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I-D ACTION:draft-fairlie-sipping-netapp-session-00.txt

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	Title		: Network Application Session Framework
	Author(s)	: R. Fairlie-Cuninghame
	Filename	: draft-fairlie-sipping-netapp-session-00.txt
	Pages		: 14
	Date		: 05-Jun-02
This document defines a framework for using Session Initiation
Protocol sessions to create user interface components for network
application interaction.  These Network Applications Sessions
provide a number of services to the application server and user
agent including application identification, co-operation,
association, and authentication.  In addition to these services the
framework allows for differing modes of interaction to be managed in
a homogenous manner with similar expectations for security,
establishment, update, closure and the handling of certain user
interface operations.

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