The utility SYSRPC is used to maintain remote procedure calls on the client side.
The SYSRPC Utility documentation is organized in the following parts:
|Invoking and Terminating SYSRPC|
|Service Directory Maintenance|
|Replacing Items in the Service Directory|
|Generating Interface Objects - General Considerations|
|Generating Single Interface Objects with Parameter Specification|
|Generating Multiple Interface Objects|
|Calculating Size Requirements|
|Server Command Execution|
|Listing Servers Registered on EntireXBroker|
|Remote Directory Maintenance|
|Overview of SYSRPC Direct and Batch Commands|
For information on how to apply the SYSRPC utility functions to establish a framework for communication between server and client systems, refer to the Natural Remote Procedure Call (RPC) documentation.
For explanations of expressions relevant to the SYSRPC utility, see also the section Natural RPC Terminology in the Natural RPC (Remote Procedure Call) documentation.
The use of SYSRPC can be controlled by Natural Security: see Protecting Utilities in the Natural Security documentation.
For information on Application Programming Interfaces provided to maintain remote procedure calls, see Application Programming Interfaces for Use with Natural RPC in the Natural RPC (Remote Procedure Call) documentation.
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