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Terminating an EXCP AutoLogon session

The following methods can be used to end an AutoLogon TAS session after it has been started:
  • Logging off the terminal session

    To log off your session, simply press the End key until you have exited your terminal session.

  • Issuing an operator STOP command

    When a TAS is stopped, the user of that session loses all communications with the host.

    To stop a TAS by using an operator STOP command, issue

    P userID (,A=asid)

    In the command:

      • userID is a unique identifier for the started task. When displaying active address spaces in MVS, the userID value appears in the procedure name field.

      • asid is an optional parameter if the userID value is being used in only one active session. If you have a MainView Alternate Access and a TSO session running under the same userID concurrently, you must specify the A parameter, where asid is the ASID value for the TAS session as shown in the DA display of SDSF.

    Note

    You do not want to issue a STOP command against the TAS proc name, such as P BBVTAS, because this command is ignored.

  • Issuing an operator CANCEL command

    Best Practice

    BMC Software recommends that you use the MVS STOP command rather than the MVS CANCEL command to stop a TAS, but you can use the CANCEL command if necessary.
    To cancel a TAS by using an operator CANCEL command, issue

    C U=userID(,A=asid)

    In the command:

      • userID is a unique identifier for the started task. When displaying active address spaces in MVS, the userID value appears in the procedure name field.

      • asid is an optional parameter if the userID value is being used in only one active session. If you have a MainView Alternate Access and a TSO session running under the same userID concurrently, you must specify the A parameter, where asid is the ASID value for the TAS session as shown in the DA display of SDSF.

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