Systems and methods for the control of dynamic data and request criteria in a data repository

CAFC
  • US 6,587,858 B1
  • Filed: 09/30/1999
  • Issued: 07/01/2003
  • Est. Priority Date: 09/30/1999
  • Status: Expired due to Term
First Claim
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1. In a computer system for controlling and monitoring data maintained in a data repository, such data being exchanged with a client by transmission of said data between the repository and client, comprising in combination:

  • repository source means from which data is obtained, said data eligible to be a component of a transmission;

    means for extracting and parsing data contained within transmissions occurring between said repository means and client, said data being additionally eligible to be a component of data exchanged with and understood by said repository source means engaging in such a transmission;

    means for using a mnemonic notation to describe a placement order of data by its position within a transmission, said transmission occurring between said repository means and client, said notation being a set of finite character sequences specified by a designer so as to be unique from transmission content, said notation further being eligible to be used as content of a notational fragment;

    means for using a mnemonic notation to describe the placement order of data by its position within a data construct created by said repository source means, said notation being a set of finite character sequences specified by a designer so as to be unique from said data, said notation further being eligible to be used as content of a notational fragment;

    means for using a mnemonic notation to describe the placement order of data by its position within a data construct accepted by a repository source means, said notation being a set of finite character sequences specified by a designer so as to be unique from said data, said notation being unique from commands understood by the repository source, said notation further being eligible to be used as content of a notational fragment;

    means for using a mnemonic notation to describe the placement order of current data by its position within a future transmission, said data being portions of content provided by a repository source means; and

    means to deny a substitution of portions of transmission content and a providing of content to said repository source means and a retrieval of content from said repository source means, said denial derived from the comparison of a privilege value specific to the transmission with said repository source means predetermined privilege value.

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