Specify a communication status that is persistent

As the session connects or disconnects, the communication status typically moves quickly through some states (such as pending active, then active, then ready) until it reaches a particular state at which it remains stable for some time (such as CONNECTION_WORKSTATION_ID_READY). In most situations you want to specify that persistent, ending state in the Comm wait action.

If instead you specified some transitional state such as pending active, then the session might pass through that state and go on to the next state before the macro runtime gets a chance to perform your Comm wait action. Therefore when the macro runtime does perform your Comm wait action it will be waiting interminably for some state that has already occurred.