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MIMS Explorer Forgets Connection - RED X

MIMS Explorer Forgets Connection - RED X

MIMS Explorer Forgets Connection - RED X

(OP)
We recently applied a front-end patch for MIMS explorer which involved a lot of registry updates.  Since this update we are having a problem with users who exit MIMS programs using the 'Windows' end task button on the top right corner of the window.  If a user has multiple windows open and closes some of them with the 'X' at the top-right, MIMS fails to connect when the user tries to open another window from the MIMS Explorer.  They get a MIMS logon screen which fails to connect, then a new logon window.  

This does not happen if the user uses the 'RED "X"' on the MIMS screen to exit the application.

Has any one else seen this?

MIMS V4.3.1.1
Middleware 4.16
MINCOM TP
HP-UX/Oracle

Glen Colbert
 gcolbert@rag-american.com
 

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RE: MIMS Explorer Forgets Connection - RED X

Glen

Is this a new problem ?  We are running 4.3.1.1 and it have been a problem since day 1. If you find a solution we would love to hear about it? Our advise from Mincom was learn to live with it.

RE: MIMS Explorer Forgets Connection - RED X

(OP)
It is a new problem.  This didn't happen prior to the upgrade.  Just out of curiosity, which version of the middleware are you running?  We did a middleware upgrade as a part of this change.

Glen Colbert
 gcolbert@rag-american.com
 

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