Application framework:
A tool used in application development to simplify the work of development and standardize programming code. Narrowly defined, an application framework is a collection of classes and libraries used in developing applications. More broadly, an application framework will often include control structures, application-development guidelines and documentation, organizational structures and development tools. INTARFRM is an application framework in the more general sense, and is offered as a product and service.
 FGCP/A5 Powered by Windows Azure™:
A cloud service from Fujitsu that is the only cloud service in Japan to use the Windows Azure platform.
 Environment-dependent information:
Database connection information, log output destination information, etc.
 Information that is likely to change depending on different specifications:
Text displayed on screen, information classified by input entries, etc.
 .NET Framework:
Microsoft's platform for building, deploying, and running applications and XML web services.
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Date: 16 April, 2012
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