access protocol

access protocol

[′ak‚ses ‚prōd·ə‚kȯl]
(communications)
A set of rules observed by all nodes in a local-area network so that one node can get the attention of another and its data packet can be transferred, and so that no two data packets can be simultaneously transmitted over the same medium.
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ScreamingMedia's latest version of its Web services infrastructure supports SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) and offers clients a way to access databases of content hosted by ScreamingMedia.
To match standard IT requirements, FileMaker Server 5.5 includes authentication of guests against a Windows domain and support for LADP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) service.
The improvements include provision of LDAP (lightweight directory access protocol), an alert management and formatting tool called Event Server, and an Active Objects interface which allows users to embed Java applets.
Taliglucerase alfa is available to patients with Gaucher disease in the US under an Expanded Access protocol as well as to patients in several member states of the European Union, Israel and other countries under Named Patient provisions.
Taliglucerase alfa is currently being provided to Gaucher's patients in the US under an expanded access protocol, as well as to patients in the European Union under a compassionate use protocol, Protalix said.
Development of applications that can utilise the appliance is facilitated by the release of a set of open APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) which can be used to access the server's implementation of a Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).
Publishers in 16 countries worldwide have started implementing ACAP, or the Automated Content Access Protocol, on their Web sites.
Concentrating on the needs of engineers in network operations, integrators, system suppliers and graduate students specializing in telecommunications, this covers the basics in standards and network architecture, interfaces, domain architecture, security, user plane protocol, medium access protocol, radio access network applications, terminal adaptation functions, network modeling and troubleshooting, signaling procedures with a variety of other standards and devices, and signaling procedures in the 3G core network.
In addition, DB/Text WebPublisher PRO uses SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), a standard that allows for the exchange of information in a decentralized, distributed environment.
For instance, simple object access protocol (SOAP) specifies a set of request and reply actions in XML.
In "Programming Web Services with SOAP", the authors explain how SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), the most popular web service protocol, operates to help programs communicate with each other through the Web, using XML, regardless of the operating system.
The Content Services specification is built on basic foundational standards for Web Services--WSDL (Web Service Description Language) and SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol).