Re: [Tn5250j-general] Updates

2009-03-02 Thread kjpou
Hey all.

Just wanted to take this time to say hi to all of the others out there 
that wrote.  Christian, Patrick, Mark and Richard.  Not sure how much 
time I am going to be able to spend as just wanted to get Martin started 
for right now.

Like I said before I am on the as400 side of an e-banking project 
writing web services.  Their schedule is damn tight and if I may say so 
a little un realistic but that is not my place nor what they are paying 
me for.  With the xml4rpg product the as400 side will definitely be in 
on time thank goodness.  I had three webservices defined and coded in 
two days.  It seems, in Europe anyway, they are cutting rates and 
pressuring big time.  Hey that is what happens in this type of economy.

Of course I am using tn5250j and what stands out so far is the key 
mapping with a java 6 vm.   I guess this was a problem with 5 as well 
correct?



Richard L. Houston wrote:
 Kenneth, great to hear your back.

 My client is still using TN on Windows and Linux everyday and have pretty 
 abandoned Client access all together with the exception of Ops Nav of course.

 Everyone there is very happy with it and I have a bunch of feature 
 request/bug reports I have to get to on the mailing list.

 To everyone on the list, is there collective time to maybe kick start the TN 
 project again? I know of a few bug report I need to file as well as a few 
 feature request that I have been getting. There has been some Java specific 
 issues and the such. I know there was talk of a code clean up and a 1.0 
 release in the past. Just a thought.

 Thanks!

 Rich  


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 - Christian Geisert christian.geis...@isu-gmbh.de wrote:

   
 kjpou schrieb:
 
 Hey all
   
 Hi Kenneth, great to have you back!

 
 Anybody out there from the old days still around?
   
 Sure. Still using tn5250j almost every day ;-)

 
 I received no takers on the CVS to SVN so will give it a shot.
   
 I've done some cvs2svn migrations in the past and I'm happy to help.
 I hope I'll find some time tomorrow to have a closer look at it .

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Updates

2009-03-02 Thread kjpou
Christian

Also let me know of anything else you need.  Or anybody else out there 
as well.  I will try and get it done.

Regards

Kenneth

kjpou wrote:
 Christian

 Hummm.  Maybe it is my Mac that I do not have set up correctly.  It was 
 giving me all sorts of errors but then again I did not do a rsynce 
 either for the full cvs repository.

 I activated the svn support out on SF so it should now be available. 

 Thanks Christian

 Christian Geisert wrote:
   
 Christian Geisert schrieb:
   
 
 kjpou schrieb:
 
   
 [..]

   
 
 I received no takers on the CVS to SVN so will give it a shot.
   
 
 I've done some cvs2svn migrations in the past and I'm happy to help.
 I hope I'll find some time tomorrow to have a closer look at it .
 
   
 Ok, just had a first look

 The cvs repository is available via rsync:
 rsync -av tn5250j.cvs.sourceforge.net::cvsroot/tn5250j/* .

 A first run with cvs2svn didn't show any problems (need to check eol 
 style and binaries) and produced a (compressed) 27M file.

 Kenneth, if you enable subversion support at SF we could try an import 
 tomorrow.

 Christian

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Updates

2009-03-04 Thread kjpou
Christian

Ok got the file finally.  I am uploading now and we will see what is 
happening.  It is telling me it will take 46 minutes to upload so will 
have to wait.  Downloaded in 4 minutes but looks like my upload speed is 
a lot slower.

Thanks

Christian Geisert wrote:
 kjpou schrieb:
   
 Christian

 Thanks for doing the conversion.

 I went out there last night but there was no file to import so thought 
 it might take a while to show up so did not post anything.  Still no 
 file out there as of this morning.

 *Source data type Source file Destination [1]Replace [2]
 SVN dump file archive No valid files were found for importing, 
 please consult the documentation.*

 Do you think I need to wait or is it that since you uploaded the file it 
 does not allow me to view it?
 

 The problem here is probably just that I don't know exactly where to put 
 the svn dump... I've moved it to /home/groups/t/tn/tn5250j/ now.

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Updates

2009-03-04 Thread kjpou
Christian

It looks like the problem was that I could not see your file.  When I 
uploaded the file it was available and now we are waiting for the import 
into SVN.

Thanks again.

kjpou wrote:
 Christian

 Ok got the file finally.  I am uploading now and we will see what is 
 happening.  It is telling me it will take 46 minutes to upload so will 
 have to wait.  Downloaded in 4 minutes but looks like my upload speed is 
 a lot slower.

 Thanks

 Christian Geisert wrote:
   
 kjpou schrieb:
   
 
 Christian

 Thanks for doing the conversion.

 I went out there last night but there was no file to import so thought 
 it might take a while to show up so did not post anything.  Still no 
 file out there as of this morning.

 *Source data type Source file Destination [1]Replace [2]
 SVN dump file archive No valid files were found for importing, 
 please consult the documentation.*

 Do you think I need to wait or is it that since you uploaded the file it 
 does not allow me to view it?
 
   
 The problem here is probably just that I don't know exactly where to put 
 the svn dump... I've moved it to /home/groups/t/tn/tn5250j/ now.

 Christian

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Updates

2009-03-04 Thread kjpou
hello all

The project has been migrated to svn thanks to Christian.

Please try it out and post any problems.




kjpou wrote:
 Christian

 It looks like the problem was that I could not see your file.  When I 
 uploaded the file it was available and now we are waiting for the import 
 into SVN.

 Thanks again.

 kjpou wrote:
   
 Christian

 Ok got the file finally.  I am uploading now and we will see what is 
 happening.  It is telling me it will take 46 minutes to upload so will 
 have to wait.  Downloaded in 4 minutes but looks like my upload speed is 
 a lot slower.

 Thanks

 Christian Geisert wrote:
   
 
 kjpou schrieb:
   
 
   
 Christian

 Thanks for doing the conversion.

 I went out there last night but there was no file to import so thought 
 it might take a while to show up so did not post anything.  Still no 
 file out there as of this morning.

 *Source data type Source file Destination [1]Replace [2]
 SVN dump file archive No valid files were found for importing, 
 please consult the documentation.*

 Do you think I need to wait or is it that since you uploaded the file it 
 does not allow me to view it?
 
   
 
 The problem here is probably just that I don't know exactly where to put 
 the svn dump... I've moved it to /home/groups/t/tn/tn5250j/ now.

 Christian

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Re: [Tn5250j-general] Reconnect on SocketException

2010-07-13 Thread kjpou
Mario

You can try setting the send keep alive setting on the connection 
configuration.  Try that to see if it works.

All it does is send a small byte to the AS400 connection and that might 
be enough to keep the connection working longer.

Regards

Kenneth

Mario Gonzalez wrote:
 Hi to all,

 Is there any way to reconnect a  session when a SocketException occurs?. I am 
 trying to use TN5250J on some wireless terminals and sometimes they lost TCP 
 communication for a couple of seconds. The only way that I see is 
 reconnection the session after a timeout when a SocketException occur. Any 
 ideas?

 Mario


   

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