s3270 Manual Page

Contents

Name
Synopsis
Description
Options
Character Sets
NVT Mode
Toggles
Actions
File Transfer
The PrintText Action
Nested Scripts
Passthru
Proxy
Resources
Files
See Also
Copyrights
Version

Name

s3270 - IBM host access tool

Synopsis

s3270 [options] [host]
s3270 [options] session-file.s3270

Description

s3270 opens a telnet connection to an IBM host, then allows a script to control the host login session. It is derived from x3270(1), an X-windows IBM 3270 emulator. It implements RFCs 2355 (TN3270E), 1576 (TN3270) and 1646 (LU name selection), and supports IND$FILE file transfer. The full syntax for host is:
[prefix:]...[LUname@]hostname[:port]

Prepending a P: onto hostname causes the connection to go through the telnet-passthru service rather than directly to the host. See PASSTHRU below.

Prepending an S: onto hostname removes the "extended data stream" option reported to the host. See -tn below for further information.

Prepending an N: onto hostname turns off TN3270E support for the session.

Prepending an L: onto hostname causes s3270 to first create an SSL tunnel to the host, and then create a TN3270 session inside the tunnel. (This function is supported only if s3270 was built with SSL/TLS support). Note that TLS-encrypted sessions using the TELNET START-TLS option are negotiated with the host automatically; for these sessions the L: prefix should not be used.

Prepending a B: onto hostname changes the interaction of scripts and the host BIND-IMAGE message. Without B:, s3270 will unlock the keyboard as soon as a BIND-IMAGE is received. With B:, it will wait for a Write command that explicitly unlocks the keyboard.

A specific Logical Unit (LU) name to use may be specified by prepending it to the hostname with an `@'. Multiple LU names to try can be separated by commas. An empty LU can be placed in the list with an extra comma. (Note that the LU name is used for different purposes by different kinds of hosts. For example, CICS uses the LU name as the Terminal ID.)

The hostname may optionally be placed inside square-bracket characters `[' and `]'. This will prevent any colon `:' characters in the hostname from being interpreted as indicating option prefixes or port numbers. This allows numeric IPv6 addresses to be used as hostnames.

On systems that support the forkpty library call, the hostname may be replaced with -e and a command string. This will cause s3270 to connect to a local child process, such as a shell.

The port to connect to defaults to telnet. This can be overridden with the -port option, or by appending a port to the hostname with a colon `:'. (For compatability with previous versions of s3270 and with tn3270(1), the port may also be specified as a second, separate argument.)

Options

s3270 understands the following options:
-accepthostname spec
Specifies a particular hostname to accept when validating the name presented in the host's SSL certificate, instead of comparing to the name or address used to make the connection. spec can either be any, which disables name validation, DNS:hostname, which matches a particular DNS hostname, or IP:address, which matches a particular numeric IPv4 or IPv6 address.
-cadir directory
Specifies a directory containing CA (root) certificates to use when verifying a certificate provided by the host.
-cafile filename
Specifies a PEM-format file containing CA (root) certificates to use when verifying a certificate provided by the host.
-certfile filename
Specifies a file containing a certificate to provide to the host, if requested. The default file type is PEM.
-certfiletype type
Specifies the type of the certificate file specified by -certfile. Type can be pem or asn1.
-chainfile filename
Specifies a certificate chain file in PEM format, containing a certificate to provide to the host if requested, as well as one or more intermediate certificates and the CA certificate used to sign that certificate. If -chainfile is specified, it overrides -certfile.
-charset name
Specifies an EBCDIC host character set. See CHARACTER SETS below.
-clear toggle
Sets the initial value of toggle to false. The list of toggle names is under TOGGLES below.
-connecttimeout seconds
Specifies the time that s3270 will wait for a host connection to complete.
-devname name
Specifies a device name (workstation ID) for RFC 4777 support.
-httpd [addr:]port
Specifies a port and optional address to listen on for HTTP connections. Addr can be specified as `*' to indicate 0.0.0.0; the default is 127.0.0.1. IPv6 numeric addresses must be specified inside of square brackets, e.g., [::1]:4080 to specify the IPv6 loopback address and TCP port 4080.

Note that this option is mutually-exclusive with the -scriptport option and disables reading commands from standard input.

-keyfile filename
Specifies a file containing the private key for the certificate file (specified via -certfile or -chainfile). The default file type is PEM.
-keyfiletype type
Specifies the type of the private key file specified by -keyfile. Type can be pem or asn1.
-keypasswd type:value
Specifies the password for the private key file, if it is encrypted. The argument can be file:filename, specifying that the password is in a file, or string:string, specifying the password on the command-line directly. If the private key file is encrypted and no -keypasswd option is given, secure connections will not be allowed.
-km name
Specifies the local encoding method for multi-byte text. name is an encoding name recognized by the ICU library. (Supported only when s3270 is compiled with DBCS support, and necessary only when s3270 cannot figure it out from the locale.)
-loginmacro Action(arg...) ...
Specifies a macro to run at login time.
-minversion version
The minimum required version of s3270, e.g., 3.5ga8. If the running version is less than the specified version, s3270 will abort. The format of a version is major.minortypeiteration. type is ignored, and minor and iteration can be omitted.
-model name
The model of 3270 display to be emulated. The model name is in two parts, either of which may be omitted:

The first part is the base model, which is either 3278 or 3279. 3278 specifies a monochrome (green on black) 3270 display; 3279 specifies a color 3270 display.

The second part is the model number, which specifies the number of rows and columns. Model 4 is the default.

Model Number
Columns
Rows
2
80
24
3
80
32
4
80
43
5
132
27

Note: Technically, there is no such 3270 display as a 3279-4 or 3279-5, but most hosts seem to work with them anyway.

The default model is 3279-4.

-nvt
Start in NVT mode instead of waiting for the host to send data, and make the default terminal type xterm.
-oversize colsxrows
Makes the screen larger than the default for the chosen model number. This option has effect only in combination with extended data stream support (controlled by the "s3270.extended" resource), and only if the host supports the Query Reply structured field. The number of columns multiplied by the number of rows must not exceed 16383 (3fff hex), the limit of 14-bit 3270 buffer addressing.
-port n
Specifies a different TCP port to connect to. n can be a name from /etc/services like telnet, or a number. This option changes the default port number used for all connections. (The positional parameter affects only the initial connection.)
-proxy type:host[:port]
Causes s3270 to connect via the specified proxy, instead of using a direct connection. The host can be an IP address or hostname. The optional port can be a number or a service name. For a list of supported proxy types, see PROXY below.
-scriptport [addr:]port
Specifies a port and optional address to listen on for scripting connections. Addr can be specified as `*' to indicate 0.0.0.0; the default is 127.0.0.1. IPv6 numeric addresses must be specified inside of square brackets, e.g., [::1]:4081 to specify the IPv6 loopback address and TCP port 4081.

Note that this option is mutually-exclusive with the -httpd option and disables reading commands from standard input.

-scriptportonce
Allows s3270 to accept only one script connection. When that connection is broken, s3270 will exit.
-selfsignedok
When verifying a host SSL certificate, allow it to be self-signed.
-set toggle
Sets the initial value of toggle to true. The list of toggle names is under TOGGLES below.
-socket
Causes the emulator to create a Unix-domain socket when it starts, for use by script processes to send commands to the emulator. The socket is named /tmp/x3sck.pid. The -p option of x3270if causes it to use this socket, instead of pipes specified by environment variables.
-tn name
Specifies the terminal name to be transmitted over the telnet connection. The default name is IBM-model_name-E, for example, IBM-3278-4-E.

Some hosts are confused by the -E suffix on the terminal name, and will ignore the extra screen area on models 3, 4 and 5. Prepending an s: on the hostname, or setting the "s3270.extended" resource to "false", removes the -E from the terminal name when connecting to such hosts.

The name can also be specified with the "s3270.termName" resource.

-trace
Turns on data stream and event tracing at startup. The default trace file name is /tmp/x3trc.
-tracefile file
Specifies a file to save data stream and event traces into. If the name starts with `>>', data will be appended to the file.
-tracefilesize size
Places a limit on the size of a trace file. If this option is not specified, or is specified as 0 or none, the trace file size will be unlimited. The minimum size is 64 Kbytes. The value of size can have a K or M suffix, indicating kilobytes or megabytes respectively. When the trace file reaches the size limit, it will be renamed with a `-' appended and a new file started.
-user name
Specifies the user name for RFC 4777 support.
-utf8
Forces the local codeset to be UTF-8, ignoring the locale or Windows codepage.
-v
Display the version and build options for s3270 and exit.
-verifycert
For SSL or SSL/TLS connections, verify the host certificate, and do not allow the connection to complete unless it can be validated.
-xrm "s3270.resource: value"
Sets the value of the named resource to value. Resources control less common s3270 options, and are defined under RESOURCES below.

Character Sets

The -charset option or the "s3270.charset" resource controls the EBCDIC host character set used by s3270. Available sets include:

Charset Name
Host Code Page
Character Set
belgian
500
iso8859-1
belgian-euro
1148
iso8859-15
bracket
037
iso8859-1
brazilian
275
iso8859-1
chinese-gb18030
1388
iso8859-1 + iso10646-1
cp1047
1047
iso8859-1
cp870
870
iso8859-2
finnish
278
iso8859-1
finnish-euro
1143
iso8859-15
french
297
iso8859-1
french-euro
1147
iso8859-15
german
273
iso8859-1
german-euro
1141
iso8859-15
greek
423
iso8859-7
hebrew
424
iso8859-8
icelandic
871
iso8859-1
icelandic-euro
1149
iso8859-15
italian
280
iso8859-1
italian-euro
1144
iso8859-15
japanese-kana
930
jisx0201.1976-0 + jisx0208.1983-0
japanese-latin
939
jisx0201.1976-0 + jisx0208.1983-0
norwegian
277
iso8859-1
norwegian-euro
1142
iso8859-15
russian
880
koi8-r
simplified-chinese
935
iso8859-1 + gb2312.1980-0
slovenian
870
iso8859-2
spanish
284
iso8859-1
spanish-euro
1145
iso8859-15
swedish
278
iso8859-1
swedish-euro
1143
iso8859-15
thai
1160
iso8859-11 tis620.2529-0
traditional-chinese
937
iso8859-1 + Big5-0
turkish
1026
iso8859-9
uk
285
iso8859-1
uk-euro
1146
iso8859-15
us-euro
1140
iso8859-15
us-intl
037
iso8859-1

The default character set is bracket, which is useful for common U.S. IBM hosts which use EBCDIC codes AD and BD for the `[' and `]' characters, respectively.

Note that any of the host code pages listed above can be specified by adding cp to the host code page, e.g., cp037 for host code page 037. Also note that the code pages available for a given version of s3270 are displayed by the -v command-line option.

NVT Mode

Some hosts use an ASCII front-end to do initial login negotiation, then later switch to 3270 mode. s3270 will emulate an ANSI X3.64 terminal until the host places it in 3270 mode (telnet BINARY and SEND EOR modes, or TN3270E mode negotiation).

If the host later negotiates to stop functioning in 3270 mode, s3270 will return to NVT emulation.

In NVT mode, s3270 supports both character-at-a-time mode and line mode operation. You may select the mode with a menu option. When in line mode, the special characters and operational characteristics are defined by resources:

Mode/Character Resource Default
Translate CR to NL s3270.icrnl true
Translate NL to CR s3270.inlcr false
Erase previous character s3270.erase ^?
Erase entire line s3270.kill ^U
Erase previous word s3270.werase ^W
Redisplay line s3270.rprnt ^R
Ignore special meaning of next character s3270.lnext ^V
Interrupt s3270.intr ^C
Quit s3270.quit ^\
End of file s3270.eof ^D

Toggles

s3270 has a number of configurable modes which may be selected by the -set and -clear options. These names can also be used as the first parameter to the Toggle action, and are the names of resources that can be used to set or clear the value of each toggle at start-up.
aidWait
Changes the behavior of actions that send an AID to the host (Enter, Clear, PA and PF). When set, these actions no longer block until the host unlocks the keyboard. It is up to the script to poll the prompt for the unlocked state, or to use the Wait(Unlock) action to wait for the unlock.
blankFill
If set, s3270 modifies interactive 3270 behavior in two ways. First, when a character is typed into a field, all nulls in the field to the left of that character are changed to blanks. This eliminates a common 3270 data-entry surprise. Second, in insert mode, trailing blanks in a field are treated like nulls, eliminating the annoying `lock-up' that often occurs when inserting into an field with (apparent) space at the end.
lineWrap
If set, the NVT terminal emulator automatically assumes a NEWLINE character when it reaches the end of a line.
screenTrace
Turns on screen tracing at start-up. Each time the screen changes, its contents are appended to the file .
trace
Turns on data stream and event tracing at start-up. Network traffic (both a hexadecimal representation and its interpretation) is logged to the file . The directory for the trace file can be changed with the "s3270.traceDir" resource. Script commands are also traced.

Actions

Here is a complete list of basic s3270 actions. Script-specific actions are described on the x3270-script(1) manual page. )

Actions marked with an asterisk (*) may block, sending data to the host and possibly waiting for a response.

*Attn attention key
BackSpace move cursor left (or send ASCII BS)
BackTab tab to start of previous input field
CircumNot input "^" in NVT mode, or "¬" in 3270 mode
*Clear clear screen
*Connect(host) connect to host
*CursorSelect Cursor Select AID
Delete delete character under cursor (or send ASCII DEL)
DeleteField delete the entire field
DeleteWord delete the current or previous word
*Disconnect disconnect from host
Down move cursor down
Dup duplicate field
*Enter Enter AID (or send ASCII CR)
Erase erase previous character (or send ASCII BS)
EraseEOF erase to end of current field
EraseInput erase all input fields
Execute(cmd) execute a command in a shell
FieldEnd move cursor to end of field
FieldMark mark field
HexString(hex_digits) insert control-character string
Home move cursor to first input field
Insert set insert mode
*Interrupt send TELNET IP to host
Key(keysym) insert key keysym
Key(0xxx) insert key with character code xx
Left move cursor left
Left2 move cursor left 2 positions
MonoCase toggle uppercase-only mode
MoveCursor(row, col) move cursor to zero-origin (row,col)
Newline move cursor to first field on next line (or send ASCII LF)
NextWord move cursor to next word
*PA(n) Program Attention AID (n from 1 to 3)
*PF(n) Program Function AID (n from 1 to 24)
PreviousWord move cursor to previous word
PrintText(command) print screen text on printer
Quit exit s3270
Redraw redraw window
Reset reset locked keyboard
Right move cursor right
Right2 move cursor right 2 positions
*Script(command[,arg...]) run a script
*String(string) insert string (simple macro facility)
Tab move cursor to next input field
Toggle(option[,set|clear]) toggle an option
ToggleInsert toggle insert mode
ToggleReverse toggle reverse-input mode
*Transfer(option=value...') file transfer
Up move cursor up

Note that certain parameters to s3270 actions (such as the names of files and keymaps) are subject to substitutions:

The character ~ at the beginning of a string is replaced with the user's home directory. A ~ character followed by a username is replaced with that user's home directory.

Environment variables are substituted using the Unix shell convention of $name or ${name}.

Two special pseudo-environment variables are supported. ${TIMESTAMP} is replaced with a microsecond-resolution timestamp; ${UNIQUE} is replaced with a string guaranteed to make a unique filename (the process ID optionally followed by a dash and a string of digits). ${UNIQUE} is used to form trace file names.

File Transfer

The Transfer action implements IND$FILE file transfer. This action requires that the IND$FILE program be installed on the IBM host, and that the 3270 cursor be located in a field that will accept a TSO or VM/CMS command.

Because of the complexity and number of options for file transfer, the parameters to the Transfer action take the unique form of option=value, and can appear in any order. Note that if the value contains spaces (such as a VM/CMS file name), then the entire parameter must be quoted, e.g., "HostFile=xxx foo a". The options are:

Option Required? Default Other Values
Direction No receive send
HostFile Yes    
LocalFile Yes    
Host No tso vm, cics
Mode No ascii binary
Cr No remove add, keep
Remap No yes no
Exist No keep replace, append
Recfm No   fixed, variable, undefined
Lrecl No    
Blksize No    
Allocation No   tracks, cylinders, avblock
PrimarySpace Sometimes    
SecondarySpace No    
Avblock Sometimes    
BufferSize No 4096  

The option details are as follows.

Direction
send to send a file to the host, receive to receive a file from the host.
HostFile
The name of the file on the host.
LocalFile
The name of the file on the local workstation.
Host
The type of host (which dictates the form of the IND$FILE command): tso (the default), vm or cics.
Mode
Use ascii (the default) for a text file, which will be translated between EBCDIC and ASCII as necessary. Use binary for non-text files.
Cr
Controls how Newline characters are handled when transferring Mode=ascii files. remove (the default) strips Newline characters in local files before transferring them to the host. add adds Newline characters to each host file record before transferring it to the local workstation. keep preserves Newline characters when transferring a local file to the host.
Remap
Controls text translation for Mode=ascii files. The value yes (the default) causes s3270 to remap the text to ensure maximum compatibility between the workstation's character set and encoding and the host's EBCDIC code page. The value no causes s3270 to pass the text to or from the host as-is, leaving all translation to the IND$FILE program on the host.
Exist
Controls what happens when the destination file already exists. keep (the default) preserves the file, causing the Transfer action to fail. replace overwrites the destination file with the source file. append appends the source file to the destination file.
Recfm
Controls the record format of files created on the host. (TSO and VM hosts only.) fixed creates a file with fixed-length records. variable creates a file with variable-length records. undefined creates a file with undefined-length records (TSO hosts only). The Lrecl option controls the record length or maximum record length for Recfm=fixed and Recfm=variable files, respectively.
Lrecl
Specifies the record length (or maximum record length) for files created on the host. (TSO and VM hosts only.)
Blksize
Specifies the block size for files created on the host. (TSO and VM hosts only.)
Allocation
Specifies the units for the PrimarySpace and SecondarySpace options: tracks, cylinders or avblock. (TSO hosts only.)
PrimarySpace
Primary allocation for a file. The units are given by the Allocation option. Required when the Allocation is specified as something other than default. (TSO hosts only.)
SecondarySpace
Secondary allocation for a file. The units are given by the Allocation option. (TSO hosts only.)
Avblock
Average block size, required when Allocation specifies avblock. (TSO hosts only.)
BufferSize
Buffer size for DFT-mode transfers. Can range from 256 to 32768. Larger values give better performance, but some hosts may not be able to support them.

There are also resources that control the default values for each of the file transfer parameters. These resources have the same names as the Transfer keywords, but with ft prepended. E.g., the default for the Mode keyword is the s3270.ftMode resource.

The PrintText Action

The PrintText produces screen snapshots in a number of different forms. The default form wth no arguments sends a copy of the screen to the default printer. A single argument is the command to use to print, e.g., lpr.

Multiple arguments can include keywords to control the output of PrintText:

file filename
Save the output in a file.
html
Save the output as HTML. This option implies file.
rtf
Save the output as RichText. This option implies file. The font defaults to Courier New and the point size defaults to 8. These can be overridden by the printTextFont and printTextSize resources, respectively.
string
Return the output as a string. This can only be used from scripts.
modi
Render modified fields in italics.
caption text
Add the specified text as a caption above the output. Within text, the special sequence %T% will be replaced with a timestamp.
command command
Directs the output to a command. This allows one or more of the other keywords to be specified, while still sending the output to the printer.

Nested Scripts

There are several types of nested script functions available.
The String Action
The simplest method for nested scripts is provided via the String action. The arguments to String are one or more double-quoted strings which are inserted directly as if typed. The C backslash conventions are honored as follows. (Entries marked * mean that after sending the AID code to the host, s3270 will wait for the host to unlock the keyboard before further processing the string.)
\b Left
\exxxx EBCDIC character in hex
\f Clear*
\n Enter*
\pan PA(n)*
\pfnn PF(nn)*
\r Newline
\t Tab
\T BackTab
\uxxxx Unicode character in hex
\xxxxx Unicode character in hex

Note that the numeric values for the \e, \u and \x sequences can be abbreviated to 2 digits. Note also that EBCDIC codes greater than 255 and some Unicode character codes represent DBCS characters, which will work only if s3270 is built with DBCS support and the host allows DBCS input in the current field.

Note: The strings are in ASCII and converted to EBCDIC, so beware of inserting control codes.

