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Conformance Statement

Product Standard: Open Network Computer: Foundation

This form contains a series of questions that need to be answered. As you go about answering the questions, please keep the following things in mind:

Enter the name of the Organization that produced the implementation and the name of the author of the Conformance Statement.

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1. Open Network Computer

Product Information

The Network Computer Foundation Product Standard, to which this document applies, requires that a Network Computer implementation provide certain capabilities. One such is the ability to execute Java Applets in an environment that conforms with the Javasoft definition of the Java Virtual Machine and The Java Class Libraries (version 1.1). This "Java Runtime Environment", however, is not required to be supplied as part of a product offering. A conforming Network Computer product could be a complete collection of hardware and software that provides the required environment, a collection of software that runs on a variety of types of hardware but supplies all of the required Network Computer services directly, or a 100% Java application that relies upon the presence of hardware and a Java Runtime Environment. In the questions about your product below, please ensure that you provide adequate information that The Open Group and purchasers can determine which of the above your product is, and (in the case of software-only implementations) what environments the product is guaranteed to function in.

Enter the product name, version/release number, and product supplier for each product required to meet the conformance requirements.

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Environment Specification

Product registration applies to software products operating in a specific hardware or hardware/software environment.

A product may be registered in all members of a binary-compatible family of products on the basis of a single test report.

Answer the questions for each binary-compatible family. Alternately, provide the answers in the Appendix at the end of this document.

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Temporary Waivers

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1.1 Mandatory Functionality

1.1.1 Server Interaction and Booting

Question 1: Does this product require that some or all of its startup information be supplied by a server?

Response

Rationale


1.1.2 Processing Uniform Resource Locators

Question 2: How does the user enter an arbitrary URL?

Response

Rationale

Reference


1.1.3 Send Mail

Question 3: Does the product send mail directly to its intended recipient's host, or is mail sent through a relay host?

Response

Rationale

Reference


1.2 Java Implementation

Question 4: How does the product demonstrate its Java conformance?

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Rationale

Reference


1.3 Optional Functionality

Question 5: Which of the defined options does the product support?

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Rationale

Reference


1.3.1 File Transfer Functionality

The questions in this section only need be answered if the File Transfer option is supported.

Question 6: Under what circumstances does the product leave the File Transfer connection open?

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Rationale

Reference


Question 7: What username is used for file transfer sessions when one is not specified in the URL?

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Rationale

Reference


Question 8: When a file is transferred, is the file's name or contents used as an announcement mechanism to permit the interpretation of its contents for rendition (e.g. through suffix or "magic number" mapping)?

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Rationale

Reference


Question 9: Does the product allow transferred files to be stored to a local or network file system?

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Rationale

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2. Appendix

This appendix contains additional, explanatory material that was provided by the vendor.


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