About the "View Minimum Continuation Point 05"

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About the "View Minimum Continuation Point 05"

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Hi,

I am not quite sure about the "View Minimum Continuation Point 05".
In part7, the description about the "View Minimum Continuation Point 05" is
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Support minimum 5 continuation points per Session.
This number has to be supported for at least half of the minimum required sessions.
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I am not quite understand the "required sessions".
My understanding:
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"required sessions" means all of the current(being used between all clients and server) sessions.
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Is it right? If my understand is not right, please teach me.

I am looking forward your answer. Thank you!

Best Regards,
James

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Re: About the "View Minimum Continuation Point 05"

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Hi,

The number of sessions a server must support as minimum number (required sessions) is also defined by the profile.

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Re: About the "View Minimum Continuation Point 05"

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Hi,

Thank you very much! I got it.

Best Regards,
James
Support Team wrote:Hi,

The number of sessions a server must support as minimum number (required sessions) is also defined by the profile.

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