IEC TR 62541-1:2020 is available as IEC TR 62541-1:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 62541-1:2020 presents the concepts and overview of the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA). Reading this document is helpful to understand the remaining parts of this multi-part document set. Each of the other parts of IEC 62451 is briefly explained along with a suggested reading order.

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IEC TR 62541-2:2020 is available as IEC TR 62541-2:2020 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.
IEC 62541-2:2020 describes the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA) security model. It describes the security threats of the physical, hardware, and software environments in which OPC UA is expected to run. It describes how OPC UA relies upon other standards for security. It provides definition of common security terms that are used in this and other parts of the OPC UA specification. It gives an overview of the security features that are specified in other parts of the OPC UA specification. It references services, mappings, and Profiles that are specified normatively in other parts of the OPC UA Specification. It provides suggestions or best practice guidelines on implementing security. Any seeming ambiguity between this part and one of the other normative parts does not remove or reduce the requirement specified in the other normative part.

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IEC 62745:2017(E) specifies requirements for the functionality and interfacing of cableless (for example, radio, infra-red) control systems that provide communication between operator control station(s) and the control system of a machine. Specific requirements are included for such operator control stations that are portable by the operator.

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The purpose of this MOAA standard is to define a set of open architecture standards,
concepts & guidelines for Advanced Avionics Architectures (A3).
The three main goals for the MOAA Standards are:
— Reduced life cycle costs,
— Improved mission performance,
— Improved operational performance.
The MOAA standards are organised as a set of documents including:
— A set of agreed standards that describe, using a top down approach, the Architecture overview to all
interfaces required to implement the core within avionics system,
— The guidelines for system implementation through application of the standards.
This standard details the functionality and principle interfaces of an EN 4660 compliant network to
ensure the interoperability of Common Functional Modules and design guidelines to assist in
implementation of such a network.
The purpose of this standard is to establish by means of well defined interfaces and functionality, a
network design that is technology transparent and that is open to a multi-vendor market. Therefore,
specific data communication network topology, protocols and technologies are not identified in this
document.
Although the physical organisation and implementation of the network shall remain the System
Designers choice, in accordance with the best use of the current technology, it is necessary to define
interfaces and parameter sets in order to achieve a logical definition of the network with a defined
functionality. This definition includes:
— The generic functionality applicable to all networks.
— The logical interfaces to the Operating System and Module Support Layers.
— Optionally the physical interfaces to the Common Functional Modules (CFM).
This document identifies the principle interfaces for the Network, in Clause 4, and where appropriate,
provides requirements on network parameters to be defined.

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This part of ISO 10161 defines the protocol for an ILL application-service-element (ASE). It specifies
the behaviour which must be exhibited by a system in order to take part in the provision of the ISO
interlibrary loan service.
It provides a formal statement of the rules of behaviour of each of the two or more entities participating
in an ILL transaction. It specifies
a) the actions to be taken on receiving request service primitives issued by an ILL service-user,
b) the actions to be taken on receiving application-protocol-data-units (APDUs), and
c) the actions to be taken as a result of events within the local system.
It provides a specification (in Clause 9) of the abstract syntax required to convey the ILL Protocol APDUs.
It states the conformance requirements to be met by implementors of this protocol (in Clause 10).
The scope of the ILL Protocol is restricted to the interconnection of systems; it does not specify or
restrict the possible implementation of interfaces within a computer system. Computer systems can
range from stand-alone workstations to mainframes.
This part of ISO 10161 is intended for use by libraries, information utilities such as union catalogue
centres, and any other system which processes bibliographic information. These systems can participate
in an interlibrary loan transaction in the role of requester (i.e. an initiator of ILL requests), responder
(i.e. a provider of bibliographic material or information) and/or intermediary (i.e. an agent that acts on
behalf of a requester to find suitable responders).
Various interworking topologies are supported, ranging from simple two-party interactions, to multiparty
interactions.

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IEC 62919:2017(E) specifies the requirements, protocol and the data format to visualize personal content saved on various devices, such as mobile phones, music players, personal computers, hard disk recorders and e-book devices. It also specifies methods for gathering information of digital content saved on personal devices and shared within a group, and to extract the gathered information by a uniform application interface.

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IEC 62919:2017(E) specifies the requirements, protocol and the data format to visualize personal content saved on various devices, such as mobile phones, music players, personal computers, hard disk recorders and e-book devices. It also specifies methods for gathering information of digital content saved on personal devices and shared within a group, and to extract the gathered information by a uniform application interface.

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IEC 61784-3-17:2016 specifies a safety communication layer (services and protocol) based on CPF 17 of IEC 61784-2 (CP 17/1) and IEC 61158 Type 21. It identifies the principles for functional safety communications defined in IEC 61784-3 that are relevant for this safety communication layer. This safety communication layer is intended for implementation in safety devices only.