There is also an alternate form of the String action, HexString, which is used to enter non-printing data. The argument to HexString is a string of hexadecimal digits, two per character. A leading 0x or 0X is optional. In 3270 mode, the hexadecimal data represent EBCDIC characters, which are entered into the current field. In NVT mode, the hexadecimal data represent ASCII characters, which are sent directly to the host.

The Script Action
This action causes s3270 to start a child process which can execute s3270 actions. Standard input and output from the child process are piped back to s3270. The Script action is fully documented in x3270-script(1).

Passthru

s3270 supports the Sun telnet-passthru service provided by the in.telnet-gw server. This allows outbound telnet connections through a firewall machine. When a p: is prepended to a hostname, s3270 acts much like the itelnet(1) command. It contacts the machine named internet-gateway at the port defined in /etc/services as telnet-passthru (which defaults to 3514). It then passes the requested hostname and port to the in.telnet-gw server.

Proxy

The -proxy option or the s3270.proxy resource causes s3270 to use a proxy server to connect to the host. The syntax of the option or resource is:
type:host[:port]
The supported values for type are:
Proxy Type
Protocol
Default Port
http
RFC 2817 HTTP tunnel (squid)
3128
passthru
Sun in.telnet-gw
none
socks4
SOCKS version 4
1080
socks5
SOCKS version 5 (RFC 1928)
1080
telnet
No protocol (just send connect host port)
none

The special types socks4a and socks5d can also be used to force the proxy server to do the hostname resolution for the SOCKS protocol.

Resources

Certain s3270 options can be configured via resources. Resources are defined by -xrm options. The definitions are similar to X11 resources, and use a similar syntax. The resources available in s3270 are:

Resource Default Option Purpose
blankFill False -set blankFill Blank Fill mode
charset bracket -charset EBCDIC character set
dbcsCgcsgid     Override DBCS CGCSGID
dsTrace False -trace Data stream tracing
eof ^D   NVT-mode EOF character
erase ^H   NVT-mode erase character
extended True   Use 3270 extended data stream
eventTrace False -trace Event tracing
icrnl False   Map CR to NL on NVT-mode input
inlcr False   Map NL to CR in NVT-mode input
intr ^C   NVT-mode interrupt character
kill ^U   NVT-mode kill character
lineWrap False -set lineWrap NVT line wrap mode
lnext ^V   NVT-mode lnext character
m3279 (note 1) -model 3279 (color) emulation
monoCase False -set monoCase Mono-case mode
numericLock False   Lock keyboard for numeric field error
oerrLock False   Lock keyboard for input error
oversize   -oversize Oversize screen dimensions
port telnet -port Non-default TCP port
quit ^\   NVT-mode quit character
rprnt ^R   NVT-mode reprint character
sbcsCgcsgid     Override SBCS CGCSGID
secure False   Disable "dangerous" options
termName (note 2) -tn TELNET terminal type string
traceDir /tmp   Directory for trace files
traceFile (note 3) -tracefile File for trace output
werase ^W   NVT-mode word-erase character

Note 1: m3279 defaults to False. It can be forced to True with the proper -model option.

Note 2: The default terminal type string is constructed from the model number, color emulation, and extended data stream modes. E.g., a model 2 with color emulation and the extended data stream option would be sent as IBM-3279-2-E. Note also that when TN3270E mode is used, the terminal type is always sent as 3278, but this does not affect color capabilities.

Note 3: The default trace file is x3trc.pid in the directory specified by the traceDir resource.

If more than one -xrm option is given for the same resource, the last one on the command line is used.

Files

/usr/local/lib/x3270/ibm_hosts

See Also

x3270-script(1), x3270(1), c3270(1), tcl3270(1), telnet(1), tn3270(1)
Data Stream Programmer's Reference, IBM GA23-0059
Character Set Reference, IBM GA27-3831
RFC 1576, TN3270 Current Practices
RFC 1646, TN3270 Extensions for LUname and Printer Selection
RFC 2355, TN3270 Enhancements

Copyrights

Copyright © 1993-2016, Paul Mattes.
Copyright © 2004-2005, Don Russell.
Copyright © 2004, Dick Altenbern.
Copyright © 1990, Jeff Sparkes.
Copyright © 1989, Georgia Tech Research Corporation (GTRC), Atlanta, GA 30332.
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