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From Joe Germuska <...@Germuska.com>
Subject Re: [chain] LookupCommand's return value
Date Thu, 17 Feb 2005 16:22:18 GMT
At 10:11 AM -0600 2/17/05, Joe Germuska wrote:
>At 11:52 PM -0500 2/16/05, James Mitchell wrote:
>>I'm just now catching up on some of this....but I was 
>>wondering.....if you configure "ignoreReturnValue" or 
>>"abortIfContextValueTrueOrNull" or "whatchaMaCallit", then how 
>>would you (in a looked up chain) tell the calling chain to abort 
>>without having to throw an exception?

>When a command returns false, that is intended as a sign to its 
>caller that it thinks it has "finished".

Whoops!  The above is wrong; when a command returns *true*, that's 
the sign.  The second sentence (below) got it right...

>ChainBase interprets a "true" return from a command as a sign to 
>stop executing the chain. It also

Joe


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