The Question is:
Is it possible to display multiple remote displays from the output of a single
application at a dcl level.
ex. set display/cre/node=node1,node2
(I am aware this command will not accept multiple node params)
The Answer is :
The OpenVMS Wizard will assume you seek a means to replicate the
X Windows client output intended for a single X Windows server
display onto multiple X Windows server displays.
The SET DISPLAY command defines the default X Windows display;
the X Windows server that will be responsible. An X Windows
client application can open displays, possibly on multiple X
Windows servers, however, that will require the application to
be explicitly written for the purpose.
This task can also be provided with a custom X Windows server.
All it need do is capture the stream of X protocol packets,
duplicate and redirect them to target X servers. Somewhat like
the Unix tee utility, though for X packet traffic. The standard
X Windows utility for similar purposes is xliddy, and xliddy could
form the basis of such a program. Please see DECW$EXAMPLES: for
information. Also please see the X Windows Virtual Frame Buffer
that is available on the OpenVMS Freeware for information on
direct access into a simulated frame buffer.