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DSML

(Directory Services Markup Language) A set of XML tags that defines the contents of a directory. Developed by Bowstreet, Inc., Tewksbury, MA (www.bowstreet.com), which was acquired by IBM in 2005, and endorsed by major vendors, it is designed to allow directories to work together. An access protocol such as LDAP is required to request services, and DSML provides a common format for delivering the results. For information, visit www.xml.org. See LDAP.
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The ratings also draw comfort from the availability of personal guarantees of parent's directors on borrowing availed by DSML.
In the DPF Workbench, a DSML corresponds to a diagrammatic specification editor, which in turn consists of a signature and a metamodel.
For the deployment stage, an online and open source project has been created to involve a large community and easing access to this DSML.
3 acts as a provisioning service provider that supports both DSML and XSD formats.
Access360 has submitted DAML (Directory Access Markup Languages) as its proposal for DSML 2.