user exit


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user exit

[′yü·zər ′eg·zət]
(computer science)
A point in a computer program at which a user can cause control to be transferred outside the program.
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Although this is just one measure of the 18-month evaluation process of NC-knows, the State Library of North Carolina's state wide virtual reference service, the researchers have discovered limitations of user exit surveys that pop up at the conclusion of each chat session.
Two kinds of data were collected: user exit surveys, eliciting an evaluation of the study site and preferred genre or type of learning activity; and server statistics indicating the duration of stay.
Zona said in its report that eight seconds is the tolerance point for a commerce transaction; anything higher and user exit rates soar.
As a Kiosk App, Player can be used in Single App Kiosk mode on Chrome OS, meaning it can run full screen and prevent user exit.
UPSTREAM can operate as a user exit that allows on demand or system generated transaction log backups which act as incrementals and result in reduced data transmission.
In addition, SAP POS provides a number of new user exit and extension capabilities that allow Beall s to expand the solution capability for our future needs.
0 specification with a user exit so that applications can perform further data inspection.
Support for user-defined business rules and user exit routines provides customers the flexibility needed to tailor the warehouse population processes to suit their particular environments and data transformation requirements.
o Expanded Copy Objects - enhances development productivity by allowing customers to copy and reuse business rules and user exit routines within and between Prism Warehouse Manager COBOL programs;
According to Google data, the average user exits a website if it doesn't load on a mobile device in three seconds or less.