DELETE.SERVER

DELETE.SERVER

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The DELETE.SERVER command removes a QMNet or VFS server from QM's list of public server definitions. The DELETE.PRIVATE.SERVER command deletes a private server definition that is local to the QM session.

 

 

Format

 

DELETE.SERVER name

DELETE.PRIVATE.SERVER name

 

where

 

nameis the name previously used in a SET.SERVER, SET.VFS.SERVER or SET.PRIVATE.SERVER command to define the server name that is now to be deleted.

 

 

QMNet allows an application to access QM data files on other servers as though they were local file, with complete support for concurrency control via file and record locks. Servers are defined by the system administrator using the SET.SERVER or SET.PRIVATE.SERVER command and may subsequently be deleted with the DELETE.SERVER or DELETE.PRIVATE.SERVER command.

 

Virtual File Systems (VFS) servers created with the SET.VFS.SERVER command can also be deleted with DELETE.SERVER.

 

The DELETE.SERVER command to delete a public server definition requires administrator rights within QM and can only be executed from the QMSYS account.

 

Any QMNet or VFS connections currently open to the server that is being deleted will not be affected.

 

 

Example

 

DELETE.SERVER ADMIN

 

This example will delete the server known within QM as ADMIN.

 

 

See also:

The virtual file system, QMNet, ADMIN.SERVER, LIST.SERVERS, SET.SERVER