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Access through an EXCP terminal

BMC products allow the use of terminals that are attached directly to the host system by a channel. EXCP macros are used to communicate with such a terminal. An EXCP-driven terminal is always associated with a user ID.

To allow only specific user IDs to use predefined device addresses, a special resource is introduced in the format:

prefix. ssid.BBI.TERM. xxxx

prefix

A user-defined prefix of up to four-characters

ssid

The BBI-SS PAS identifier (SSID)

BBI

A predefined literal

TERM. xxxx

The literal TERM followed by a four-digit device address

Example

The following resource name describes a resource for subsystem SYSB and the attached terminal device 74C:

BAB.SYSB.BBI.TERM.074C


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