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{
int number = (new Integer(argv[3])).intValue();
System.out.println("Try to Logon "+number+" Users");
for (i=0;i<number;i++)
{
System.out.println("try to connect to " + argv[0]);
logonTime=System.currentTimeMillis();
String url; url = "jdbc:db2:" + argv[0];
con[i] = DriverManager.getConnection(url, argv[1], argv[2]);
logonTime=System.currentTimeMillis()-logonTime;
logonTimeAll=logonTimeAll+logonTime;
System.out.println("User #"+i+" connected in "+logonTime+"
ms");
}
}
System.out.println("connected "+i+" Users in "+logonTimeAll+" ms
\n");
System.out.println("press <Enter> to disconnect and Exit");
inbuffer.readLine();
for (int j=0;j<i;j++)
{
con[j].close();
}
}
}
12.3.3 Network/firewall issue
There might be a network or firewall between the Content Manager clients and
the server. Sometimes, the network or firewall delays the entire logon process.
In one scenario, some users could log on to their Windows clients quickly, but
others had some performance issues when logging on to their Windows clients.
These Windows clients are in different physical locations, and the Content
Manager server is on the remote site.
We need to ask several questions in this scenario.
User ID issue?
We use ICMADMIN to log on to all of the good and bad Windows clients. A good
Windows client means that there is no performance issue when logging on to the

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