Any notice, word, or communication, written or verbal, sent from one person to another.
Hence, specifically, an official communication, not made in person, but delivered by a messenger; as, the President's message.
From Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1 ( 1999-06-15) The basic unit of HTTP communication, consisting of a structured sequence of octets matching the syntax defined in section 4 and transmitted via the connection.
From Web Characterization Terminology & Definitions Sheet ( 1999-05-24) A unit of communication exchanged between equivalent network layers or services, located at different hosts.
Data in communication. See Encoding/Decoding and Encryption/Decryption of Messages .
Completed communication; telephone call becomes message when conversation takes place between the calling and called persons.
An official communication from one house to the other or from the Governor to the Legislature, usually transmitting bills or resolutions; they become part of the official journal.
In a payment system, a communication between parties participating in the system.
An official communication from one house of the General Assembly to the other or from the Governor to the General Assembly.
Any thought or idea expressed briefly in a plain, coded, or secret language and prepared in a form suitable for transmission by any means of communication. abbreviation: MSG Fr: messag
A message is a communication sent via E-mail or news. E-mail messages are private in nature and may only be read by the people designated as the recipients. E-mail is analogous to a letter. News messages are more public and can be read by anyone looking at the newsgroup to which the news message was sent. News messages are analogous to posting a notice on a bulletin board. The action of sending a message to a newsgroup is often called a post, and the sender is often called a poster.
The content of psychic communication regardless of the type or form of delivery.
1. A sequence of characters used to convey information or data. In data communications, messages are usually in an agreed format with a heading, which establishes the destination of the message, and text, which consists of the data to be sent. 2. A block of text or recording delivered by a messaging system. See e-mail, instant messaging, voice mail and unified messaging.
(1) The basic unit of communication defined by the Interprogram Messaging Manager. The term message is used as an inclusive term to refer both to letters and non-letter messages See also: letter
a misleading term for theme, the central idea or statement of a story or area of inquiry or explanation, misleading because it suggests a simple, packaged statement that preexists and for the simple communication of which the story is written.
A type of command sent to an object. Physically, a message is identified by a 32-bit integer. Most messages have two parameters associated with them. Most objects continually monitor for newly received messages and act on them. Back
A series of bits sent from a terminal to a computer, or vice versa.
In the context of IBM's MQSeries; a communication sent between two programs.
Any information sent as a component interacts with another.
a communication (usually brief) that is written or spoken or signaled; "he sent a three-word message"
what a communication that is about something is about
a communication between the ITL or CITL and a registry
a communication between two instances of an association role on a specification level collaboration diagram
a communication sent from one user, program, or procedure to another
a discrete data communication
a logical unit for internode communication
an abstract definition of the data being communicated
a NamedElement that defines one specific kind of communication in an Interaction
an indentifier that is sent to an object
an individual communication item
a notification of some occurence sent by Windows to an application (clicking a mouse button, resizing a window, pressing a key)
an uninterpreted character string that the LCP would like to be stored in the MLM Core logs, displayed on the operator console, sent to the administrator, or possibly all of the above
a phrase that the speaker decides to communicate to the hearer
a request, report, and/or event that contains information needed to coordinate communication between different applications
a single unit of communication encapsulating some information
a string which is sent to the Output facility to be printed and logged
a transactioned unit of information , which may be part of a complex flow of information units, that is communicated between two endpoints
a typed collection of data objects used in communications between threads
a unit of information or data that is sent from a process running on one computer to other processes running on the same or different computers on the network
Information sent from one entity to another on the network. A single message may be divided into several packets for delivery to the destination and then reassembled by the receiving host.
the actual information or signal sent from a sender to a receiver. The "content" of a communication.
The “what” being communicated. Verbal and nonverbal communications can influence reception of the message, so speakers must be careful to attend to both.
Communication from one house to the other, or from the Governor, concerning legislative or gubernatorial action on bills, resolutions or executive appointments.
Any thought or idea expressed in brief form or in plain or secret language; prepared in a form suitable for transmission by any means of communication.
The contents of an email communication, contained in the message body.
(1) (n.) The information which is generated by an application that indicates a process's status.(2) (n.) One or more linked message blocks. A message is referenced by its first message block and its type is defined by the message type of that block.(3) Data in the form of a gss_buffer_t object that is sent from one GSS-API-based application to its peer. An example of a message is â€œ lsâ€ sent to a remote ftp server. A message can contain more than just the user-provided data. For example, gss_wrap() takes an unwrapped message and produces a wrapped one to be sent. The wrapped message includes both the original message and an accompanying MIC. GSS-API-generated information that does not include a message is a token. See token for more information. See also wrapper.
A formal communication by one house to the other house concerning action taken on a bill.
A message is sent to a user for a number of events, which may be triggered by the system (such as link check messages), or directly (by sending a message) or indirectly (by deleting a reference so that a user shadow is affected) by other user s. Messages are always categorized according to the bibliography which triggered the message.
The information (facts, strengths, culture/style and future direction) that is most relevant to priority audiences and serves as the major content points for all communications.
Communication by words, signals, or other means from one person to another
The signals sent to communicate information
The abstract concept of an atomic unit of communication.
An official communication from beyond the body which is read into and made a portion of its journal.
An action that is sent outside the local environment of the transition network. See Event.
Electronic communication with Agencies is performed via Messages. An example of a Message is a License/Permit/Registration Application directed to a specific Agency or a message intended for SCBOS Accounting.
A unit of communication during collaborations between objects. In OOA/D the message passed between objects and the responsibility implementation, usually a method, that responds to it are kept separate. The notion of message is quite conceptual in OOA/D and supports methodological approaches for constructing OO software. In particular, messages are regarded as announcements that something has happened in the sender, rather than as an imperative to the receiver to do something specific. In OOP and the OOPLs this distinction is not made because of the compromises that the OOPLs must make with computational models. However, if the OOA/D has been done properly, this loss of detail is benign because the responsibilities and collaborations defined in the OOA/D were done properly. (See category on what OO is all about.)
Information sent and received that communicates various parts of a transaction.
An alert or report sent to you in response to a watch or report specification. Messages can be delivered to a variety of destinations in plain text or HTML formats.
A message is the basic unit of data sent from one Web services agent to another in the context of Web services. The basic unit of communication between a Web service and a requester: data to be communicated to or from a Web service as a single logical transmission. [WSD Reqs] See also SOAP message.
The MSG command N-Z
The information that is sent by a notification activity. A message must be defined before it can be associated with a notification activity. A message contains a subject, a priority, a body, and possibly one or more message attributes.
In message queuing applications, a communication sent between programs. In system programming, information intended for the terminal operator or system administrator.
For Message Queuing, a unit of information sent between computers running Message Queuing. The message can contain text or binary data as defined by the sending application. All messages, including status messages, are stored in queues on Message Queuing computers. See also: Message Queuing
The content of the communicative act.
(1.) Information from the system that informs the user of a condition that may affect further processing of a current program. (2.) An error indication, or any brief information that a program writes to standard error or a queue. (3.) Information sent from one user in a multiuser operating system to another. (4.) A general method of communication between two processes. (5.) A group of characters and control bit sequences transferred as an entity. (6.) One or more linked blocks of data or information, with associated STREAMS control structures containing a message type. Messages are the only means of communicating within a stream.
The basic unit of communication containing the data to be transmitted between the client and server.
the thought, feeling or idea being conveyed in communication.
Message in its most general meaning is an object of communication. It is something which provides information; it can also be this information itself. Therefore, its meaning is dependent upon the context in which it is used; the term may apply to both the information and its form.