Terminal Session IBM EHLLAPI connection to several sessions

Hi ,

for a project I am trying to connect to several sessions from IBM personal communications with emulator.

Connecting and working with Session A is no problem: all works as planned.

However I need to connect to session B (and sometimes C) . This I cannot get to work,

What I tried:

  • Change EHLL session to B
  • Write/Use connection string to connect with variable session letter
  • Write/Use connection string to connect with fixed session letter

For constring I used:
“{‘AttachExisting’:false,‘ConnectionProtocol’:0,‘ConnectionType’:2,‘EhllBasicMode’:false,
‘EhllDll’:‘C:\Program Files (x86)\IBM\Client Access\Emulator\pcshll32.dll’,‘EhllEncoding’:‘Windows-1252’,
‘EhllEnhanced’:true,‘EhllFunction’:‘hllapi’,‘EhllSession’:’”+sessionletter+"’,‘EnableSSL’:false,‘Host’:‘XXXX’,
‘InProcessMode’:false,‘LuName’:‘XXXX’,‘Mode’:1,‘Port’:23,‘Profile’:‘XXXX.ws’,‘ProviderType’:4,‘ShowTerminal’:true,‘TerminalModel’:0,‘TerminalType’:0}"

Obviously with XXXX replaced by the correct values.

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I do not get an error , not even a timeout, it just stays on connecting.

Any ideas how to work this?

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