After completing disaster recovery restore to the same AS400 after having three damaged disks, I am getting message CWBC01049 - The AS/400 server application is not started when trying to connect via Client Access.
What do I do?
Most of the time this message indicates that some iSeries Access servers are not started. Try to restart it using STRHOSTSVR *ALL . To check whether the services are started, use command NETSTAS -> choose option 3 -> see ports starting with letters as in listen state.
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