Com-Plete Logon Guide

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How to logon to Com-Plete

Step 1

Prerequisite: In order to be able to logon to Com-Plete, the "Information Systems and Computing TN3270" screen must be displayed. If you cannot access this screen, contact your department's network administrator.

Information Systems & Computing TN3270 Screen
Figure 1

The TN3270 screen displays all the services that are available to you, such as VM, COMPLETE, and PEGASUS. An example of this screen is displayed above.

To invoke Com-Plete as your service:

  1. Type COMPLETE as your service selection, immediately adjacent to the "==>" arrow.
  2. Press Enter to continue.

Note: Type COMPLETE in upper case (COMPLETE), lower case (complete), or mixed case (ComPlete). Do not hyphenate "complete".

Hint: Use the Tab key to position the cursor.


Step 2

The "COM-PLETE System Logon" screen is displayed (refer to the example below).

Com-Plete System Logon
Figure 2

There are 2 options available to you: logon to Com-Plete, or, End.

Logon to Com-Plete:

  1. Input your assigned Com-Plete User Id at the User ID prompt;
  2. Input your current Com-Plete Password at the Password prompt;
  3. Press Enter to Continue.

Hint: Use the Tab key to position the cursor, if you need to.

End (if you do not want to logon to Com-Plete):

  1. Press PF3 to End your session, or, input LOGOFF at the User ID prompt.
  2. The "Information Systems and Computing TN3270" screen is displayed.


Step 3

If you have correctly entered your Userid and Password, the Logged On screen is displayed (refer to the example below).

Logged on Screen
Figure 3

This screen displays the date and time you were last logged on to Com-Plete.

  1. Review the "Previous" logon Date and Time. It should correspond to the last time you believe you logged on.
  2. If you believe the Previous logon Date or Time is incorrect, contact the IS&C Security Administrator.
  3. Press Enter to finish the logon to Com-Plete.


Step 4

For most users, the COM-PASS menu is displayed (see the example below). This indicates a successful logon to Com-Plete!

Com-Pass Menu
Figure 4

Some users of the "All-in-One" application may have a special configuration that bypasses the COM-PASS menu (see example below).

If you are such an "All-in-One" user, you may have additional applications or services listed on this menu. Select an application by entering its "Code"; then press 'Enter'.

All-in-One Application Menu
Figure 5

How to logoff Com-Plete (from a Com-Pass Menu)

Terminate your Com-Plete session by typing logoff directly under the "Enter Input:" prompt on the Com-Pass screen (see example below).

Com-Pass Menu Logoff
Figure 8

How to logoff Com-Plete (from the All-in-One Menu)

If you are an "All-in-One" user, whose configuration by-passes the Com-Pass screen, there are 2 ways to logoff Com-Plete.

From the "Application Menu" (see below example):

  1. Press PF3 (quit) to terminate Com-Plete;
  2. OR, input a period (".") as the "Code:"; press Enter.
  3. Your Com-Plete session is terminated.

All-in-One Application Menu, Logoff Options

How to change your Com-Plete Password

This section explains how you can change your Com-Plete password in four easy steps.
Before you attempt to change your Com-Plete password you should:

  • Make up a new Com-Plete password -- up to eight characters in length.
  • Locate the TAB and ENTER keys on your keyboard.
  • You should be at the "COM-PLETE System Logon" screen, and your cursor should be positioned at User ID.

The "COM-PLETE System Logon" Screen
Figure 2

To change your Com-Plete password in four steps:

  1. Type your User ID in User ID.
    Press the TAB key (your cursor will move forward to Password).
  2. Type your current password in Password.
    Press the TAB key (your cursor will move forward to New password).
  3. Type your new password in New password.
    Press ENTER to continue.
    The following message will appear at the top of your screen:
    COMULG0028-UCSBMVS Confirm password change.
    This message means that you must confirm the spelling of your new password.
  4. To confirm the spelling of your password, retype your new password in New password.
    Press ENTER to continue.
    A new screen will appear, which will contain a message like:
    COMULG0003-UCSBMVS Last access at .....
    This is known as the BROADCAST screen, and additional messages may be displayed.
    Press ENTER to continue past this screen.

Congratulations! You have successfully changed your password and have logged onto Com-Plete.


.... If you cannot change your password ....

There are several reasons why you may not be able to change your password.

If you are having experiencing trouble, try pressing PF3 - End (this key is visible at the bottom of the "COM-PLETE System Logon" Screen) and re-attempt.

If you continue to have difficulties, please contact Terry Malosh (893-3521) for assistance.

How to logon to Natural

Why do I need to logon to Natural?

Many of IS & C's most popular systems, such as STAR01, PYLV01, and SREG01, are written in Software AG's Natural programming language.

(Note: if you are an "All-in-One" user, your configuration may bypass the Natural Logon Screen and this section may not apply to you.)

What is the relationship between Com-Plete and Natural?

Natural is a service that runs under Com-Plete.

To logon to a Natural Application:

  1. You must be logged onto Com-Plete, positioned at the Com-Pass screen.
  2. On the Com-Pass screen, find the Service Description named Natural. Press the Function key, or letter, corresponding to it (it may be PF1, for example).
  3. The "Welcome To the UCSB Natural System" screen is displayed. An example of this screen is displayed below.
  4. Type the name of the Natural application to logon to (type directly over FIN); press Enter.
  5. You will be logged on to the Natural Application (if you have been authorized for it).

Natural System Welcome screen
Figure 10

Which Natural Applications may you logon to?

Important: You may only logon to applications for which you have been authorized.

To view all the applications for which you have been authorized, type a "?" directly over the "F" in "FIN" and press Enter (as in the below example).

How to generate a list of your authorized Natural applications
Figure 11

The first screen displayed has the title "You are linked directly to". Press Enter to view any subsequent screens.

Sample list of authorized Natural applications
Figure 12

Carefully follow the instructions at the bottom, especially if you wish to see more applications you may be authorized to use.

How to logoff Natural

To logoff from the Natural system, type the word "FIN" on the "Welcome to the UCSB Natural System" screen.

(Note: "FIN" is an abbreviation for "FINISH".)

Other terms, such as Bye, Quit, End, Done, Stop, Logoff, etc., will not work!

Natural System Welcome screen, used to logoff Natural
Figure 10