I was wondering if anyone has already done this and care to share the
results. I have been given the following task:
– Create script that will close out SBCLIENT session and
not prompt end-user to save changes to session
– * There is a slot in SBLCLIENT that allows custom scripts,
but we have not been able to provide the proper syntax
to get this to work
– – Problem on Terminal Server that keeps the session active
even though the end-user closed out the session from
From within SBServer, you can CALL TU.SESSION.CLOSE(“”) from an exit
verb which will close the session without a dialog.
Or a script:
Script Name: logout_script
Trigger String: script_started
Trigger Response: [exit_session(265)][script_end()]
Assign this script to your logout script in the setup menu. This
script apparently only works with the window close button or the file
exit menu and so you probably need to use both methods to always
suppress the close/save dialog box.
I’m not sure if either of these will clean up your sessions/licences
like SH.OFF (the normal logout method) does.