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Changing Credentials Error

Changing Credentials Error

Changing Credentials Error

Since a recent update, users are no longer able to change credentials without manually closing any open MIMS screens.  Before this update, when a user changed credentials, MIMS closed any open windows for them.  

Our work-around has been for users to 'logoff' and then 'logon' which results in the windows being closed for them, but the change is proving to be a training problem with people confusing 'logoff' and 'close' in the MIMS explorer.  Could I have missed something in the OBMH or registry that would have caused this?


Glen Colbert

RE: Changing Credentials Error


by changing credentials do you mean changing 'Positions' (i.e. User Profile)?.    If so then you'll find that the only way to bug out of a profile in the MIMS GUI is indeed to logoff and log back on again.

If you are using 'green screen' (CICS) try MSO004 to change profiles or positions.

Chris Graham


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