I have been receiving screen transition errors, which appear to be related
to a Screen.DefaultReadyState of ignoreempywrites. The screens that I have
to deal with do not appear to be sending a screen that is recognized has
having been changed, after the first [enter]. This is a function of the
CICS transaction themselves.
The Screensurfer template then apparently hibernates for the duration of the
ScreenTimeout setting before proceeding. I received a suggestion the other
day to increase the timeout to 60000 or 60 seconds. All that does is cause
the hibernation period to increase, thus delaying processing further. In my
experiments, reducing the timeout to 2500ms dramatically improves
performance, but is only masking the real problem.
I have mailed a session log file and the template trace for a session in
which this error occurs. I am also mailed the template itself. I have
been experimenting, but have not come to a solution. Please review these