Set up and use host access IDs with Synapta Services Builder for UTS/T27 so that you can use a single session configuration for multiple clients to establish multiple sessions with a host.


You can set up and use host access IDs so that you don't have to maintain unique connection data in individual configuration or session files. With host access IDs, you use a single file for multiple clients that can establish multiple sessions with a host. When a client is started, it gets its ID from Management & Control Services (MCS) and uses the ID to connect to the host. MCS keeps track of the IDs that are in use.

To use ID management with Synapta Services Builder, you use the following components:

Before You Start

This How-To assumes that you have installed Task Builder for Screens and know the address of the host you want your task to access. Also, you must have access to an MCS server which has a manager for UTS/T27 installed.


Following are the main steps you need to complete for this How-To:

  1. Create pools of IDs.

  2. Assign IDs to pools.

  3. Configure a task that obtains its ID from MCS.