Data Transport Standard
The Data Transport Standard (DTS) defines a high level framework, built on internet specifications, for moving data securely. This standard is a roadmap for how to utilize specific internet technologies providing for a secure, real-time (immediate) or batch (deferred) communications channel to safely move mission critical data.
Business Use Overview of DTS
This presentation was first given at the July 2007 Electronic Standards Committee meeting as a business perspective primer on DTS. Additional technical information on DTS can be found at the PESC website, at http://www.pesc.org/workgroups/datatransport/
This document diagrams how an orgranization could add DTS into existing transport system.
NCHELP Technical Manual
The NCHELP Technical Manual is a tool for communicating technical information to organizations participating in the CommonLine, Common Account Maintenance (CAM) and Common Record: CommonLine (CR:C) processes.
This document is not tied to a specific release of any underlying file format. It can and will be republished as technical specifications change and new technical needs arise. This version of the Technical Manual (issued 10/01/2008) replaces the previous version published on 01/31/2007.
This document discusses the following topics:
- CommonLine, CAM, CRC, and other optional file transport protocols
Revised 10/01/2008, effective 10/01/2008