• response files

    From Richard Webb@1:116/901 to all on Saturday, August 15, 2009 23:16:18
    Hello all!

    Need to pick the brains of you oldtimer binkley gurus on
    this subject. YEs I know about response file templates and
    the pktrsp config verb.

    AS I understand it, if you haven't specified pktrsp then a
    text file is built in the apporpriate outbound for the
    request which is net and node in hex with appropriate
    leading zeroes. I would assume this is even true when
    pktrsp is enabled, and the packet built from this file
    before sending and disconnecting from the requester. WOuld
    this be coorect?

    WHat I"m wanting to do. Build a function request which will then cause certain
    actions to be performed later, when not
    connected. But, I want to give the requester some feedback
    about the status of his/her request not provided for in the
    usual response file templates which will be determined by
    the batch file invoked. Am I assuming correctly here?

    --- timEd 1.10.y2k+
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