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Title : The MIME Application/BatchBeep Content-type
Author(s) : R. Herriot
Filename : draft-herriot-application-batchbeep-00.txt
Pages : 18
Date : 29-Mar-01
The Application/BatchBeep content-type, like the Multipart/Related
content-type, provides a mechanism for representing objects that
consist of multiple components. An Application/BatchBeep entity
contains the wire representation of the client-to-server part of a
BEEP (Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol) session, which consists of
sequence of frames. Each frame contains a message or a part of a
message. Each message (other than channel 0 messages) represents a
component of the compound object, just as a body part of a
Multipart/Related entity represents a component.
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