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NOV 16, 1999
This field determines on what CPU and volume set the listener should run.
S DIC("S")="I $G(XWBCHK)=""I KNOW WHAT I'M DOING"""
Knowing how to set XWBCHK before editing this field should reduce the likelihood of inappropriate entries.
1,0)= I $G(XWBCHK)'="ALLOW"
1)= S ^XWB(8994.1,DA(1),7,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)=""
2)= K ^XWB(8994.1,DA(1),7,"B",$E(X,1,30),DA)
This is the TCP/IP port that the listener should monitor for incoming connection requests. This is the port which a client should use to connect to a server.
Don't use a port that is already in use on the CPU where you want to run the listener. No two processes can share the same TCP/IP port on the same CPU.
Typically, port numbers bellow 5000 are reserved for various common TCP/IP services. So you should use port numbers 9000 and above.