Here is an actual screenshot of SNACONS running in a TN3270 emulation session on a Windows 95 PC:
As you can see, its almost indistinguishable from a real MCS console. You can enter MVS commands in the entry area. You see messages roll in the message area. Action messages are highlighted and deleted just like a real MCS console. And its all done by a VTAM application.
Your operators will need no training to use SNACONS. In fact, most of them wont even realise that theyre not using a real console. But if you look carefully at the screen, on the 4th line from the bottom, youll see that SNACONS displays the LU name where MCS displays the device number. Thats how you can tell that its a SNACONS console.
To find out more about SNACONS, go to frequently-asked questions.
Last updated 01 Jun 1999