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 define cached server(1m)	     OSF	    define cached server(1m)

      define cached server - Creates knowledge of a server in the local
      clerk's cache

      cdscp define cached server name tower value

      name	A simple name for the cached server.

      value	The protocol sequence and network address of the server
		node. The format is protocol-sequence:network-address.	A
		protocol-sequence is a character string identifying the
		network protocols used to establish a relationship between a
		client and server.  There are two choices of protocol
		sequence, depending on the network address that is supplied
		in the binding: ncacn_ip_tcp or ncadg_ip_udp.  For the
		network-address, specify an Internet address using the
		common Internet address notation.  For more information
		about this format, see the RPC introduction in the DCE
		Application Development Reference.

      The define cached server command creates knowledge of a server in the
      local clerk's cache.  This command is typically used to manually
      provide configuration information to a clerk that cannot automatically
      configure itself.	 This is required, for instance, to give the clerk
      addressing information about a server across a WAN. Once the clerk
      knows about one server, it can find other servers through referrals.

    Privilege Required
      You must have write permission to the clerk.

      This command is replaced at Revision 1.1 by the dcecp command and may
      not be provided in future releases of DCE.

      The following command creates knowledge of the server nrl in the local
      clerk's cache:

      dscp>&gt&gt> define cached server nrl tower ncacn_ip_tcp:

      Commands: clear cached server(1m), dump clerk cache(1m), show cached

 Hewlett-Packard Company	    - 1 -	      OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8

 define cached server(1m)	     OSF	    define cached server(1m)

      Books: OSF DCE Application Development Reference

 Hewlett-Packard Company	    - 2 -	      OSF DCE 1.1/HP DCE 1.8