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Summary 0000888: Support an application transparent file conversion, compression and encryption solution like z/OS-Subsys for open systems
Revision 2018-03-06 11:29 by Ulrich Schwab
Description Currently FLAM supports subsystem functionality only on mainframe systems. To use FLAM as infrastructure it would be useful to support such an application transparent solution also on other platforms (UNIX, Windows).

Per logical file it must be possible to define read- und write-string for the physical representation of this file. This representation can be a converted, compressed, encrypted local or remote version of the logical file.

For example: An application (SAP) writes a file for credit card ordering which must be encrypted. A system programmer makes a definition in a hidden file, that this logical file must be represented as an OpenPGP file in phsical form and the FLUC I/O subsystems does this conversion without any change to the application.
Revision 2017-09-07 14:31 by Falk Reichbott
Description Currently FLAM supports subsystem functionality only on mainframe systems. To use FLAM as infrastructure it would be useful to support such a application transparent solution also on other platforms (UNIX, Windows).

Per logical file it must be possible to define read- und write-string for the physical representation of this file. This repräsentation can be a converted, compressed, encrypted local or remote version of the logical file.

For example: An application (SAP) writes a file for credit card ordering which must be encrypted. A system programmer makes a definition in a hidden file, that this logical file must be represented as an OpenPGP file in phsical form and the FLUC I/O subsystems make this conversion without any change to the application.
Revision 2017-08-29 10:53 by Falk Reichbott
Description Currently FLAM supports subsystem functionality only on mainframe system. To use FLAM as infrastructure it would be use fule to support such a application transparent solution also on other platforms (UNIX, Windows).

Per logical file it must be possible to define read- und write-string for the physical representation of this file. This repräsentation can be a converted, compressed, encrypted locol or remote version of the logical file.

For example: An application (SAP) writes a file for credit card ordering which must be encrypted. A system programmer makes a definition in a hidden file, that this logical file must be represented as an OpenPGP file in phsical form and the FLUC I/O subsystems make this conversion without any change to the application.


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