When you install an upgrade version of Rumba for the Mainframe over an existing 16-bit version, the installation program converts settings that were previously in the rumba.ini file into Windows registry entries
The table below lists the old file transfer rumba.ini settings, the new Windows Registry entry, and describes the purpose of each setting.
|This rumba.ini setting||Converts to this Windows registry entry||Purpose|
|[FTX] Blank Screen||BlankScreen (DWORD)||Specifies whether the screen should be blank while Rumba displays the File Transfer Configuration dialog box. When the dialog box first appears, the screen is frozen. When the dialog box closes, the screen refreshes with the current buffer contents.|
|[FTX] NOPA1||NOPA1 (DWORD)||Disables the PA1 key from being automatically sent to the host following a TSO file transfer or file list command. Some host
applications, such as session managers, reserve the PA1 key for special functions. Enabling the NOPA1 setting prevents Rumba
from interfering with these host applications.
NOPA1=0 means disabled.
NOPA1=1 means enabled.
Note: For compatibility with older versions of Rumba, the value NOPA1=2 is supported as an alternative for the ListcatWithATTN setting.
|[FTX] ListcatWith ATTN||ListcatWith ATTN (DWORD)||Overrides the default behavior of sending a PA1 following a LISTCAT command. Rumba issues the LISTCAT command internally to generate the file list in the File Transfer dialog box. When ListcatWithATTN is specified, the LISTCAT command is terminated by sending an Attention key, rather than a PA1, to the host. To disable the setting, assign the value 0. To enable the setting, assign the value 1.|
|[FTX]IND_Timeout||IND_Timeout (DWORD)||Adjusts file transfer responsiveness by specifying the amount of time to wait before timing out during a file transfer command. The setting specifies the timeout in milliseconds.|
|[FTX] List_Timeout||List_Timeout (DWORD)||Adjusts file transfer responsiveness by specifying the amount of time to wait before timing out during a file list command. The setting specifies the timeout in milliseconds.|