Command line options for PCSWS.EXE

You can use the following options when creating or modifying a batch file.

  1. If you use the /S option to assign A as the short session ID, you should use this option for all of the sessions in the batch file. Otherwise, if another session starts first, it becomes the A Session and the session with the /S=a option will not start because of the conflicting short session IDs. Another way to prevent conflicts is to assign a character later in the alphabet for the short session ID.
  2. Several parameters can be specified for controlling the particular characteristics for starting sessions; the switch values are designated by a single character.