The ToolTalk service

an inter-operability solution
  • 350 Pages
  • 3.24 MB
  • English

PTR Prentice Hall , Englewood Cliffs, NJ
ToolTalk., Computer software -- Development., Application soft
ContributionsSunSoft (Firm)
LC ClassificationsQA76.76.D47 T66 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 350 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1740691M
ISBN 10013088717X
LC Control Number92046533

Note - In-depth information about the functionality of the ToolTalk service in general is beyond the scope of this book. That is, CDE ToolTalk Messaging Overview does not describe ToolTalk APIs or commands, or other ToolTalk functionality not specifically related to this release of the ToolTalk service for the Common Desktop Environment.

ToolTalk User's Guide May This book describes the ToolTalk service and The ToolTalk service book to modify applications to send and receive ToolTalk messages. This document is for developers who create or maintain applications that use the ToolTalk service to interoperate with other applications; it is also useful for system administrators who set up workstations.

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Built on a state-of-the-art user experience and. Describing the setup and administration of ToolTalkan inter-application message service, this guide shows how to modify applications to send and receive ToolTalk messages.

It covers ToolTalk sessions, dynamic message patterns, static message patterns, sending and receiving messages, managing information storage, handling errors, and more.

The Tooltalk Service: An Inter-Operability Solution [Astrid Julienne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Describing the setup and administration of ToolTalkan inter-application message The ToolTalk service book, this guide shows how to modify applications to send and receive ToolTalk messages.

It covers ToolTalk sessions. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: ToolTalk & open protocols. Description: xxiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. For detail information about registering and initializing patterns, see the book entitled "The ToolTalk Service: An Inter-Operability Solution." (The book is available in bookstores, through SunSoft Press, and directly from Prentice Hall.) Next, add the ability to send ToolTalk messages to your code.

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Applications supporting ToolTalk can construct "high-level" messages and hand them off to the system's ToolTalk server, which determines the proper recipients and (after applying permission checks) forwards the.

A container for data that is of interest to applications is called a file in this book. The concept of a file is important in the delivery of messages. Senders can scope a message to a file and the ToolTalk service will deliver it to all processes that have message patterns that reference the file without regard to the process's default session.

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Tooltalk Messaging Overview introduces the ToolTalk service, a technology that allows developers to create applications that can inter-operate with other applications. the ToolTalk Service 1 The ToolTalk service supports several messaging styles.

A sender can address a ToolTalk message to a particular process, to any interested process, to an object, or to an object type. Message senders are not concerned with the locations of processes and objects in any network; the ToolTalk service finds receiving.

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On job-sites, these safety meetings may happen around the. The ToolTalk service receives these messages, determines the recipients, and then delivers the messages to the appropriate applications. See Figure Before modifying your application to use the ToolTalk service, you must define (or locate) a message protocol: a set of ToolTalk messages describing operations that applications agree to perform.

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Sending and Receiving ToolTalk Messages. This section describes how to register and manage message patterns, declare actions for your application to perform when it receives messages, composes messages, and sends notices and requests.

You accomplish all of these tasks using the VkMsgClient class. The ToolTalk service searches through the otype definitions for Handler message patterns that match the message's operation and arguments attributes.

When a match is found, the ToolTalk service fills in scope, opnum, handler_ptype, and disposition from the otype message pattern.

Dispatch to object-oriented observers. Location of the ToolTalk Service Files The ToolTalk directories and files are: /tt/bin/ ttsession rverd. ttsession communicates with other ttsessions on the network to deliver rverd stores and manages ToolTalk object specs and information on files referenced in ToolTalk messages.

/tt/bin/ ttcp ttmv ttrm ttrmdir tttar. The ToolTalk service copies the message data from the application into the library, from the library to ttsession, from ttsession to the receiver's library, and then out of the library when the receiver gets the argument the data is large, this method can be very slow and use up a large amount of memory.

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ttcp ttcp [ -pL ] filename1 filename2 ttcp -rR [ -pL ] directory1 directory2 ttcp [ -prRL ] filename directory ttcp -v ttcp -h. Copies files and directories in a ToolTalk-safe way. Description The ttcp command invokes the standard operating system command cp to copy files and directories, and informs the ToolTalk service about its actions.

This command ensures that the ToolTalk. Top 16 Toolbox Talk Templates. Toolbox Talk Template.

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This toolbox talk template is used to document daily safety discussions prior to the work shift. Use this checklist to document a summary of the toolbox topic discussed and gather electronic signatures from workers present in the meeting.

Maximize the use of this checklist by following. The ToolTalk service uses the disposition value (start, queue, or the default discard) to determine what to do with a message that matches the signature when no process is running the program.

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The ToolTalk Document and Media Exchange Message Set is composed of several request messages, listed in Table B Table B-1 ToolTalk Document and Media Exchange Message Set.

_____ - - Issue Specifics - The rverd(8) service is an RPC based daemon which is called to service requests for the ToolTalk databases stored on the host. Unfortunately, a vulnerability in the rverd(8) daemon has been discovered which can lead to a root compromise of the system.

The ToolTalk service uses the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) to communicate between these ToolTalk components. Applications provide the ToolTalk service with process and object type information. This information is stored in an XDR format file, which is referred to as the ToolTalk Types Database in this manual.

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The RPC portmapper service typically runs on ports /tcp and /udp. The ToolTalk RPC service may be configured to use port /tcp or another port as indicated in output from the rpcinfo command. Keep in mind that blocking ports at a network perimeter does not protect the vulnerable service from the internal network.

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