while. But, after 10 minutes or so of cutting pasting
between excel/5250, suddenly the system emits an error beep when I mark the
text and try to use CTRL-C to copy. And, i cannot copy / paste until I close
the emulator, and restart.
This is very annoying...anyone know how to fix this one? By the way, the
same problem occurs on my desktop, and my laptop so I think this could be
related to the 5250 software.
...Using AIX 4.3 as a terminal for accessing IBM 7043
I would appreciate help on a problem if someone has the time.
I am trying to use my IBM 7043-150 running AIX 4.3.3 as a terminal to
access my IBM 7011-25E running AIX 3.2.55. I have them connected via
a laplink cable from S1 to S1.
I configured the 7043 serial port using "smit tty" and set it as
follows using the default configuration:
tty - tty0
tty type - tty
tty interface - rs232
description - asynch terminal
status - available
location - 01-S1-00-00
Parent adapter - sa0
Port number - 0
login - disable
baud - 9600
parity - none
bits - 8
stop bits - 1
time - 0
terminal type - vt320
I chose vt320 because I've been using TeraTerm on a Vista laptop to
connect to the 7011 and wanted to have the control of known results.
I'm interested in using the 7043 because I have a question about
whether the USB<->serial port converter I'm using might be causing an
issue where the system hangs after a certain point on boot.
The problem is that when I run "getty /dev/tty0" I get nothing.
I have done all of the above as I thought that was the best way to get
a terminal going on my stock 4.3.3 install. If I am wrong, please set
Thank you for your help,
R. Fink wrote:
> I would appreciate help on a problem if someone has the time.
> I am trying to use my IBM 7043-150 running AIX 4.3.3 as a terminal to
> access my IBM 7011-25E running AIX ...REQ: Hardware adapter info: Use C64 Keyboard on IBM
I've got a dead C64 that I wanted to adapt over to a mini-itx IBM mobo
and use VICE on it. I'd like to use the original C64 keyboard with
the new PC; however that would require a custom hardware adapter.
One person on mini-itx.com adapted an old SX-64 in this manner and
uses the original keyboard. He supposedly developed just such an
adapter, and promised to make the hardware details available. Like so
many other "orphaned" Internet projects, he appears to have lost
interest and no longer shows that info on his web pages. Won't answer
email inquiries, either.
Has an...I found a good site of IBM thinkpad batteries.Just look it, http://www.ibm-laptop-batteries.co.uk
I bought a battery of ibm thindpad r31 from a online store,
http://www.ibm-laptop-batteries.co.uk .It is a preffesional online
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I am using the following code to try and return a list of jobs that sre
running in QBATCH5
QSYSObjectPathName path = new
For some reason it brings back a list of my Active jobs that show up in
I am running a web app on WAS 5.0 on Linux connecting to iSeries V5R2 for
DB2 access using the tool box driver. Most of the time this works fine but
occasionally I get the stuff listed below. When this happens the app just
crashes out. Its weird because this happens on pages that where running fine
5 minutes ago. It appears like my connections are going stale but my app
thinks they are fine. There is no firewall between the two boxes so I cant
blame it on the firewall killing the connection. Has anyone seen this before
or am I totally off on the wrong track. Any help would be most appreciated.
BTW It does not seem to happen when running on WAS 5.0 on the iseries but
then its on the same machine and the drivers local.
[03.08.21 14:14:10:162 BST] 6bcc1e57 WebGroup X Servlet Error: :
at com.kdpsoftware.landmark.LogIn.LogInQuery.close(LogInQ...declare global temporary table with com.ibm.as400.access.AS400JDBCDriver
I try to create global temporary table in my Windows java application:
((java.sql.Connection) conn).createStatement().execute("declare global
temportary table test (c1 integer)");
With COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.app.DB2Driver it works, but
with com.ibm.as400.access.AS400JDBCDriver I get such SQLException:
java.sql.SQLException: [PWS9801] Function rejected by user exit
program IMBEPSQL in QUSRSYS. Cause . . . . . : User exit program
IMBEPSQL in library QUSRSYS called for the function and returned an
indication that the function should not be done. Recovery . . . :
Determine why the user exit program rejected the function, correct the
problem, and run the function again.
((SQLException) ex).getErrorCode() = -101
((SQLException) ex).getSQLState() = "HY001"
Is it possible to declare tables with this driver?
...Access Connections is being used by another user
This message began appearing a few days ago when I change users.
Can anyone tell me
1 - the exe for Access Connections so I can disable it
2 - how to fix this problem.
