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Communications Manager Remove Main Menu

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000101808D
Original Publication Date: 1990-Sep-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-16
Document File: 1 page(s) / 38K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Davis, L: AUTHOR [+5]

Abstract

The OS/2* Extended Edition installation provides the user with an efficient removal of Configuration files, additional features and LAN options, and Communications Manager component. This remove menu automatically validates each selection, with the exception of Communications Manager component. This selection will be validated IF DataBase Manager and/or LAN requester are not installed. 1. Selecting Configuration files option: the end user can choose from a list of configuration file names that the user may wish to remove. The main purpose of removing a configuration file would be for DASD and/or the file is never used.

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Communications Manager Remove Main Menu

       The OS/2* Extended Edition installation provides the user
with an efficient removal of Configuration files, additional features
and LAN options, and Communications Manager component.  This remove
menu automatically validates each selection, with the exception of
Communications Manager component.  This selection will be validated
IF DataBase Manager and/or LAN requester are not installed.
1.   Selecting Configuration files option:  the end user can choose
from a list of configuration file names that the user may wish to
remove.  The main purpose of removing a configuration file would be
for DASD and/or the file is never used.  A check is made for the
protection of the end user to determine if the features within the
configured file that was selected to be removed is compared against
the remaining configuration files to ensure that no feature will be
deleted if used by another configuration file.
2.   Selecting to remove additional features and LAN options:  this
allows another menu to be displayed to select what additional
features to remove.  The additional features contain:  Configuration
services, Keyboard Remap, and API Data Structures.  The latter
selection consists of sample programs used by developers writing
their own applications.
3.   Selecting to remove the Communications Manager option: this
allows a prompt to be displayed with a warning message asking if the
user is sure that this is the correct...