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Definition of Logoff
1. to exit from a computer mainframe or server [v -S]
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Literary usage of Logoff
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1. Doing More with SAS/ASSIST(R) 9.1 by Sas Institute (2004)
"Using Logon and logoff Exits and an Alternate Main Menu When you access SAS/ASSIST software, you can use the Logon exit item to specify an application that ..."
2. SAS/Assist 9.1 Administrator's Guide by Institute SAS Institute, Sas Institute (2004)
"This option accomplishes the same function as logoff exit. . . in Setup; logoff=NO overrides logoff exit PRIMARY= specifies an alternate primary menu ..."
3. SAS(R) 9.1.3 Intelligence Platform: Web Application Administration Guide by SAS Publishing (2006)
"Disable the logoff Link By default, SAS Web OLAP Viewer for Java displays a ... You could disable the logoff link and replace it with a link that returns ..."
4. Communications Access Methods for SAS/CONNECT(R) 9.1 and SAS/SHARE(R) 9.1 by Institute SAS Institute, Sas Institute (2004)
"abort; logoff: /* for the spawner, comment the previous section */ log 'NOTE: SAS/CONNECT conversation terminated.'; stop; SUBROUTINES recon: log 'NOTE: ..."
5. Sas/access 9.1 Interface To Sap Bw: User's Guide by Sas Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"Add the logon macro call to the beginning of the program and the logoff macro call to the end of the program. These macro calls are shown in the following ..."
6. SAS(R) Intelligence Platform:: Overview, Second Edition by SAS Publishing, SAS Institute (2006)
"These services handle such tasks as the following: n user logon and logoff n page navigation n searching n integration with SAS via stored processes n ..."
7. Sas/access 9.1 Interface To R/3: User's Guide by SAS Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"List displays the List of Connections window that is shown in Display Connections 4.21 on page 33. logoff disconnects the current logon from R/3. ..."