Aufruf

English translation: to call up a command [IT]

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German term or phrase:ein Kommando aufrufen [IT]
English translation:to call up a command [IT]
Entered by: Sebastian Witte

10:56 Jul 28, 2020
German to English translations [Non-PRO]
Tech/Engineering - IT (Information Technology) / DACH area digital rail ticketing documentation
German term or phrase: Aufruf
Hi,

This is basically about ###Aufruf des Kommando###.

We are talking app-related software documentation here.

Railroad ticketing went mostly digital over here in Central Western Europe a few years ago, even though we still have tickets on paper, too, which have however, usually, been set up and integrated digitally as well.

There is an SAP entry that crops up a couple of times in Linguee, and I have also seen "use".

3.1.
Registry
In der Registry sind die verfügbaren Anwendungen (Applets) als sogenannte Directory Entries gespeichert.
Das FCI Template enthält eine Liste von Directory Entries.
Im DDDD Standard ist hierfür die folgende Struktur definiert:
[Bild]
Abbildung 3:
Struktur FCI Template [6]
Bei der DDDD-App werden für die Directory Entries die nachfolgenden Tags verwendet:
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ADF Name («0x4F»)
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Application Label («0x50»)
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Application Priority Indicator («0x80»)
Die Daten der drei Tags werden in TLV Sequenzen abgelegt.
Die Registry soll bis zu 8 Directory Entries mit je 25 Bytes ***Nutzdaten*** (= ###Summe ADF Name, Application Label und Application Priority Indicator###) aufnehmen können.

3.1.1.
Akzeptanzkriterium ZZZ YYY
Ein ***Aufruf*** von ZZZ YYY muss innerhalb von 15 ms abgeschlossen sein.
Maßgebend hierfür ist die Zeit gemessen vom ***Aufruf des Kommandos*** bis zum Empfang des Resultates, das vier Directory Einträge (angenommene Länge = xx Bytes) beinhaltet.


Both US English and Uk English are welcome, with the former being the option of choice.

Best regards,
Sebastian Witte
Germany
Local time: 20:40
call up
Explanation:
This refers to "calling up" a command. E.g. "XXX YYY must be 'called up' within 15 minutes. This refers to the time starting when the command is called up and ending when the results, containing four entries (assumed length = xx bytes) have been received.
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Explanation:
This refers to "calling up" a command. E.g. "XXX YYY must be 'called up' within 15 minutes. This refers to the time starting when the command is called up and ending when the results, containing four entries (assumed length = xx bytes) have been received.

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