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Mnemonic_TTY
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Default mnemonic for WRITE commands to a terminal device.
Synopsis
[IO]    Mnemonic_TTY=n
Description
When an OPEN or USE command includes no mnemonic space argument, InterSystems IRIS uses the default mnemonic for that device type. The Mnemonic_TTY setting specifies the default mnemonic for terminal devices.
The value n is an InterSystems IRIS routine name. ^%X364 is the default for terminal devices. You can use this default, or reset it by changing the value of as needed. See the Controlling Devices with Mnemonic Spaces chapter in the I/O Device Guide.
Examples
Mnemonic_TTY=^%X364
Range of Values
As described above.
Management Portal
On the page System Administration > Configuration > Device Settings > IO Settings, in the Terminal row, enter an InterSystems IRIS routine name.


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