[Dataperf] Forced log-out?
Ed Marfil, MAST UNITED
edmarfil at mastunited.com
Tue Jun 19 17:49:15 CEST 2018
Thank you for the reply. Interesting that you use it for transport
management. I use it for the same; inventory and shipping management.
Anyway, I was hoping I could disconnect the user solely from the DP
application or database but not from the server.
Currently I have to remote log-in to the suspect station and properly log it
out. Unfortunately sometimes there are multiple suspects.
PS: please know that I feel bad that NL is not in this cup. Just doesn't
seem right without them and Italy.
From: Dataperf [mailto:dataperf-bounces at dataperfect.nl] On Behalf Of Peter
Sent: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 6:29 AM
To: dataperf at dataperfect.nl
Subject: Re: [Dataperf] Forced log-out?
It happens to me quit often with approx 40 users working every day in our
transport management application.
We work on a window server with terminal servers
I work as follow:
- Remove all *.tmp files (3 per user)
- Some of them remain because of incorrect log-out
- I get the names of those users from the files attributes
- Next step is to log out those users from the server
- Final step to remove the remaining *.tmp files
Van: Dataperf [mailto:dataperf-bounces at dataperfect.nl] Namens Ed Marfil,
Verzonden: maandag 18 juni 2018 02:54
Aan: dataperf at dataperfect.nl <mailto:dataperf at dataperfect.nl>
Onderwerp: [Dataperf] Forced log-out?
I back up my DP database regularly at off hours when it is supposed to be
inactive. However, there are times when it fails because a user forgot to
log-out of the database.
I was wondering if there is a way to forcibly eject users from the database.
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