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.
In the EDI industry, a message is a formalized data record transmitted between computers. In cryptography, a document (or other content) to which cryptographic techniques are applied to ensure privacy or authenticity, for example. In the context of e-mail, a unit of transmission from one individual to another.
(USA) The entire data stream including the outer envelope. (International) The equivalent of transaction set in the USA. OASIS Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards
A collection of data that represents a entity of some sort, such as a purchase order, an activity notification, a request, etc. Within an integration context, an event is the basic unit of data that is exchanged between processes or systems. The terms event, document and message are often used interchangeably.
A block of information in EDI making up a business transaction or part of a business transaction within an international standard
(def 1-simple) A request you can ask of an object.
A request from one object that the receiving object implement a method. Because data is encapsulated and not directly accessible, a message is the only way to send data from one object to another. Each message specifies the name of the receiving object, the method to be implemented, and any parameters the method needs for implementation.
A message is a request for an object to perform an operation. The message is sent to the object for the object to interpret in its own understanding. In Dreams, the messages are called thoughts. Thoughts are pondered within the dynamically late bound understanding of a dream.
A frame used as a vehicle for communication to and from servers. The key-value pairs which comprise the message sent to the server are drawn from the Hub program rules and the current state of the token. The message causes a dispatch function to be invoked in the server. Any response from the dispatch function is used to update the token state. See frame, token.
A long sequence of bytes that typically represent a «unit of meaning» to the application processes that send and receive it. In order to communicate by message, applications exchange frames.
send a message to; "She messaged the committee"
send as a message; "She messaged the final report by fax"
send a message; "There is no messaging service at this company"
A digital representation of information.
a document with an author and a timestamp, and perhaps other definitive information about itself, with a document which is its body
an atomic piece of information carried by the MoldUDP protocol
an information unit whose source and destination entities exist above the network layer (often the application layer)
IIOP communicates via IIOP messages. The most usual are Request and Reply.
this is what members type to add their thoughts to a thread. Also known as a Reply or post.
Information that originates in the CallPath Enterprise subsystem (although it may be triggered by the telephone switch) and is presented to the application program to notify it of an event.
a set of information transmitted by one of the parties that is sufficient for the other party to reply
a note posted onto the discussion board
a post within a thread
A piece of e-mail or a posting to a newsgroup.
A piece of email or a posting to a newsgroup.
Information passed during invocation; contains a parameter word, four keys, and an optional string of data up to 4096 bytes. When more information must be transferred, extended invocation is commonly used.
a string of characters from a specified alphabet
a string with embedded named placeholders
a widget that displays a textual string
a group of bits being transmitted.
a set of data that needs to be transmitted from one application to another application, on the same or a different computer in a network
A chunk of data that is transmitted over a network.
The set of banking or technical information transmitted by the network between the participants and C.R.I., in compliance with ISO-9362 standards.
Any message carried on the network, including conference topics and responses, and e-mail.
a typical mail that you can write to any member if you like/want
A collective term for mail and phone messages, appointments, tasks, notes, workflow steps, and other custom message types.
Email retrieved by the POP3 protocol from a mail server. The POP3 protocol does not limit the types of files that may be contained in a message body. Traditionally, email is considered to be text; however, it may also be a fax.
a method for asynchronous dispatch, and used to communicate between different processes (which may run on different machines)
an in-memory SOAP envelope which enables you to code against SOAP
action, ~asynchronous, ~event, ~remote, ~synchronous
E-objects only respond to messages, rather than the call/return semantics of Java. A message consists of the name of an E-method to be executed by the recipient E-object, an envelope encapsulating the message parameters, and a sealer. The recipient E-object responds to the message by executing that specified E-method. In E, messaging is asynchronous and unidirectional.
A named sequence of items. Each item is itself a string of 0 to 255 characters but the meaning associated with each item depends on the routine which is processing it.
a sequence of bytes, with an associated type
a sequence of characters arranged sequentially in space on a medium
a sequence of groups and segments
Arbitrary MIME content
an object that contains arbitrary data, where that data is stored as a set of names and values
a sequence of data items of arbitrary length
see also: principal in RFC822, MIME
The underlying theme or idea in advertisement.
Prepared words / statements that a company wants to convey to the media, e.g. Pr4everyone wants to convey the message that it is the first online public relations portal for small and medium sized business and that its information is free.
The idea that an advertiser wants to convey through an advertisement.
The basic unit of information in a classifier system that is stored in the message list.
a basic subset of KQML
a continuous memory region of basic data types or a buffer
a body of text, with a subject text
Two lines of customizable, temporary text that appears at the bottom of Estimates, Invoices, Statements, and Purchase Orders.
A Message is the name for a piece of text which has been received from Jagex Customer Service through the Message Inbox. See here to check your messages. See also Customer Service, Jagex, Message Inbox.