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  FTAM (File Transfer Access and Management) (Linktionary term)
FTAM is an OSI standard that provides file transfer services between client (initiator) and server (responder) systems in an open environment.
FTAM is a system in which connection-oriented information about the user and the session is maintained by a server until the session is taken down.
FTAM specifies document types as files with straight binary information or text files in which each line is terminated with a carriage return.
www.linktionary.com /f/ftam.html   (458 words)

  
 ISO Protocols - ACSE | CCITT X.400 | CLNP | CMIP | ES-IS | FTAM | IDRP | INAP | IS-IS | ISO-IP | ISO-PP | ISO-SP | ...
FTAM appending facility - This facility enables you to append files by using the APPEND/APPLICATION_PROTOCOL=FTAM command.
FTAM deletion facility - This facility enables you to delete files by using the DELETE/APPLICATION_PROTOCOL=FTAM command.
FTAM renaming facility - This facility enables you to rename files by using the RENAME/APPLICATION_PROTOCOL=FTAM command.
www.protocols.com /pbook/iso.htm   (2533 words)

  
 RFC1415: FTP-FTAM Gateway Specification. J. Mindel, R. Slaski. January...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
FTAM is not a superset of FTP; each protocol has functions that only it performs.
The FTAM protocol is modularized so as to keep the allowable number of actions in any particular state relatively small.
FTAM Parameters to FTP Reply Codes This section presents the set of mappings between FTAM diagnostic parameters and their equivalent FTP reply codes.
rfc1415.x42.com   (12592 words)

  
 RFC 1415 (rfc1415) - FTP-FTAM Gateway Specification   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
As data is sent via FTP, the gateway immediately maps the requested function to FTAM and passes it to the FTAM host.
In a similar fashion, but using a different set of mappings, an FTAM request is sent to the gateway, immediately mapped to an FTP function, and passed along to the FTP host.
Mapping between FTP Reply Codes and FTAM Parameters The focus of the protocol function and representation mappings, presented in the previous sections, is on non-error encumbered processing.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc1415.html   (11942 words)

  
 Zvon - RFC 1415 [FTP-FTAM Gateway Specification] - Mapping of Protocol Functions and Representations
The mappings presented are based upon the FTAM protocol implementation as defined in Stable Implementation Agreements for Open Systems Interconnection Protocols: Part 9 - FTAM Phase 2, produced by the March 1992 Open Systems Environment Implementors' Workshop [NIST92], and in [ISO8571-1], [ISO8571-2], [ISO8571-3],[ISO8571-4], and [ISO8571-5].
At a minimum, the FTAM implementation in the FTP-FTAM gateway support for Implementation Profiles T1 (Simple File Transfer) and M1 (Management), as defined in [NIST92], is required.
The protocol mapping between FTP and FTAM may be one-to-zero (i.e., not mappable), one-to-one, or one-to-many.
www.zvon.org /tmRFC/RFC1415/Output/chapter8.html   (5181 words)

  
 FTAM - OneLook Dictionary Search
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www.onelook.com /cgi-bin/cgiwrap/bware/dofind.cgi?word=FTAM   (95 words)

  
 OpenVMS ask the wizard - FTAM (FTAM-3 binary) Network File Transfers?
FTAM on OpenVMS transfers files based on the RMS file attributes.
Typically, FTAM-3 file transfers are assumed necessary when the file attributes appear sufficiently similar to an executable file or to a BACKUP saveset.
There exists an appendix in the documentation which describes which attributes cause which FTAM file type to be used.
h71000.www7.hp.com /wizard/wiz_6410.html   (171 words)

  
 Using FTAM File Protection
Table 5-4, “Interactive ftam Commands with Options Using Action/Concurrency Strings” shows the use of action/concurrency strings with interactive FTAM commands.
Note that unless a file has passwords or concurrency control associated with actions, you do not need to use the y or z option to satisfy access control.
Table 5-5, “Command-Line FTAM Commands with Options Using Action/Concurrency Strings” shows the use of action/concurrency strings with command-line FTAM commands.
docs.hp.com /en/B1033-90024/ch05s05.html   (893 words)

  
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If is "Stream", return 200 reply code to FTP Client; Otherwise return a 504 reply code (Command not implemented for that parameter).
The purpose of this section is to provide a set of mappings between FTAM responses (and
The first digit conveys approximately the same information as the FTAM parameter; i.e., positive, transient negative, or permanent negative.
www.isi.edu /in-notes/rfc1415.txt   (11471 words)

  
 FTAM High-level API (XFTAM), Version 2
Version 2 includes alignment with the IEEE FTAM Standard (aligment to P1238), which in turn includes support for context-sensitive mode of operation.
XFTAM's functions implement high-level file transfer and file management operations using the service of an FTAM initiator and service provider which underlie the API.
This specification is useful for implementors of applications which use the set of functions and data structures defined for this API to produce an application which is portable across OSI protocol stacks from a range of system vendors.
www.opengroup.org /pubs/catalog.saved/c415.htm   (141 words)

  
 History of the Internet -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-27)
Standards like X.400 for e-mail took up several large books, while Internet e-mail took only a few dozen pages at most in RFC-821 and 822.
Most protocols and specifications in the OSI stack, such as token-bus media, CLNP packet delivery, FTAM file transfer, and X.400 e-mail, are long-gone today; in 1996, ISO finally acknowledged that TCP/IP had won and killed the OSI project.
Only one OSI standard, (additional info and facts about X.500) X.500 (additional info and facts about directory service) directory service, still survives with significant usage, mainly because the original unwieldy protocol has been stripped away and effectively replaced with (additional info and facts about LDAP) LDAP.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/h/hi/history_of_the_internet.htm   (3137 words)

  
 DaniWeb IT Community - View Single Post - wanna no abt XOT and FTAM and interelation
Thread: wanna no abt XOT and FTAM and interelation
now I really wanna know that whether I should have to prepare all the layer from no.4 to no.7(i.e Transport,Session,Presentation and Application) as FTAM works at Appn layer n I ve support for first 3 layers (1-3).
there is ISO 8571 is the standard for FTAM implementation, but that is to be purchased so I right now wanna know in advance, prior to purchase to what actually I need to implement.
www.daniweb.com /techtalkforums/post94300-3.html   (140 words)

  
 Solstice FTAM
Solstice FTAM implements the ISO FTAM (file transfer, access, and management) protocol (ISO 8571) for transferring, accessing, and managing files between diverse file systems.
This method of managing files works by mapping the characteristics of diverse file systems to a common model -- the virtual file store.
Solstice FTAM supports concurrent connectors to X.25, TCP/IP, and LANs such as Ethernet and FDDI.
www.sun.com /software/ftam   (206 words)

  
 History of the Internet
Standards like X.400 for e-mail took up several large books, while Internet e-mail took only a few dozen pages at most in RFC-822 and 823.
Most protocols and specifications in the OSI stack are long-gone today, such as token-bus media, CLNP packet delivery, FTAM file transfer, and X.400 e-mail.
Only one, X.500 directory service, still survives with significant usage, mainly because the original unwieldy protocol has been stripped away and effectively replaced with LDAP.
www.php-include.com /History-of-the-Internet.php   (1923 words)

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