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Indicates whether the application .exe was built using the WEB parameter
The web property provides a means to determine whether the WEB parameter was used when an application was built. Compiling an application by including the BUILD command's WEB parameter allows it to load faster and use fewer resources than a non-WEB application. Additionally, when a web application .exe is run directly, rather than as a parameter to PLUSrun.exe, using the WEB parameter allows it to detect when itís been prematurely terminated by a Web server (as happens when an application takes too long to respond). If a premature termination occurs, PLUSrun.exe also terminates to prevent it from becoming stranded in memory.
A timeout value, the number of milliseconds it takes to remove an orphaned PLUSrun.exe from memory, can be set through the _app objects's terminateTimerInterval property.