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15-3
Buffer Functions (Polling)
15.1.2. Setting the Partition
The following events will cause NetLink II to set a data partition:
1. Menu-Driven Read Session: When the Buffer Functions menu is
used to release data, a partition will be set for the port that initiated
the read session. This partition will include all data selected by the
Read Session Parameters menu. For more information, please refer to
Section 15.2.
2. Command Driven Read Session: When command ^B01 is invoked,
a partition will be set for the port that initiated the command. This
partition will include all data specified by the ^B01 command
arguments. For more information, please refer to Section 15.3.
3. Set Partition Function: When the Set Partition function (Buffer
Functions Menu) is initiated, a partition will be set for the port that
activated the function. This partition will include all data currently
specified by the Read Session Parameters menu. If the Data Type and
Source port have not been selected, the partition will include all data
by default. For more information, please refer to Section 15.2.
4. Command ^B00: When command ^B00 (Set Partition) is invoked
with the proper arguments, a partition will be set for the port that
invoked the command. This partition will include all data specified by
the ^B00 command arguments. For more information, please refer to
Section 15.3.1.
5. Push: When a Push operation is in progress, a partition will
be set which will include all files that were requested via the
Push Configuration menu. For more information, please refer to
Section 15.4.
6. Server: While data is being downloaded from the NetLink II using
the Server feature, a partition will be set which will include all files
that were requested by the SFTP/FTP client. For more information,
please refer to Section 15.5.
Notes:
Partitions remain in effect until the partition owner exits
command mode, invokes one of the partition release commands,
sets a new partition, or the SFTP/FTP operation is complete.
Other ports are not allowed to access partitioned data until the
partition is released.
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