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IEC 61784-3-17:2016 specifies a safety communication layer (services and protocol) based on CPF 17 of IEC 61784-2 (CP 17/1) and IEC 61158 Type 21. It identifies the principles for functional safety communications defined in IEC 61784-3 that are relevant for this safety communication layer. This safety communication layer is intended for implementation in safety devices only.

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IEC 62745:2017(E) specifies requirements for the functionality and interfacing of cableless (for example, radio, infra-red) control systems that provide communication between operator control station(s) and the control system of a machine. Specific requirements are included for such operator control stations that are portable by the operator.

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IEC 62919:2017 specifies the requirements, protocol and the data format to visualize personal content saved on various devices, such as mobile phones, music players, personal computers, hard disk recorders and e-book devices. It also specifies methods for gathering information of digital content saved on personal devices and shared within a group, and to extract the gathered information by a uniform application interface.

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IEC 62827-2:2017(E), IEC 62827 defines a wireless power management protocol for wireless power transfer to multiple devices in a wireless power management system. Various functions of wireless power management systems are justified. The wireless power management frames and messages that work between the management block of a power source and the management block or the coupler block of a device, or the coupler block of a power source, are defined as well to execute various functions. Also, the procedures for each functionality are described based on its frames and messages.

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IEC 62827-2:2017, defines a wireless power management protocol for wireless power transfer to multiple devices in a wireless power management system. Various functions of wireless power management systems are justified. The wireless power management frames and messages that work between the management block of a power source and the management block or the coupler block of a device, or the coupler block of a power source, are defined as well to execute various functions. Also, the procedures for each functionality are described based on its frames and messages.

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IEC 62056-7-3:2017(E) specifies DLMS/COSEM wired and wireless M-Bus communication profiles for local and neighbourhood networks. It is restricted to aspects concerning the use of communication protocols in conjunction with the COSEM data model and the DLMS/COSEM application layer.

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IEC 62745:2017(E) specifies requirements for the functionality and interfacing of cableless (for example, radio, infra-red) control systems that provide communication between operator control station(s) and the control system of a machine. Specific requirements are included for such operator control stations that are portable by the operator.

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IEC 62056-7-3:2017 specifies DLMS/COSEM wired and wireless M-Bus communication profiles for local and neighbourhood networks. It is restricted to aspects concerning the use of communication protocols in conjunction with the COSEM data model and the DLMS/COSEM application layer.

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IEC 62745:2017 specifies requirements for the functionality and interfacing of cableless (for example, radio, infra-red) control systems that provide communication between operator control station(s) and the control system of a machine. Specific requirements are included for such operator control stations that are portable by the operator.

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IEC 62056-7-5:2016 specifies DLMS/COSEM communication profiles for transmitting metering data modelled by COSEM interface objects through a Local Data Transmission Interface (LDTI). The LDTI may be part of a meter or of a Local Network Access Point (LNAP) hosting a DLMS/COSEM server.

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This part of ISO 10161 defines the protocol implementation conformance statement (PICS) proforma
for the ILL protocol as specified in ISO 10161-1, in compliance with the relevant requirements, and in
accordance with the relevant guidance for a PICS proforma, given in ISO/IEC 9646-2.
Implementers claiming conformance to ISO 10161-1 complete the proforma as part of the conformance
requirements.

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This European Standard gives the standardization framework of communication systems applicable to the exchange of data from metering devices to other devices within a mesh network.
This European Standard specifies how to interpret prEN 16836-2:2015 and prEN 16836-3:2015 which give a list of references to the ZigBee documents. This series is applicable to communications systems that involve messages and networking between a meter or multiple meters and other devices in a mesh network, such as in home displays (IHDs) and communications hubs. This European Standard allows routing between devices and also allows channel agility to avoid contention with other networks of the same type, or indeed networks of other types operating in the same frequency bands.
This European Standard is designed to support low power communications for devices such as gas and water meters which can make data from such devices available on the mesh network at any time through a proxy capability within a permanently powered device.

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ISO 10160:2015 is an Application Layer standard within the Open Systems Interconnection framework defined by ISO 7498.
ISO 10160:2015 defines the services for Interlibrary Loan. These services are provided by the use of the ILL protocol in conjunction with the supporting telecommunications service which might be a store-and-forward messaging service, such as that provided by the MOTIS Standard, ISO/IEC 10021‑4; or a direct connection-mode service using ISO 8822 and ISO 8649.
ISO 10160:2015 does not specify individual implementations or products, nor does it constrain the implementation of entities and interfaces within a computer system. Computer systems might range from stand-alone workstations to mainframes.
ISO 10160:2015 is intended for use by libraries, information utilities such as union catalogue centres, and any other system which processes bibliographic information. These systems might participate in an interlibrary loan transaction in the role of requester (i.e. an initiator of ILL requests), responder (i.e. a provider of bibliographic material or information) and/or intermediary (i.e. an agent that acts on behalf of a requester to find suitable responders).
Various interworking topologies are supported, ranging from simple two-party interactions to multi-party interactions.
There is no requirement for conformance to this International Standard. Conformance is required only for the ILL protocol specification.

