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Connections Menu
The Connection Manager’s Connections menu displays the pool of active sessions based on session status. Each session can have one of the following statuses:
Initializing
The session is starting and is not available for use.
Idle
The session is active and available for the next user request.
Busy
The session is executing a user request.
Pause
The session is waiting for a response from the user. For example, the user might need to press the spacebar to continue.
Processing
The session is actively updating the Progress database and database records are locked.
Force Disconnect
This is a temporary state that occurs when the administrator closes an initializing session.
Disconnected
This is a temporary state that occurs when idle sessions are closed.
Click one of the options under Connections to see a listing of sessions based on status. The session information includes the following: Status, ID, Process ID, User ID, Device, User IP, Maximum Connections, Program, and User Connected Time.
All
Display all sessions.
Busy
Only display sessions with Busy, Pause, or Processing status.
Idle
Only display sessions with Idle status.
Initializing
Only display sessions with Initializing status.
Users Menu
The Connection Manager’s Users menu displays a list of currently logged in users.
Click a User ID to see information related to that user, including the following: Status, ID, Process ID, User ID, Device, User IP, Maximum Connections, Program, and User Connected Time.
Click Refresh to update the display.
Click Close to close a user session. This might be needed if a user has locked a database record and left their session running.