Common Programming Interface for Communications
Common Programming Interface for Communications (CPI-C) is an application programming interface (API) developed by IBM in 1987 to provide a platform-independent communications interface for the IBM Systems Application Architecture based network, and to standardise programming access to SNA LU 6.2. CPI-C was part of IBM Systems Application Architecture (SAA), an attempt to standardise APIs across all IBM platforms.
- Distributed Transaction Processing: The XCPI-C Specification Version 2
- CPIC Reference Manual
- CPI-C for MVS
- Chapter 21. Using CPIC-C for Java, IBM SecureWay Communications Server
- Programming with the CPI-C API, John Lyons, 31 May 1997
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