|Attachmate TCP/IP Socket Server
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The Attachmate TCP/IP Socket Server works together with the Unisys Open Message Switching Engine (OMSE) to provide TCP/IP host connectivity. OMSE passes UTS data in an internally defined protocol to ATSS, and then ATSS connects to the Unisys host via the INT-1 protocol.
Sun JRE 1.5 or higher.
ATSS works together with the Unisys Open Message Switching Engine (OMSE). See the OMSE documentation for additional system requirements.
|To install the Attachmate TCP/IP Socket Server on a UNIX machine:|
|To install the Attachmate TCP/IP Socket Server on a Windows machine:|
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The Java path must be in the system path or in the environment variable before you can use ATSS.
The ATSS configuration file, config.xml, controls all (non-tracing) configuration options within ATSS. In most cases, you can use the default values for everything, including ports. Config.xml is located in <Installation Location>\config.
Several tracing options are available in the ATSS log file (<Installation Location>\config\LogConfig.xml). Each level of tracing contains different information, as follows:
You should use this option only if Attachmate Technical Support requests that you do.
For general use, it is recommended that you set the tracing option to ERROR or WARN. The log files are placed into a log subdirectory. The log file names contain the date and time in yyyymmdd-hhmmss format (for example, 20070711-155356_0.log is from July 11, 2007 at 3:53 PM).
To launch the ATSS Server, execute the appropriate batch file from a command prompt (atss.bat for Windows and atss.sh for UNIX). The batch files are located in the installation location. For Windows, the ATSS Server is available in the Start Menu (Attachmate TCP-IP Socket Server | ATSS Server). Once you have launched the ATSS Server, it runs in the background.
To launch the ATSS GUI, execute the appropriate batch file from a command prompt (gui.bat for Windows and gui.sh for UNIX). The batch files are located in the installation location. For Windows, the ATSS GUI is available in the Start Menu (Attachmate TCP-IP Socket Server | ATSS Administration). You will be prompted to enter a userid and password, which are system and system. You can change the userid and password in <Installation Location>\config\config.xml.
The ATSS Server must be running before you can launch the ATSS GUI.
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Should you encounter a problem with ATSS, you might want to search the Attachmate Technical Support site for more information, or contact Attachmate Technical Support.
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