MyTerm

Displays the IP address or X.25 DTE number of any 6530 type terminal. Supports secure 6530 connections.

20May2008
When running in PLAIN mode, the user is recorded as well.

 

02Oct2007
Support of IP-Address related Host Name.

04Jan2007
Support of code 800 type objects.


07Sep2006
Support for STN Telnet from Gemini added.

19Jul2006
Documentation and help text enhanced.

19Apr2006
Fix in the GHSLib.
It fixes the IP address check, which failed and caused the un-neccessary use of the SPI interface.

26Jan2006
MyTerm can be used to easily translate a non existing terminal name into its IP address.

07May2005
In case OUT is provided, the banner is no longer displayed.

03May2005
Processing of type ahead buffer externalized into GreenHouse library function.

29Apr2005
MyTermC versions now handle home terminals correctly, which are 'black hole' processes (they suck everything they get shipped, and reply with an empty message).

04Apr2005
Complete re-design of PARAM- and start-up message parameters.

30Mar2005
The special versions of MyTerm needs to be started from an already logged on process. This restriction prevents it from causing trouble when started (nowait) from a spawned TACL.

25Mar2005
Introduction of special version to be used in TACL Macros, lacking the need for start-up parameters.

24Mar2005
Complete re-design of default behavior, and PARAM and start-up message processing.

22Mar2005
Introduction of keyword: ESC

16Mar2005
Terminal I/O completely rewritten.

15Mar2005
Terminal I/O wait time now configurable in start-up message, or as PARAM.

10Mar2005
A terminal emulators type ahead buffer is emptied before MyTerm is executed.

08Mar2005
Glitch in terminal I/O eliminated.

24Feb2005
OUT is processed correct now.

23Feb2005
In case MyTerm is called from a Win6530 type terminal, a more efficient method to get to the terminals IP address is used.

06Dec2004
Re-compile to take enhanced library procedures into account.

MyTerm displays the IP address, or X.25 DTE number, of a terminal device.
Subtype 30 processes are taken into account!

It also can be used as a Telnet service to display a window IP address as well as GUARDIAN file name, and to stay alive for a given time before it stops. While the time is running, the terminal name can be used as IN, OUT and/or TERM parameter for e.g. VIEWSYS. This allows a VIEWSYS in a dynamic Telnet Window WITHOUT a logged on TACL beneath it.

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