When using a Visual LANSA Slave System, you must have appropriately set up the communication between the Master LANSA System and the Slave LANSA System. This communications set up is typically performed as part of the initial installation process. There may be times, after the software has been installed, when you must change these communications. For example, if the IP address of the server containing the Master LANSA System is changed, then the communications settings must be updated on the machine(s) containing the Slave System(s).
The LANSA communications software is summarized in the Communications Setup Guide.
You must be familiar with the LANSA Communications Administrator software on the machine that contains the Slave System.
A listener job must also be set up on the machine that contains the Master System.