Callback File System 5.0
Callback File System 5.0 Implement Your Own File Syst...
With Callback File System 5.0 component you can create your own file system within the application you develop and expose this file system to Windows as a virtual disk or a folder of existing disk.
You don' t need any kernel-mode development to implement your own file system. Use C++, C#, Visual Basic . NET, Delphi or even Java to expose any data as a file system to third-party processes.
Such approach lets you offer information stored in the database or across network, as if they were files on the local disk.
Contact: Eugene Mayevski
EldoS Corporation announces today the release of new enhanced version of Callback File System [callbackfilesystem5.0.exe] software component. Version 3 makes possible embedding of a virtual file system into an existing NTFS structure, offers complete compatibility with Windows 7 and Windows 2008 Server R2 and has other valuable improvements. Major update of Callback File System - 24.45MB (CBFS) gives software developers a fast and convenient tool for creation of sophisticated virtual disks and even more, not available elsewhere, - creation of virtual directories.
Callback File System 5.0 allows developer to present any data, either to end-user or to applications, as files and folders of a local virtual disk. Source data may obtained during run-time from binary data of any type, such as database records, remote or local files, e-mail messages, etc. , located in a single place or distributed over a network. Callback File System provides developers with all functionalities expected from a full-fledged file system. It gives either end-users or 3rd party applications possibility to read and modify corresponding data on-the-fly transparently and efficiently as if they were files on a local disk. Moreover, actual location of data is hidden from an end-user or application. With Callback File System developers can create and apply a permission schema, specifying what application or users can access, view or modify data through access to virtual files and folders. Callback File System also provides support of all NTFS security functions.
New major version of Callback File System includes ability to create virtual directory on an existing NTFS disk. Therefore, while the number of drives remains the same, an access to required data is provided through the virtual folder. For end-users or third-party applications it will look exactly the same as any conventional folder. Developers who prefer creation of virtual drives instead of virtual folders will be glad to hear that a custom icon can now be assigned to any virtual drive.
About EldoS Corporation
EldoS Corporation focuses on development of security and low-level system software components. The software offered by EldoS Corporation is used by a number of small to large-scale companies and organizations, including financial and military institutions.
Key product families include:
* SecureBlackbox® - the software component suite for security and encryption;
* Solid File System - the advanced file system for low-level and embedded development;
* Callback Line - the product line for creation of virtual storage software solutions.
Mailing address: EldoS Corporation, 2nd Floor, 145-157 St John Street, London, EC1V 4PY, United Kingdom.
What is new in official Callback File System 5.0 software version? - File caches improved. Windows 8.1 and Windows 2012 Server R2 support added. What is expected in the future? Newly-made Callback File System 5.1 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 5.2 release build. You may download cbfs.zip directly, estimated download time by ADSL2+ [~24.5 Mbit/s] is 0:00:08. Just write the reviews of the Callback File System. Buy Callback File System safely through the one software industry's premier registration commerce providers. System requirements are One of supported operating systems and development tools.. Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and Callback File System found to be clean. No guide or Callback File System tutorial available. The following languages are supported by Callback File System: English.