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Citrix and default job queues

wmaloney

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All,

We use Citrix to connect our thin clients to JDE. When our users log on to
JDE and submit a payroll job, it is not going to the job queue reserved for
payroll jobs, as it does when the user signs on to a fat client. How can we
set Citrix up to change the default job queue, or what controls the job
queue for Citrix? I hope this is clear enough for some responses?


Wayne Maloney

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paul_ross

Active Member
Wayne,

Every user on Windows Terminal Server gets their own copy of the jde.ini. If
you have a Home Directory specified on the user's NT user object it copies
the jde.ini to that directory in the Windows sub directory. If they do not
have a home directory in their user object it copies the jde.ini to that
user's user profile directory on that machine, also in the Windows sub
directory. The jde.ini is copied from the version in the WTSRV directory.

One other option to consider is that job queues can be specified at the
version level. Check the version that is being run to make sure it does not
have a hard coded queue to run in.

Hope this helps.

Paul Ross
OneWorld CNC Consultant
Paul.ross@lsi-industries.com
Phone: (513) 984-3093 x3097
 

lisa_stinebuck

Active Member
Wayne,
If the job queue assigned to the UBE is wrong you will have to make
a copy of that object and specify the correct queue when answering the
required questions during creation of the copy.

Lisa G. Stinebuck
Senior Service Delivery Technician
Logical EBOC Cincinnati
513-412-7950 x1012
lisa.stinebuck@us.logicaleboc.com
 
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