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  • Editing QAD Enterprise Applications Telnet Scripts
    The telnet log-in script entered in the Connection Pool Manager calls the telnet connection script for a specific instance of QAD Enterprise Applications. See the “Generating Scripts” heading in the Character Client Install section of your QAD Enterprise Applications installation guide. The telnet connection scripts are first generated by MFG/UTIL during the installation of QAD Enterprise Applications as qma. DBSetName scripts, where DBSetName is the name of the database to which the script connects. For example, the telnet connection script for the Production database set is qma.Production.
    In order for the QXtend Connection Pool Manager to connect to an QAD Enterprise Applications instance using the qma script for a database, modifications to the script are required.
    The telnet connection scripts are located in your QAD Enterprise Applications database server administration directory.
    In general, the connection script performs the following functions:
    Changes to the user’s home directory
    Sets environment requirements and variables
    Provides connection parameters for the databases in the set
    Note: Template scripts are deployed with QAD QXtend and can be found under the adapter directory.