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Title : Defining and Using Global Service Attributes in SLP
Author(s) : W. Zhao, H. Schulzrinne
Filename : draft-zhao-slp-attr-01.txt
Pages : 7
Date : 14-Jun-02
This document describes how to define and use global service
attributes in the Service Location Protocol (SLP). A global service
attribute is service type independent. Its name begins with the
'service-' prefix. A global service attribute is defined using an
attribute template, and can be imported into any service template. We
show how to use global service attributes to query services across
multiple service types, and to support multi-protocol services,
multi-function devices, URL changes, and replicated server groups.
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