3.5 Hold/Release LANSA Web Systems

To prevent users accessing a LANSA Web system, you can place the system on "Hold". One on "Hold", the Web Administrator will allow IIS to continue to handle requests and pass them on to the LANSA Web Server Extension which displays the Hold message (that you have specified) as an HTML page. That is, IIS is still serving the request passing it on to the LANSA Web Server Extension. Note that when you change the Hold setting you will need to restart the Web server (V14 GA and earlier) or the website (V14 SP1 and later)

Normally you use the Hold System option in the LANSA Web Administrator.

LANSA Web is also provided with program [email protected] which you can use to Hold/Release LANSA Systems.

The parameters to the [email protected] program are:

Parameter

Format

Contents

Action

CHAR (3)

HLD indicates that you want to Hold System.

RLS indicates that you want to Release System.

System Name

CHAR (50)

Use *DEFAULT as your Default Parameter
or
specify either IP Address or DNS Name.

Port Number

CHAR (5)

The port number for the System Name

 

 

For example, to Hold ALL Systems, you would call [email protected] with these Parameters:

       CALL [email protected] PARM('HLD')

 

To Hold only the DCXPGMLIB System on Port 80, you could call [email protected] with these Parameters:

       CALL [email protected] PARM('HLD' '*DEFAULT' '80')

 

To Release all Systems, you would use these Parameters:

       CALL [email protected] PARM('RLS')

 

 

To Release only the DCXPGMLIB System on Port 80, you would use these Parameters:

       CALL [email protected] PARM('RLS' '*DEFAULT' '80')

 

Also see

Hold System (IBM i only)

Hold System (Local Configuration)