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Softlanding Change Management – Turnover User Approval Lists 

 June 15, 2011

By  NickLitten

Softlanding Turnover Change Management tool works great and has a nice windows front end (based on Eclipse) and most of the functions are easy to find. For those green screen stalwarts out there – you can also access Turnover from the green screen 5250 command line. Most functions are pretty easy to find but some like the pesky approval lists are a little more complicated to hunt down.

Me waffling about TURNOVER

Case in point the “Turnover User Approval Lists” can be found like this :

TURNOVER FOR WINDOWS

Click SYSTEM | Administration | Approval Lists and see:

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We can also do these same functions using the basic green screen interface.

TURNOVER TERMINAL COMMAND LINE

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The TURNOVER menu looks like this:

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Now you can select the LEVEL that you want to define an approval list for. You can enter a 17 to go direct to the approval list or you can do it the long way like this:

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NickLitten


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