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DEF
Category:
Security Management
DEF®, the user friendly means to cost efficient data encryption. Encryption places the security challenge and control with the people responsible for the creation and use of sensitive data. No privileged functions are available for systems programmers or operators. And the encryption key is never stored in the computer system or within the encrypted data itself. Instead, words and phrases up to 255 characters in length may be used as keys, making them easier to remember... and to use. To ensure a user friendly environment, DEF®, provides Batch, Interactive (TSO) and FSE (Applied Software's Full-Screen Editor) encryption and decryption interfaces. Extensive Assembler language subroutines provide DEF®, functions to higher level languages such as COBOL, FORTRAN and PL/I. Online and database applications may easily interface with DEF®, . Well documented program examples in COBOL, PL/I and FORTRAN which call DEF®, subroutines are provided. No system generation (SYSGEN) or new hardware is required. And there is no additional overhead for non-encrypted data. Compared with restrictive access software products (which do not encrypt data) , DEF®, is much more secure, more user-friendly and easier to manage... finally, the ultimate in data security in a form business and government can use.

FSE+
Category:
Application Development
FSE+™ is a high performance editor, data set manager, file list and job output previewer facility for the TSO and VTAM Multi-User Platform (MUP) environments. FSE+™'s GUI is ideally suited to users who need an easy to use yet highly functional editor. Infrequent edit users also benefit from FSE+™'s design. For example, for those hard to remember subcommands such as ""Find"" and ""Change"", FSE+™ provides a simple fill-in-the-blanks menu. You need only enter ""Find ?"" or ""Change ?"" and a menu of optional items is displayed.

N-up Output Generator
Category:
Output Management
n-Up Output Generator™ is an output post-processing program that takes a print file in standard 1-Up format and reformats the file into an n-Up format. ""n"" forms are printed horizontally across a page thus dramatically reducing print time. Since the program acts as a post-processor on program output, the advantages of n-Up processing are available without modifying existing programs. New programs need not be coded with the complex logic of generating n-Up output. If the output is in some specific order such as zip code, account or part number, the output can be generated in a format (row or column) which will eliminate the need to collate the forms after bursting.

SSR Client Server
Category:
Data Transfer
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.

TSO Superset Utilities
Category:
Application Development
TSO tools your programmers will use, not avoid. A product of both hands-on experience and specific requests from our user group, Applied Software's TSO Superset Utilities™ provides both performance and functional improvements to the basic TSO utilities. Fundamentally, it is a "" superset "" of efficient program development tools for the manipulation of data sets through the steps of source code and JCL development, program compilation review, data set development and output report formatting.

VTAM MUP
Category:
Application Development
The VTAM Multi-User Platform (MUP) provides program services for multiple users per address space and multiple address spaces in a native MVS VTAM environment. Automatic SAF calls provide security processing at the same level as TSO. The VTAM MUP provides a high performance TSO-like environment without the high overhead of native MVS TSO. The VTAM MUP supports the Super IND$FILE and FSE+ applications from ASI. A batch job to initiate Super IND$FILE transfers is included with the Super IND$FILE version of the VTAM MUP.

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