SSR Server for TSO & VTAM™
PC 2800 SSR Server for TSO & VTAM™ version 5.0 released June 2012.
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Provides file transfer services under TSO and native VTAM. File types supported include sequential, PDS, PDS/E members, entire PDS, PDS/E, sysout, VSAM and GDGs. Improves file transfer performance up to 50% over IBM’s IND$FILE. May be executed as a TSO command processor or implemented under native VTAM with ASI’s VTAM
Applied Software Inc. (ASI) SSR Server™ products are full-featured file transfer applications supporting the MVS and OS/390 TSO, CICS and native VTAM platforms. SSR Server™ supports host connections using SNA and TCP/IP. Emulators supported include 3270, TN3270 and TN3270E.
Files may be transferred to and from Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP, OS/2 and virtually any platform including UNIX that supports the IND$FILE protocol. SSR Server™ can be used as a superset replacement for the unsupported IBM IND$FILE products and is totally transparent to the end-user. SSR Server™ supports both the IND$FILE protocol and the High-Speed Transfer (HST) proprietary protocol. HST transfers files at speeds up to 1+ megabytes per second to and from Windows NT.
SSR Client™ products provide a GUI and script facility to fully utilize the enhanced features of the SSR Server™ software. SSR Client™ supports the DOS, Windows 3.x, Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP (Windows 7 version in development) and WIN-OS/2 platforms. SSR Client™ is not an emulator itself, but has been designed to work seamlessly with virtually all 3270, TN3270 and TN3270E emulators.
SSR Server™ and SSR HST Server for TSO & VTAM™ record all file transfer activity with SMF records. SSR Server for CICS™ records all file transfer activity with CICS journal entries.
Checkpoint / Restart
SSR Checkpoint / Restart Server™ provides checkpointing of downloaded files at customer-selected time intervals.
When the host, client or connection fails during the downloading of mission critical data, the transfer may be restarted at the last checkpoint.