Waiting for OIA flags

After analyzing outbound data, ZIETrans waits for the OIA flags to indicate that the host is ready for the user to send more inbound data. In some cases, OIA flags already indicate this condition after analyzing outbound data, and waiting for OIA flags completes immediately. By default, ZIETrans waits for up to 5 minutes for the STATE_SYS_LOCK (System Lock) and the STATE_TIME (Keyboard Inhibited) flags to be cleared. Both these conditions can be customized with the settings defined in Table 1, which apply regardless of which strategy is used to analyze outbound data.
Table 1. OIA customization settings
Setting (case-sensitive) Description Default
keyboardInhibitedWait Specifies whether to wait for the keyboard inhibited OIA flag to be cleared. If set to false, ZIETrans only waits for the system lock OIA flag to be cleared. This setting is used to send keyboard-inhibited screens to the client. true
oiaLockMaxWait Specifies the maximum amount of time, in milliseconds, that ZIETrans waits for the OIA flags to indicate that the user can send more data. This value can be decreased if you want to return locked screens faster. Values too low can impair screen reliability. It is recommended that if you need to return certain locked screens to the user, try using the keyboardInhibitedWait setting before changing oiaLockMaxWait. 300000 milliseconds (equals 5 minutes), unless the asynchronous update applet is enabled and running. If so, the default is the value of default.appletDelayInterval, described in Table 2.