1 ATTACHTransfers control from your current process (which then hibernates) to the specified process. The ATTACH and SPAWN commands cannot be used if your terminal has an associated mailbox. Format ATTACH [process-name] 2 Parameter process-name Specifies the name of a parent process or spawned subprocess to which control passes. The process must already exist, be part of your current job, and share the same input stream as your current process. However, the process cannot be your current process or a subprocess created with the /NOWAIT qualifier. Process names can contain from 1 to 15 alphanumeric characters. If a connection to the specified process cannot be made, an error message is displayed. The process-name parameter is incompatible with the /IDENTIFICATION qualifier. 2 Qualifier /IDENTIFICATION /IDENTIFICATION=pid Specifies the process identification (PID) of the process to which terminal control will be transferred. Leading zeros can be omitted. The /IDENTIFICATION qualifier is incompatible with the process-name parameter. If you omit the /IDENTIFICATION qualifier, you must specify a process name. 2 Examples 1.$ ATTACH JONES_2 The ATTACH command transfers the terminal's control to the subprocess JONES_2. 2.$ ATTACH/IDENTIFICATION=30019 The ATTACH command switches control from the current process to a process having the PID 30019. Notice that because the /IDENTIFICATION qualifier is specified, the process-name parameter is omitted.