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appServerDisconnect doesn’t disconnect from AppServer

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TitleappServerDisconnect doesn’t disconnect from AppServer
URL NameappServerDisconnect-doesn-t-disconnect-from-AppServer
Article Number000152015
EnvironmentVersion: OpenEdge 10.x, 11.x
OS: All Supported Windows Platforms
Question/Problem Description
Why doesn't appServerDisconnect disconnect the AppServer every time its called? 
 
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The appServerDisconnect call is part of the handling of appServer connections in the ADM2 framework. The connection version of this method can be called from a number of objects and so the framework keeps a counter of how many connection calls were made and than when a disconnect is done, the counter is decremented. If the number of connections hits zero, than the actual connection to the AppServer is disconnected. This is how some calls to the appServerDisconnect call do not lead to the appServer being disconnected.
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Last Modified Date8/4/2016 6:19 AM
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