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1 DISCONNECT

Breaks the connection between a physical terminal and a virtual terminal. After the physical terminal is disconnected, both the virtual terminal and the process using it remain on the system. Requires that your physical terminal is connected to a virtual terminal. Format DISCONNECT 2 Qualifier /CONTINUE /CONTINUE /NOCONTINUE (default) Controls whether the CONTINUE command is executed in the current process just before connecting to another process. This procedure permits an interrupted image to continue processing after the disconnection until the process needs terminal input or attempts to write to the terminal. At that point, the process waits until the physical terminal is reconnected to the virtual terminal. 2 Examples 1.$ DISCONNECT This command disconnects a physical terminal from a virtual terminal, but does not log the process out. Now you can use the physical terminal to log in again. 2.$ RUN PAYROLL <Ctrl/Y> $ DISCONNECT/CONTINUE In this example, the RUN command is entered from a physical terminal that is connected to a virtual terminal. After the image PAYROLL.EXE is interrupted, the DISCONNECT command disconnects the physical and the virtual terminals without logging out the process. The /CONTINUE qualifier allows the image PAYROLL.EXE to continue to execute until the process needs terminal input or attempts to write to the terminal. At that point, the process waits until the physical terminal is reconnected to the virtual terminal. However, you can use the physical terminal to log in again and perform other work.

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