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Enter the name of the Organization that produced the implementation and the name of the author of the Conformance Statement.
Enter the product name, version/release number, and product supplier for each product required to meet the conformance requirements.
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
Question 1: Does this product require that some or all of its startup information be
supplied by a server?
If the product requires one or more services at startup time,
define those services in the following text input area. Examples would include
things like DHCP support, TFTP for file transfer, the transfer of boot images,
While the specification is silent on startup issues, in order to have a
complete environment for use of a registered product it may be necessary to
have a server that provides certain required facilities.
Question 2: How does the user enter an arbitrary URL?
The specification requires that the user be able to enter an arbitrary URL in
an implementation-defined way.
Open NC Technical Standard 1.1, Processing Uniform Resource Locators.
Question 3: Does the product send mail directly to its intended recipient's host, or is
mail sent through a relay host?
Through a relay host.
Through both mechanisms.
The specification requires that this be specified.
Open NC Technical Standard 1.1, Processing Uniform Resource Locators,
Question 4: How does the product demonstrate its Java conformance?
This product is a software only, 100% Java product that does not supply its
own Java Virtual Machine and Class Libraries. Consequently, this question does
This product contains a Java Virtual Machine and Class Libraries that are
certified Java compliant by Javasoft, a division of Sun Microsystems.
This product contains a Java Virtual Machine and Class Libraries that have
passed The Open Group's Java Conformance Test Suite.
If a Java Virtual Machine and Class Libraries are supplied, they must be shown
to conform to definition of the JVM and the Java APIs
Product Standard Open Network Computer: Foundation, Indicators of Compliance.
Question 5: Which of the defined options does the product support?
These elements are optional.
Open NC Technical Standard 1.1, Interoperability, Hypertext Protocol Transfer
Question 6: Under what circumstances does the product leave the File Transfer connection
The specification requires that the product define under what circumstances an
ftp connection is left open between the client and the server.
Open NC Technical Standard 1.1, File Transfer.
Question 7: What username is used for file transfer sessions when one is not specified in
The specification requires that the product define the username that is used
when one is not specified.
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)?
If the answer is yes, enter below the ways in which announcement is handled.
The specification requires that the product define how files transferred via
ftp may be interpreted and their contents rendered.
Question 9: Does the product allow transferred files to be stored to a local or network
The specification requires that the user be given the option of storing a
transferred file on the file system if one is supported.
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