|General Interworking: BSFT|
|Document Number: X98GB|
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This Product Standard provides a command line interface to Internet Protocol Suite (IPS) File Transfer Protocol (ftp) functionality as an initiator using OSI FTAM. Support for acting as a responder to requests from BSFT initiators is optionally provided.
Products conforming to the BSFT Product Standard shall conform to the requirements of a BSFT initiator as specified in the X/Open BSFT Specification1, including Erratum, April 1992 for pages 24 and 25, and may optionally conform to the requirements of a BSFT responder.
X/Open BSFT Specification, including Erratum, April 1992 for pages 24 and 25, Appendix A, BSFT User Interface Definition.
Products conforming to this Product Standard shall support the document types:
as specified in the X/Open BSFT Specification, including Erratum, April 1992 for pages 24 and 25, Section 8.2.6, Document Types.
Products conforming to the BSFT Product Standard shall deliver the functionality and services defined in the X/Open BSFT Specification, including Erratum, April 1992 for pages 24 and 25, through use of the specified communications protocols, as summarized in Chapter 6, BSFT Requirements.
Details of underlying protocol support must be documented in the Conformance Statement.
ISO/IEC ISP 10607 (FTAM).2
ISO/IEC 8571 (FTAM).3
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