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BreakMode

Programmer mode response to the BREAK command.

Synopsis

[Miscellaneous]    BreakMode=n

Description

Caché programs can execute in two modes, depending on how Caché is entered: application mode and programmer mode.

The BreakMode setting controls how a Caché process in programmer mode responds when it encounters a BREAK command that has no argument. The value n may be 1 or 0:

  • When 1 (true) Caché enters the debugger or returns to the direct mode prompt with a <BREAK> error.

  • When 0 (false) the BREAK command is ignored.

Application mode jobs always ignore argumentless BREAK commands.

Examples

BreakMode=1

Range of Values

0 or 1. The default is 1.

Management Portal

On the page System Administration > Configuration > Additional Settings > Compatibility, in the BreakMode row, select Edit and choose true (selected) or false (cleared).