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Subject:Re: synonym for "rollback" From:Malcolm Barnett <mbarnett -at- NETVISION -dot- NET -dot- IL> Date:Sun, 7 Mar 1999 20:36:36 +0200
"Returns to original/previous/initial state/condition ?" Not that I think that
"rollback" is, in this day and age, that technical a phrase....
Benzi Schreiber wrote:
> Hi friends:
> The software has a rollback mechanism. In other words, if the process fails,
> all the steps that were performed are reversed, leaving us with the original
> state (the one we had before the process was invoked).
> However, the users of the document are not computer people. What can I use
> instead of "rolling back the process"?
> - Benzi
> Benzi Schreiber
> Technical Publications Manager
> benzi -at- harmonycom -dot- com
> benzi-s -at- actcom -dot- co -dot- il
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