An option of the CICS write to operator command which specifies the action to be taken associated with the message (i.e. critical, eventual or immediate).
A menu selection resulting in a task or command being executed by the application.
An HP VUE construct used to provide a user interface for applications and other commands. You can create actions to start applications or execute commands. Actions are defined in a database of files located along the database search path.
It is the name of the processing command; it is specified after the component name where the result will end up. E.g., zeroing image sample.img is achieved by issuing: sample.img clear Actions are coded in C-language with some extended directives or as special tcl-procedures. It is mandatory that actions modify only the invoking component, so that dangerous side-effects can be avoided.
Field in object's property box for building commands
A command that G2 can execute within a rule, procedure, action button, or user menu choice.
The referee's command to begin wrestling.
The command from the director for the scene to begin. It indicates that the camera is rolling.
The movement of the subject within the camera field of view. The command given by a director.
A referee's command to the wrestlers to begin wrestling.
Command of Director for movement of actors.
A desktop construct that provides a method for running applications, executing commands, and other activities such as printing, removing files, and changing directories. Actions are defined in a database of configuration files.
This is the command to everyone in the scene to start acting.