Often when working on big data in Targit when doing a wrong or bad choice the data can load forever. Pressing "Abort" works poor in these cases, since it also takes forever to abort the processing. Even though I press abort just seconds after the bad choice it takes a lot of time to actually abort.
What I want is the "Abort" to do an immediate abort/termination of the request.
The workaround now is ctrl+alt+del and "end process" for Targit in the Windows task manager and then restart Targit Decision suite. Not a userfriendly way of doing it.
Morten Davidsen commented
Svein: That is true, but they do terminate after some time though. But I complete agree with the idea suggested.
Another thing. Using ctrl+alt+del and "end process" causes a new problem, the login session is not terminated on the server and after using this way of shutting down Targit several times you will meet the max login session limit. Then the sessions has to be terminated on the server before it's possible to open Targit again.