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Files are still a major way of storing data in computer systems, and they are a significant part of the information to be handled by the distributed processing networks that are developing. Systems Application Architecture is supporting distributed files. In this paper, the goals, benefits, and problems of providing this support are discussed, along with the role of Distributed Data Management architecture.
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