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OVERVIEW

ARCS is an acronym for Application Resource Control Service. It is a standard service that is specifically designed for controlling the use of application resources. ARCS fulfills the needs of resource locking, concurrency control, user ...

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INSTALLATION

ARCS can be installed on any Microsoft Windows OS version that Microsoft supports. No runtime prerequisites are necessary, e.g. Java Runtime, .NET Framework. No networking software is necessary, e.g. Novell Client, Microsoft ...

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EVALUATION

All installations of ARCS are free, fully-featured versions. Your particular application may register with ARCS in evaluation-mode or in licensed-mode. Evaluation-mode means that the maximum of number users that can ...

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PURCHASE

To utilize ARCS beyond an evaluation, an ApplicationID must be purchased. An ApplicationID is supposed to be associated with a single end-user application, which houses sets of users competing for shared resources. Your ApplicationID ...

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SUPPORT

User support is carried out via email with info@arcs.us. Consulting services are also available. Unless otherwise specified, all ongoing enhancements and maintenance are included in the original cost of ARCS.

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API

The API (Application Programming Interface) consists of a set of methods each of which are formed in the body of an HTTP request. The applicable URL contains the IP address of the machine that ARCS is installed on as well as your ...

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USAGE

It may be helpful to consider a few helpful notes on how your application may interact with ARCS. Your application may warrant some of the following scenarios or some variation of them.
- If a given user for a given ...

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MONITORING

There is a web browser interface that is useful for monitoring all users and resources. There is also a simple way of testing the API from a web browser. The JavaScript code used in that web page is worthy of review.

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