|Title||Filing Open Service Interface Definitions|
The Filing OSID provides a means for managing and accessing files and directories. The Filing OSID is used to abstract assumptions made about using a specific file system, or can be used to provide a file-based application a file system oriented view of other OSIDs.
The Filing OSID defines a file access session that
maps to a single
Differences from OSID Patterns
The Filing OSID assumes the pathname and filename of a
The cataloging in the file system and content sessions
behave differently than that in other OsidSessions.
Typically, one is constrained to
Finally, there are no hierarchical service patterns in
FilieSession session = filingManager.getFileContentSession(); DataInputStream dis = session.getInputStream("/etc/passwd");
The Filing OSID contains a Filing Allocation OSID for examining and managing file system utilization and user quotas.