TechTalk: Hiding Warnings When Closing Client Access

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From: Ernest Wegrecki

To: All

I am using Client Access for DOS with extended memory. I run a DOS batch program that starts Client Access and downloads data from an AS/400 file. Since I want to close all Client Access functions within the batch file, I use the RMVPCS ALL command.

I get several errors saying that there are active conversations and shared resources. Is there a way for the Enter key to be pressed for each error, or is there a way to avoid getting the error at all?

From: Ted Holt

To: Ernest Wegrecki

Try the RMVPCS ALL /F command in your batch file. The /F parameter forces all active conversations to end and you won't see the error messages.