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2 LINK Deletes a logical link from a node. You must have OPER privilege to use this command. Format DELETE LINK link-name 3 Parameter link-name Specifies the name of the link that you want to delete. Use the SHOW LINK command for a list of the links that are defined for your node. 3 Qualifiers /LOG /LOG /NOLOG  Specifies whether LATCP displays a message confirming that the link was deleted. If you do not specify the /LOG or /NOLOG qualifier, the default is that no message will be displayed. 3 Example LATCP> DELETE LINK NETWORK_A /LOG The DELETE LINK command in this example deletes the link NETWORK_A. The link was created with the CREATE LINK command. 2 PORT Deletes a logical port from a node. You must have OPER privilege to use this command. Format DELETE PORT port-name 3 Parameter port-name Specifies the name of the application port or the dedicated port that you want to delete. An application port connects to a remote device on a terminal server, whereas a dedicated port connects to a special service. Use the SHOW PORT command for a list of the application ports and the dedicated ports that are defined for your service node. You cannot use the DELETE PORT command to delete an interactive or forward LAT port. 3 Qualifiers /LOG /LOG /NOLOG Specifies whether LATCP displays a message confirming that the port was deleted. If you do not specify the /LOG or /NOLOG qualifier, the default is that no message will be displayed. 3 Example LATCP> DELETE PORT LTA27: The DELETE PORT command in this example deletes the LTA27: application port. The port was created with the CREATE PORT command. 2 QUEUE_ENTRY Deletes an incoming queued request, or entry, from the local node. Format DELETE QUEUE_ENTRY queue-entry-id 3 Parameter queue-entry-id Specifies the identification number (ID) of the queued entry that you want to delete. Use the SHOW QUEUE_ENTRY command to view the list of queued entries and their IDs. 3 Example LATCP> DELETE QUEUE_ENTRY 0056 The DELETE QUEUE_ENTRY command deletes the queued request with an ID of 0056. 2 SERVICE Deletes a service that your service node currently offers. You must have OPER privilege to use this command. Format DELETE SERVICE service-name 3 Parameter service-name Specifies the name of the service, as displayed by the SHOW SERVICE command. 3 Qualifiers /LOG /LOG /NOLOG Specifies whether LATCP displays a message confirming that the service was deleted. If you do not specify the /LOG or /NOLOG qualifier, the default is that no message will be displayed. 3 Example LATCP> DELETE SERVICE SALES The DELETE SERVICE command in this example removes the service SALES from your service node. The service is no longer available to server users.

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