JAINTM: APIs for the Integrated Network

JAIN TCAP Release Version 1.1 Specification

Standard Java(tm) Interface to the
Transaction Capabilities Application Part (TCAP)


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The JAIN TCAP API Javadoc v1.1

The JAIN TCAP Application Programming Interface (API) is part of the JAIN TCAP 1.1 Specification. A description of the classes, interfaces and methods that comprise the API as well as an example of how to implement from the API can be found in the JAIN TCAP API Javadoc v1.1.



The JAIN TCAP Reference Implementation (RI) Specification v1.1

The JAIN TCAP Reference Implementation (RI) is a an example Java program that emulates the functions of an SS7 stack in order to verify that JAIN TCAP applications are compatible with the JAIN TCAP specification. The RI can therefore be used to help develop and debug a JAIN TCAP application in the absence of an JAIN TCAP Compliant SS7 Stack. The purpose of the JAIN TCAP RI Specification v1.1 is to outline the requirements for setting up the RI and to list the scope, limitations and restrictions of the RI.



 The JAIN TCAP Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK) Specification v1.1

The purpose of the JAIN TCAP TCK is to verify that a JAIN TCAP implementation is compatible with the JAIN TCAP API Specification. The JAIN TCAP TCK Specification v1.1 details the test cases which an implementation of JAIN interfaces must pass in order to be considered compliant with the JAIN TCAP Specification.



 The JAIN TCAP API Requirements Specification v1.2

The JAIN TCAP Requirements Specification v1.2 provides a high level overview of JAIN and the JAIN TCAP API Specification as well as explaining the JAIN Architecture, Transaction Capabilities and the functionality provided by each of the requirements defined within the document.



The JAIN TCAP White Paper

The JAIN TCAP White Paper is a high level view of JAIN TCAP API. The purpose of this JAIN TCAP White Paper is to give an overview of what JAIN, TCAP and JAIN TCAP involve.



05th September 2001
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