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.CLI file An executable file, often also called a macro, that is run from the Command Line Interpreter. Refer to the definition of Command Line Interpreter (CLI).

.ros file format A binary representation of a module. A .ros file can be stored in the database or in a flat file.

.SYLK The file format used by the Microsoft Excel program. You can create a query in Oracle Data Browser and export the results to the .SLK format, using the Export Data... option from the File menu. See also export.

.TXT See tab-delimited.

.WKS The file format accepted by some spreadsheet programs, such as SQL*Calc, or by Lotus 1-2-3 programs. You can export the data in the Results Window from Oracle Data Browser to a .WKS file, using the Export Data... option from the File menu. Other versions of the same file format are .WK1 and .WK3.

3270 parameters A set of parameters that define the communication rules for the 3270 protocol.

3270 protocol A type of communications protocol that enables communication with an IBM mainframe running VM or MVS, using the SNA LU2 protocol.

3270 The name for the family of interoperable IBM system components, including terminals, printers, terminal cluster controllers, and mainframe front-end processors, that can communicate with a mainframe using the SNA protocol.

3274/6 An IBM cluster controller. This device links as many as 32 3270-type terminals and printers to a mainframe front-end processor. 3174s have largely replaced 3274s.

3278 terminal A commonly used terminal in the 3270 family that features a monochrome display and offers a limited graphics set.

3705 A front-end processor used for remote communications (SDLC and BSC). 3725s have largely replaced 3705s.

3725 A commonly used front-end processor, intended for linking groups of cluster controllers to the mainframe.

3745 See 3725.




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