tcl.end Verb: Access/TCL

tcl.end

Command tcl.end Verb: Access/TCL
Applicable release versions: AP
Category TCL (746)
Description terminates a process on another port, or the current port if a port.number is not specified.

"end" also stops processing at the previous level and returns to the preceding level TCL prompt. However, if there is an active list at the current level, then list list will be cleared, and control will not return to the previous level.

The "end" command can also be used to stop a TCL command that was sent to another line by the "tcl" command, or to terminate a "phantom" job. (See the "z", "zh", "zhs" and "zs" commands).

This command requires a sys2 privilege level.

If the "port.number" and user-id are not specified, "end" stops the process on the current line.

"end" also clears an active list.
Syntax end {port.number user-id}
Options
Example
end

This ends the process at the current level.

end 16 dm

This stops the process executing on line 16, under the user-id, "dm".

select dict entity
[404] 276 items selected out of 276 items.
end

This "kills" an active list.
Purpose
Related tcl.list-jobs
tcl.z
tcl.logon
tcl.tcl
access.select
secondary.list
active.list
port.number
tcl.stopsched
system.debugger.:
tcl.off
tcl.startsched
access.sselect
tcl.level.pushing
tcl.phantom
tcl.logoff
system.debugger.end
system.debugger.off
killing.phantom.jobs