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MIMS 4.3.1.2 and Tuxedo

MIMS 4.3.1.2 and Tuxedo

MIMS 4.3.1.2 and Tuxedo

(OP)
Is anyone running MIMS under TUXEDO?

If so, how can I tell through TUXEDO who is logged on to the application.  I can see the NT account details but would like to see the MIMS User Id.  Any ideas?

Regards
Greg Bell

GregorBell.railtrack@ems.rail.co.uk

RE: MIMS 4.3.1.2 and Tuxedo

At the tuxedo command prompt type :
tmadmin (return)
pclt (return)


This lists active users and any servers they might be connected to the tuxedo server through.


HTH.

Michael McDonald
email: michael.mcdonald@transport.alstom.com

RE: MIMS 4.3.1.2 and Tuxedo

(OP)
Thanks for the respone but it's not quite what I'm looking for.  tmadmin will show the NT account details but not the MIMS signons.  This would be OK if the NT account and MIMS account were the same but unfortuneately they're not.

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