lb, > I ask because there's always an effort to get rid of FTP and other insecure > file transfer methods and we use LDM (in lieu of SFTP) because of its system > and product access control capabilities that require relatively modest > effort. It's easier to implement than SFTP in some instances but since it > only runs on Unix based systems it is difficult to use in a heterogeneous > environment. > > I didn't intend to imply a "Windows" version, but actually a version that > runs on the Java platform, as you described for NGLDM; assume compatibility > would consequently include Windows and a host of other OS's with which LDM is > currently not compatible. > > We've been using it for years but the compatibility constraint becomes an > issue when you throw Windows systems in the mix; generally results in some > sort of FTP/SFTP and SSH implementation. Compatibility with the legacy LDM > would be great, but if it isn't and is as stable as the current system I > believe the Corps would be willing to move to the NGLDM. Graphical > interfaces to manage the configuration files and other NGLDM facilities would > be a huge improvement. The ngLDM will have a graphical user interface. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: YRT-399877 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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