SolidComm™ is the communications module that enables SolidSuite™ to exchange data with legacy host systems. The interface is available for all SolidSuite™ modules and custom systems and works extremely fast for large downloads with error checking on import.
The flexibility of SolidComm™ allows the scheduling of system events and processes. The easy to use graphical interface is Windows based for seamless enterprise integration.
SolidComm™ uses a variety of communication methodologies including ASCII, FTP, XML, Message Tables, ODBC, ADO or Socket Connection. Automatic reconnect capability is provided if the host connection is interrupted. Supported host platforms include but are not limited to IBM mainframes, AS400, UNIX, DOS and Microsoft Windows.
XML or TCP/IP protocol for real-time upload and download communications. Automatic reconnect capability is provided if the host connection is interrupted.
Batched Import/Export order information passed with an ASCII file or FTP, or XML download. The following diagram shows the FTP interaction between the controller and host. Solid error-free communication.
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