direct-access method

direct-access method

[də¦rekt ′ak‚ses ‚meth·əd]
(computer science)
A technique for directly determining the location of data on a disk (track and sector address) from an identifying key in the record.
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By leveraging business process knowledge available through the soaSolution, any developer even those lacking either mainframe or Web experience, can automatically create appropriate SOA services based on either Screen Logic Interfaces (SLI) or advanced direct-access methods using CICS Direct Interfaces (CDI).