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Chapter 18
18 Processes and Batch Jobs: Using the OpenVMS Environment
     18.1     Interpreting Your Process Context
     18.2     Using Detached Processes
     18.3     Using Subprocesses
         18.3.1         Using Subprocesses to Spawn Tasks
         18.3.2         Using Subprocesses to Perform Multiple Tasks
         18.3.3         Creating a Subprocess
         18.3.4         Exiting from a Subprocess
         18.3.5         Subprocess Context
     18.4     Connecting to Disconnected Processes on Virtual Terminals
         18.4.1         Terminal Disconnections
         18.4.2         Removing Disconnected Processes
         18.4.3         Managing Disconnected Processes
     18.5     Working with Batch Jobs
         18.5.1         Submitting Batch Jobs
         18.5.2         Passing Data to Batch Jobs
         18.5.3         Control of Batch Job Output
         18.5.4         Changing Batch Job Characteristics
         18.5.5         SUBMIT Command Qualifiers
         18.5.6         Displaying Jobs in Batch Queues
         18.5.7         Deleting and Stopping Batch Jobs
         18.5.8         Restarting Batch Jobs
         18.5.9         Synchronizing Batch Job Execution
         18.5.10         Using the WAIT Command
Chapter 19
19 Security: Controlling Access to Resources
     19.1     Displaying the Rights Identifiers of Your Process
     19.2     Security Profile of Objects
         19.2.1         Modifying a Security Profile
     19.3     Interpreting Protection Codes
     19.4     Default File Protection
         19.4.1         Default UIC Protection
         19.4.2         Default ACL Protection
         19.4.3         Renaming Files
         19.4.4         Explicit File Protection
     19.5     Accessing Files Across Networks
         19.5.1         Access Control Strings
         19.5.2         Protecting Access Control Strings
         19.5.3         Using Proxy Login Accounts to Protect Passwords
         19.5.4         General Access Proxy Accounts
     19.6     Auditing Access to Your Account and Files
         19.6.1         Observing Your Last Login Time
         19.6.2         Events That Can Trigger Security Alarms
         19.6.3         Security Audit Log Files
         19.6.4         Adding ACEs to Sensitive Files
Appendix A
Appendix A Customizing EVE
     A.1     Defining EVE Keys
         A.1.1         Undefinable Keys
         A.1.2         Obsolete Keys
         A.1.3         Defining Keys to Execute EVE Commands
         A.1.4         Differences Between EVE and DECTPU
         A.1.5         EVE Key Names
         A.1.6         Undefinable Keys
         A.1.7         Keys That You Should Not Define
         A.1.8         Defining the GOLD Key
             A.1.8.1             GOLD Key Combinations
             A.1.8.2             Removing GOLD Keys
             A.1.8.3             Defining GOLD Keys in Initialization Files
     A.2     Learn Sequences
     A.3     Setting and Saving Attributes
         A.3.1         EVE Default Settings
         A.3.2         EVE Default Buffer-Specific Settings
         A.3.3         Saving Attributes
             A.3.3.1             EVE Commands for Saving Attributes
         A.3.4         Saving Attributes in a Section File
         A.3.5         EVE Settings for Saving Attributes
         A.3.6         Saving Attributes in Command Files
         A.3.7         Default Command Files
         A.3.8         Saving EVE Default Attributes
     A.4     Using DECTPU Within EVE
         A.4.1         Creating DECTPU Command Files
         A.4.2         Using a DECTPU Debugging Package
     A.5     Using DECTPU Procedures to Extend EVE
         A.5.1         Writing DECTPU Procedures
         A.5.2         Compiling DECTPU Procedures
     A.6     Creating Section Files
     A.7     Creating Command Files
         A.7.1         Setting Editing Defaults
         A.7.2         Adding Functions to the EVE Editor
             A.7.2.1             Rules for Writing Command Files
     A.8     Creating Initialization Files
         A.8.1         Commands That Define the Editing Environment
     A.9     Saving Your Customizations in Startup Files
         A.9.1         EVE Commands for Saving Attributes
         A.9.2         Using Customizations in Future Editing Sessions
     A.10     Key Definitions in EVE Startup Files
         A.10.1         Global Settings-1
         A.10.2         Global Settings-2
         A.10.3         Buffer Settings
         A.10.4         Saving in a Section File
         A.10.5         Saving in a Command File
     A.11     Converting from EDT to EVE
         A.11.1         Using the SET KEYPAD EDT Command
         A.11.2         Defining Keys for EVE Commands
         A.11.3         Setting Bound Cursor Motion
         A.11.4         Setting the Right Margin for Wrapping Text
         A.11.5         Setting Scroll Margins for Moving the Cursor
         A.11.6         Setting Searches for Exact Case
         A.11.7         Converting EDT Macros to DECTPU Procedures
         A.11.8         Converting EDT Nokeypad Statements to DECTPU Procedures
         A.11.9         Using the WPS Keypad Ruler Key

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