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Old 25th January 2003, 04:07
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Question RE: Monitoring logged in Users

Hi

Hope someone can assist me. Is there a tool which I could use
to monitor number of users logged into Baan sorted by Department ????
Pls assist . Thank you and have a nice day

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Old 25th January 2003, 04:24
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licmon.exe

Dear .d,

You can use something similar to licmon.exe that BaanERP provides for NT boxes in your {$BSE}\bin directory. It doesn't sort by department, however, unless your user IDs contain departmental coding too. If you don't have too many users, probably no departmental sorting is still bearable

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Old 26th January 2003, 21:01
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There are always ways to get information if you know exactly what you are looking for and how to get it...
The users in Baan are or super or normal users. How do you know that a user is from a certain department, special login coding, special name when created in UX and/or Baan, special authorizations?
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Old 28th January 2003, 05:17
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Hi

Thanks guys.
Well appreciated
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Smile Sort by department

Hi,
You can also add the department code in /etc/passwd in GECOS field (it is a comment field) and with the help of a small shell script you can easily monitor who is logged in from what departments. It is also helpful when your company is lacking licences to provide every department to work only in their schedule time.
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Old 29th January 2003, 02:13
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Monitoring logged in Users

Hi

Dear Old Vens,

Received your reply.
Yes, i was able to add into the 'comment field' . But I dont' understand about the script you mentioned. Furthermore with this , can I use licmon6.1 to monitor OR need I use something else?
Pls help................

ps: perhaps if you could help me with the script I would be able to understand better.

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Old 29th January 2003, 07:14
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Hi,

Frankly speaking there are several scripts providing this kind of monitoring. The idea is first scanning all OS ps grepping bshells among them then remember the needed fields (awk can help) then scanning /etc/passwd and sending to the output its contents matching working bshells. Finally the sort is needed in order to see the result in proper way.
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Old 29th January 2003, 09:18
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It is possible...

Dear,

I faced same problem but finally succeed, We are having three different plants at diffrent locations, diffrent department and contact nos.
I created a master table with login code, name, dept, contact no. fields. Using licmon, I have taken out to a text file and later file to table. Using same logic, I have given facilities like send message, kill session, print reports etc.

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Old 29th January 2003, 09:49
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Monitoring logged in users

Hi

Dont' quite understand why you need to create a table ?
At end of the day is this being monitored by end-users or by
administrators ?
Apologize for any inconvenience caused , i'am new...
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Old 29th January 2003, 10:52
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monitored users

Dear Dhnish,

It is only for Administrators, I made a menu driven program and everytime it refreshes when you select any option.

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Hi,

I use a script "login_user" in my server (hp-ux) to list BaaN users by their respective departments. I've attached a screen-shots for viewing.

Basically, the login_user scripts gives u the no. of ascii & gui BaaN users in each department and the details of who is log in.

If this is what you are looking for, then I will be gladly give u the scripts for testing.

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Dear Suhas,

Can u please elaborate how u have written that session & how ur using it through licmon. I found it very intersting , will be thankful if u can provide a detailed documentation.
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Hi

Hi Amarpreet,

Really it is very interesting. This utility act as a BaaN Administrator. Which will facilitates to select a active user or all users, send a message to selected user or all users, display users log on date, time, server name etc. info., display opened session(s) for particular or all users by entering random criteria. It also facilitates to kill particular active BaaN user or specific session or all users with specific session. It can give plant-wise, department-wise, active user list with his contact no. It has good User Interface and tough security to not work on other server. This is frequently being used.

Please find attached herewith screenshot of small tool of this utility called "Plantwise, Deptwise active user list."

How I made this, I already wrote.

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Dear Suhas

I am unable to find any attachment. I think u just missed to attach it.

Thanks again.

How is Aurangabad. It must be too hot these days there.
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Hi

Hi Amarpreet, (Your name is good)

No, because of size it is not accepted, I converted it in .jpg, please find now.

Aurangabad is good, yes, it is hot upto 44, but rarely I come across.

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