This command causes Natural to use the appropriate converter routine for the specified device type.
If the TP environment is not able to inform Natural of the physical terminal type it is working with (in which case the terminal type would be set automatically), this command may be used to specify the terminal type. This allows Natural to build the appropriate attribute sequence to operate the terminal.
The default terminal types used by Natural (if no information is passed
from the TP environment) are
%T=3270 (for z/OS,
or the value defined in PDN unless overridden by the parameter
T975X (for BS2000
Instead of the
%T= command, you can also use
the profile parameter
The above syntax lists only the most commonly used terminal types. If your terminal is of another type, ask your Natural administrator to check the
NATCONFG module to ascertain whether the terminal type can be