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SNAP I Hardware Configuration
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SNAP II System Concept
of  SUADPS-RT  data  base  files  and  performs most of the functions. The host computer is con- nected  to  the  RPS  via  networking. Remote Processing System The major function of the RPS is to allow ad- ditional users to access the host system by using smaller remote computers. You can add as many as 15 different users per RPS station and conse- quently  acquire  the  degree  of  intercommunication or  networking  desired. REAL-TIME  CONCEPT Updating records at the time a transaction is entered is commonly referred to as working in a real-time  environment.  In  SUADPS-RT,  this would  happen  when  you  are  entering  a  receipt  for stock at a terminal; the quantity is posted to the on-hand   quantity   in   the   Basic   Material   File (BMF),  the  requisition  completion  date  and receipt  are  posted  to  the  Basic  Requisition  File (BRF), and the due quantity is removed from the BMF.  Previously,  SUADPS  worked  as  a  batch process (running mass transaction updates) system to  post  transactions  to  the  files  only  at  user predetermined times. SECURITY FOR SNAP I As  safeguards  against  unauthorized  users,  the AN/UYK-65(V)  provides  two  types  of  security. These safeguards are called system security and application  security. System Security System  security  is  provided  in  the  form  of computer  passwords.  Honeywell  software  pro- vides the SNAP systems coordinator the capability to require passwords in conjunction with user IDs. This is designed to prevent unauthorized users ac- cess to the Honeywell operating system. Such ac- cess  allows  movement  within  volumes,  directives, files,  and  command  language.  The  only  ship’s  per- sonnel  who  are  authorized  these  types  of  abilities are automated data processing (ADP) personnel. Application  Security Functional   application   systems,   such   as SUADPS-RT,   IMMS-RT,   ADM,   and   others, provide security control in the form of a LOGON ID.  Each  LOGON  ID  is  assigned  by  the  respective functional  area  supervisor  and  limits  the  range  of subsystems  within  which  the  user  can  work. SUADPS-RT   MANAGEMENT SUBSYSTEMS Before   supply   personnel   can   use   the SUADPS-RT,  the  ADP  division  must  bring  the system   on   line   by   executing   the   SNAP   I distributed   application   generation   (GEN)   pro- gram.  This  program  gathers  system  files  and makes  them  available  to  the  SUADPS-RT  pro- cessing  programs.  As  a  general  rule,  ADP  will keep  the  GEN  up  at  all  times  except  for  short periods at night to print reports and save all the files. With the GEN up, authorized SUADPS-RT users  can  log  on  and  process  all  transactions and  functions  to  which  they  have  been  granted access. SUADPS-RT  is  divided  into  four  application subsystems  plus  an  executive  subsystem.  The executive  subsystem  provides  controls,  allows  cen- tralization  of  common  functions,  and  serves  as the primary interface with the user. Figure 10-3 illustrates the basic functions available under each of the SUADPS-RT subsystems. Complete infor- mation  concerning  the  functions,  screens,  and detailed procedures for each of the SUADPS-RT subsystems  described  in  the  following  paragraphs can be found in the  SUADPS-RT   Support   Pro- cedures  Manual,   volumes  I,  II,  and  III.  This manual  is  found  on  board  ships  with  a  SNAP  I system  and  at  SIMAs. Logistics Management Subsystem This  subsystem  contains  programs  to  order DTO  material,  receive  and  issue  stock,  query system files, track DLR carcasses, and maintain control  and  validation  files.  Management  func- tions  include  suspense  processing,  requisition  file monitoring  and  history  processing,  and  various logistics  reports  related  to  requisition  files. Inventory Management Subsystem This subsystem contains programs to establish and  update  material  files  and  process  inventories, reorders,  and  off-loads.  Management  functions include  demand  processing,  excess  cancellation requests, SEAMART and PEB item reviews, and packup  management. 10-4

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