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How to Enable and Disable a Destination Member

Last update June 9, 2015

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The properties that are assigned to a particular destination member take effect only when that destination member is enabled. The destination definition remains enabled until a command to disable it is issued.

Two basic ways to enable control library members:

  • Using the CA XCOM Data Transport MODIFY command ENABLE
    The ENABLE command allows the user to enable only one control library member at a time. Control members can be disabled using the CA XCOM Data Transport DISABLE command. The ENABLE and DISABLE commands can be issued at any time.
  • Using CA XCOM Data Transport START parameter
    The START parameter allows several destination members to be enabled automatically but only at CA XCOM Data Transport initialization.

Below, both methods of enabling/disabling control library members are described in greater detail. For complete details, see the Operation and Control topic in the Using section.

ENABLE and DISABLE Commands

To enable a control library member

Use the following ENABLE command:

F XCOM,ENABLE,member_name
  • member_name
    The control library member to be enabled.
Note: If the member_name is a TYPE=SUPERLIST destination member, the ENABLE attempts to enable all the members that are contained in the superlist.

Example

The MODIFY command F XCOM,ENABLE,LU2310 activates the destination member LU2310 in the CA XCOM Data Transport control library.

To disable a control library member

Use the following DISABLE command:

F XCOM,DISABLE,member_name{,ALL|FORCE|FORCEALL}
  • member_name
    The control library member to be deactivated.
  • ALL
    Indicates that all lists in the specified superlist are disabled.
  • FORCE
    Indicates that the specified superlist is disabled, but that the individual lists in the superlist are not to be disabled.
  • FORCEALL
    Indicates that a superlist named in another superlist is disabled, and all individual lists that are named in the superlist.

The optional parameters ALL, FORCE, and FORCEALL are supported only when the member_name is a TYPE=SUPERLIST destination member.

Example

The MODIFY command F XCOM,DISABLE,LU2310 deactivates the destination member LU2310 in the CA XCOM Data Transport control library.

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