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Operating Systems AIX No Keyboard in CDE session Post 100534 by hookerxy on Tuesday 28th of February 2006 09:22:09 AM
Old 02-28-2006
I figured out that I have to disable on Windows Keyboard the Numpad, then I am able to type the login credentials. Smilie
 

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DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace(library call)									    DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace(library call)

NAME
DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace -- set the current workspace SYNOPSIS
#include <Dt/Wsm.h> int DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace( Widget widget, Atom aWorkspace); DESCRIPTION
The DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace function works with the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), and sets the current workspace. Applications can use this function to switch from the current workspace to another workspace. The widget argument is a realized widget on the screen of interest. The aWorkspace argument is the name (in X atom form) of the workspace to be made current. RETURN VALUE
Upon successful completion, the DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace function returns Success; otherwise, it returns a value not equal to Success. APPLICATION USAGE
If the DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace function is not successful, the most likely reason for failure is that the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), is not running. The DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace function requires a widget. A gadget is not acceptable for the widget argument. DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace sends a message to the CDE workspace manager, dtwm(1), to switch workspaces. If the workspace name is not valid, no action is taken and the workspace manager reports no error. SEE ALSO
Dt/Wsm.h - DtWsm(5), dtwm(1), DtWsmGetCurrentWorkspace(3). DtWsmSetCurrentWorkspace(library call)

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