Buffer Functions (Polling)
1. “Read” Session Parameters
2. Set Partition
3. Release Partition
4. Enter “Read” Session
5. Erase Partition Data
6. Erase All Data
7. Erase All Data & Clear Alarm Clue Counters
8. Release Remote Partition
Press <ESC> to return to previous menu ...
Figure 16.3: Buffer Functions Menu
c) Re-read Last Data Record (^B06): This option is used when
releasing groups of records (Record Count) as described in
Section 16.2.2. For example, if Record Count is set at 5, the VIP
will release a group of ﬁve records and then pause. To resend this
group, invoke command ^B06.
d) Exit (^B30): To exit from data release mode and return to the
Buffer Functions menu, invoke command ^B30.
• When all speciﬁed records have been released, the "End
Data" message is sent. If "Hold End Data" is enabled, a ^B02
command is required in order to release the End Data message
and complete the data release procedure.
• If "Data On ^B01" is disabled, a ^B02 command must be sent in
order to begin the data release.
5. Erase Partition Data: Erases all data in the current memory partition.
The VIP will display a "Sure ?" prompt; if conﬁrmation is given, all
data in the partition will then be erased. Note that this function will
not erase records received after the partition was set.
6. Erase All Data: Erases all stored records, including records in
partitions owned by other ports. Note that the VIP will not erase
records that are currently being read by another port.
7. Erase All Data & Clear Alarm Counters: Erases all stored records
(including records in partitions owned by other ports), and resets all
Alarm Clue Counters to zero.
Note: Erased call records cannot be recovered.
8. Release Remote Partition: (Supervisor Mode Only) Releases a
partition established by another port. Allows access to data assigned
to another port. Note that a remote partition cannot be released while
another port is reading data from that partition.