This topic goes through the steps of defining and using a simple object
class. The example objects are UUCP systems
stored as lines in the /usr/lib/uucp/Systems file and
include a complete object class definition that allows a SCOadmin
manager to manipulate the Systems file on any host. Here is
an example system entry:
sosco Any ACU 2400-38400 -\\r\\d=ogin:-\\K\\d-ogin: uusls
The fields of this file are as follows:
``UUCP configuration execution procedures''
documents the Tcl execution procedures used
to manipulate these files.
The example OSA translates
object calls from the manager into calls to this library.
the system name
allowed access times
the type of device needed to contact the system
The range of serial line speeds suitable to contact the system
The login script for the system
Creating an OSA with the OSA builder
OSA Builder main screen
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SCO OpenServer Release 6.0.0 -- 03 June 2005