Re: What is ACME_SERVER?
Date: Mon, 20 Oct 2003 11:20:57 -0400
Of course, if the test is for "true or false" and not for text, then
0,1,T,Y,F,N, and their expansions should all work.
From: brad@.gateway.2wire.net (Bradford J. Hamilton) on 10/20/2003 09:34
Please respond to brad@.gateway.2wire.net (Bradford J. Hamilton)
Subject: Re: What is ACME_SERVER?
In article <ECPSq7LZVGBB@eisner.encompasserve.org>, Kilgallen@SpamCop.net
(Larry Kilgallen) writes:
!In article <eHFkb.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
brad@.gateway.2wire.net (Bradford J. Hamilton) writes:
!> manual indicate otherwise? Perhaps the manual needs updating?
I sent an email this morning, detailing the differences between the
SYLOGICALS (they indicate that the logical should be set TRUE or FALSE),
the information in the manual (which states that the logical should be set
YES, but remains silent as to what the logical negation for YES is. I take
to be NO.)
I am trying my system at work with the logical set to NO, but it may be a
days (at least) before I can see if that worked, since I don't intend to
down the system just to test the logical. :-)
I'm not intending to be argumentative here, I just want to find out how to
this correctly. I don't think I'll ever be using ACM Services on the
at work (now or in the future), so I can't see the need for the server. If
find that I need the server in the future, then all I need to do is to
the server, and change the logical. I guess I'm just a control freak. :-)
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