SET, HOST, /LAT, Examples
*Conan The Librarian
1.$ SET HOST/LAT SORTER %LAT-S-CONNECTED, session to SORTER established %LAT-I-TODISCON, type ^\ to disconnect the session Username: BARKER Password: . . . $ LOGOUT BARKER logged out at 30-DEC-2001 11:04:51.45 %LAT-I-DISCONNECTED, session disconnected from SORTER -LAT-I-END, control returned to node HOME $ This SET HOST/LAT command connects the user to the service SORTER, which is a computer system. The first message confirms that the user has been connected to that service. The second message informs the user how to disconnect the session. (The user can also disconnect the session by logging out from SORTER.) SORTER then prompts for the username and password. Use the normal login procedure to log in to the system. When the user logs out of the service SORTER, the terminal displays the DCL command prompt of the user's local processor system (HOME). 2.$ SET HOST/LAT/DESTINATION_PORT=BOSTON- _$ /NODE=STATE/DISCONNECT=F BUDGET This command connects the user's terminal to the service BUDGET that is offered on port BOSTON, on service node STATE. The user can disconnect the session by pressing Ctrl/F. 3.$ SET HOST/LAT PURSE Password: This command attempts to connect the user's terminal to the service PURSE. The service PURSE is password protected, so the user is prompted for a password. The user could have specified the password within the SET HOST/LAT command, as shown in the next example. 4.$ SET HOST/LAT/PASSWORD=BEOR PURSE This command connects the user's terminal to the password- protected service PURSE. The password is BEOR.