Service Advertising Protocol (SAP)
SAP is a method by which networks
can advertise available network services.
SAP allows service nodes
(such as file servers, print servers, and application servers)
to advertise their services and addresses.
The Service Advertising Protocol daemon (SAPD)
uses the SAP protocol to advertise these services.
SCO OpenServer supplies the following SAP library
routines with which to access SAPD:
provides a brief overview of these routines
and how to include them in application programs.
``Service Advertising Protocol Daemon library''
to find the manual pages for these routines.
SCO IPX/SPX programming issues
Sequence Packet Exchange (SPX)
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003