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XML-RPC

(XML Remote Procedure Call) A message-based protocol based on XML for accessing services over the Internet. An XML-RPC message is passed to the target server in an HTTP POST request. For more information, visit www.xml-rpc.com. See XMLP, XML and RPC.
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These are: for XML-RPC in C++ xmlrpc-c[10], in Java Apache XMLRPC [11], in Ruby the standard library XMLRPC [12] for JSON-RPC in C++jsonrpccpp[13], in Java JSONRPC 2.0 by [d]zhuvinov [s]ofTware [14], in Ruby jsonrpc2.0 with webrick [15].
server grpc small cxx java ruby cxx 1.446586288 1.538543454 1.843524988 client java 2.385020082 2.574738704 2.862809575 ruby 2.335048487 2.357542191 2.329401348 xmlrpc cxx java ruby small cxx 1.745901795 1.789834515 6.283093411 client java 1.872503282 1.932996376 6.336315439 ruby 2.531053102 2.39889046 6.991524778 jsonrpc cxx java ruby small cxx 1.746023073 5.997436199 6.166025146 client java 1.857895238 6.242739725 6.315714135 ruby 2.245318859 6.360743144 6.627618996 Table 2: The measured average values in seconds after 100 invokes and 5 runs with binary data.
Among features: asynchronous TCP, UDP and SCTP, secure communication via TLS for VoIP (voice, video); IPv4 and IPv6; SIMPLE instant messaging and presence with embedded XCAP server and MSRP relay; ENUM; DID and least cost routing; load balancing; routing fail-over; accounting, authentication and authorization; support for many backend systems such as MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, Radius, LDAP, Redis, Cassandra; XMLRPC control interface, SNMP monitoring.
Like most QC systems, you can drive operation directly, via watch folders or via an XMLRPC API supported by a 246-page manual.
Bloggers can show mathematical results with their own comments added if they can use the XMLRPC codes and the random problem generator (RPG) (see [6]), which is the self training system with randomly generated mathematical problems.
Embracing standards including SIP, Voice XML, AJAX (Web 2.0), and XMLRPC it is designed for inter-working with VoIP softswitches such as Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, Nortel and Cisco.
The software also boasts many advanced features such as photo blogging, podcasting, XMLRPC support and built-in functionality for multiple blogs and multiple users.
Through common Web-Services interfaces (e.g., SOAP, REST, XMLRPC) and operations-specific Extensible Markup Language (XML) documents and attachments, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) sends its imagery payload (i.e., a possible target) and metadata through a geo-rectification mediation Web Service to the Global Information Grid (GIG).
It works on industry standards such as SIP, Voice XML (VXML), AJAX (Web 2.0), and XMLRPC. It is designed to work with both VoIP soft switches such Asterisk, Freeswitch, Cisco, Nortel, and Pingtel as well as legacy platforms from Avaya, Siemens and indeed any ISDN compatible PBX.