On Wed, 05 December 2001, chris.whisonant@comporium.com wrote:

> Why isn't the default on this command parameter *YES in the first place?
> Is
> there a cost involved?  Why would anyone ever willingly choose ENDCNN(*NO)?
> Booth,
> There could be a situation where the user does not want to end the
> connection but just the session. For instance, we have a job in which we
> have to sign off and right back on. However, the default for most cases
> should probably be to end the connection.

And it gets interesting when the PC configuration is set for 

But I support a default of ENDCNN(*YES).

Tom Liotta

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