Normally, I have no need to "change users"; another problem I have to solve
is that the machine boots up as Administrator, instead of booting up as me
as a separate user name. I thought my use of
to set the machine to boot up to my user name.
Thanks in advance for any help.
On Wed, 13 Sep 2006 20:51:45 -0700, "Larry Mehl" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Can anyone tell me
> 1 - the exe for Access Connections so I can disable it
Look for these:
Main Service Module AcSvc.exe
Status Icon ACTray.exe
Wireless Status Icon ACWLIcon.exe
Service GUI Helper SvcGuiHlpr.exe
> Normally, I have no need to "change users"; another problem I have to solve
> is that the machine boots up as Administrator, instead of booting up as me
> as a separate user name. I thought my use of
> control userpasswords2
> to set the machine to boot up to my user name.
Google for "XP PowerToys" and in particular for TweakUiPowerToySetup.exe
as the simplest configurator of XP autologon.
"Larry Mehl" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hello --
> This message began appearing a few days ago when I change users.
...How do I get rid of the folder "\My Documents\IBM\Client Access"?
Client Access seems to create the folder "\My Documents\IBM\Client
If I move / delete the folder, it gets recreated following a Windows
If I change / delete the registry entry
Express\CurrentVersion\(Default)", the entry gets reset and the folder
recreated following a Windows restart.
I am running:
IBM iSeries Access for Windows
Modification level 0
Service level SI23492
Anyone know how to get rid of it for good?
Even being able to move it to somewhere else would be good.
> Client Access seems to create the folder "\My Documents\IBM\Client
> Access" automatically.
> If I move / delete the folder, it gets recreated following a Windows
> If I change / delete the registry entry
> "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\IBM\Client Access
> Express\CurrentVersion\(Default)", the entry gets reset and the folder
> recreated following a Windows restart.
> I am running:
> IBM iSeries Access for Windows
> Version 5
> Release 3
> Modification level 0
> Service level SI23492
> Anyone know how to get rid of it for good?
> Even being able to move it to somewhere else would be good.
Maybe I would try "Control Panel/iSeries Access for Windows" properties
in the PC5250 tab, selecting...IBM
It frightens me that IBM is pushing for more Linux. They have gone to
the point of releasing some of their software patents to help spark the
growth of Linux. I for one shudder at the fact that some day companies
like IBM may make a power play for the control of Linux software
development. It will not be in ownership rights, because of the GPL.
However, if the corporations of the world start "needing" open source,
they will try to control and steer its development by offering large
"donations" to get what they are depending on. If open source
developers accept these "gifts," they will become dependent on the
If this hypothetical thought turns out to be true, would this spoil the
free software notion of open source and make Linux as proprietary as
any other commercial OS? In my hypothetical future of Linux and IBM,
would we have IBM sponsered distributions of Linux, for instance?
Would IBM be next to try to rule the world with their "IBM Linux" just
as MS is trying to rule the desktop with Windows? Think about it. IBM
has a lot of money to throw around. They could make "IBM Linux" way
more popular than Red Hat with that kind of money. Maybe even make it
as popular as Windows?? They'll hold the dough while Linux developers
try to get in on a piece of the action.
** DISCALIMER **
This post is neither an attack on Linux, an attack on Windows, a
Windows endorsement, nor a Linux endorsement. This po...ibm
I'm Matthew Win Tibbals, pedophile. http://www.matthewtibbals.com
...IBM URLs (http://www.ibm.com/ vs. http://www-306.ibm.com/)
one general thing to note when quoting IBM URLs like the following:
> Check out http://www-306.ibm.com/software/data/informix/ids/support/
please leave out the "-###" part of the URL and instead
quote it like this:
The "-###" means that the page is provided by a particular host,
to which an original HTTP request without such a "-###" has
been routed automatically.
Usually, the routing will be stable, i.e. a URL with "-###" will
normally work. However, if that particular machine is down, then
a URL with the "-###" may not work.
But a URL without "-###" will still work, because the request
will then be routed to a different machine.
Therefore at best leave out that "-###" when quoting such URLs.
Otherwise, if such a URL one day does not work, remember that you
can take away the "-###" part and it then should work.
This is a general note, not to pick on any individual e-mail
contributor ... only this e-mail was a good example.
Besides, there are many people within IBM who don't understand
the concept behind this and therefore often just do cut&paste
of such URLs into documents, presentations, etc.
But since this is a technical audience, I thought it may well
worth it to (try t...