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IEC TR 62541-1:2016(E) is a Technical Report and presents the concepts and overview of the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA). Reading this document is helpful to understand the remaining parts of this multi-part document set. Each of the other parts is briefly explained along with a suggested reading order. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition of IEC TR 62541-1, published in 2010. This edition includes no technical changes with respect to the previous edition but includes updates to reflect changes or additions in normative parts of IEC 62541.

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IEC TR 62541-2:2016(E) is a Technical Report and describes the OPC unified architecture (OPC UA) security model. It describes the security threats of the physical, hardware, and software environments in which OPC UA is expected to run. It describes how OPC UA relies upon other standards for security. It provides definition of common security terms that are used in this and other parts of the OPC UA specification. It gives an overview of the security features that are specified in other parts of the OPC UA specification. It references services, mappings, and Profiles that are specified normatively in other parts of this multi-part specification. It provides suggestions or best practice guidelines on implementing security. Any seeming ambiguity between this part of IEC 62541 and one of the normative parts of IEC 62541 does not remove or reduce the requirement specified in the normative part. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition of IEC TR 62541-2, published in 2010. This second edition includes no technical changes with respect to the first edition but a number of clarifications and additional text for completeness.

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IEC 62056-7-5:2016 specifies DLMS/COSEM communication profiles for transmitting metering data modelled by COSEM interface objects through a Local Data Transmission Interface (LDTI). The LDTI may be part of a meter or of a Local Network Access Point (LNAP) hosting a DLMS/COSEM server.

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IEC TS 62056-9-1:2016(E) defines how DLMS/COSEM servers can be accessed from a COSEM Access Client via an intermediate COSEM Access Service (CAS) providing Web services.

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IEC TS 62056-6-9:2016(E) describes how in the utility environment an ERP system or a third party system can exchange information with a metering system. In particular, this Technical Specification covers the mapping between information interchange messages of a CIM-based ERP or third party system and a DLMS/COSEM-based metering system.

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This standard provides specifications in accordance with the OSI Basic Reference Model,
ISO/IEC 7498–1, (e.g., PhL, DL, etc.), and also provides security and management (including
network and device configuration) specifications for wireless devices serving Annex C’s usage
classes 1 through 5, and potentially class 0, for fixed, portable, and moving devices.
This standard is intended to provide reliable and secure wireless operation for non-critical
monitoring, alerting, supervisory control, open loop control, and closed loop control
applications. This standard defines a protocol suite, including system management, gateway
considerations, and security specifications, for low-data-rate wireless connectivity with fixed,
portable, and slowly-moving devices, often operating under severe energy and power
constraints. The application focus is the performance needs of process automation monitoring
and control where end-to-end communication latencies on the order of at least 100 ms can be
tolerated.
To meet the needs of industrial wireless users and operators, the technology specified in this
document provides robustness in the presence of interference found in harsh industrial
environments or caused by wireless systems not covered by this international standard. As
described in Clause 4, this standard addresses coexistence with other wireless devices
anticipated in the industrial workspace, such as cell phones and devices based on IEC 62591
(based on WirelessHART™1), IEC 62601 (based on WIA-PA), IEEE 802.11 (WiFi),
IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.16 (WiMax), and other relevant standards. Furthermore, this standard
supports interoperability of devices compliant with this international standard, as described in
Clause 5, in those aspects of operation that are covered by this international standard.
This standard does not define or specify plant infrastructure or its security or performance
characteristics. However, it is important that the security of the plant infrastructure be assured
by the end user.

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ISO/IEC 9834-8:2014 specifies procedures for the generation of universally unique identifiers (UUIDs) and for their use in the international object identifier tree under the joint UUID arc.

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IEC/TS 62224:2013(E) explains the conceptual model of the protocol specification to exchange license information between DRM modules. This Technical Specification also outlines which models should be defined as standard models as well as the standard meanings (mainly from the viewpoint of information security in the environment, including home server systems). This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition published in 2007 and constitutes a technical revision. It includes the following technical changes:
- the Diffie-Hellman method concerning Secure license transaction protocol (SLTP) model has been added,
- the Protected Content Format (PCF) model which is dependent on each service has been deleted,
- a description related to IEC 62227 has been added,
- the classification of certification authority has been added.

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ISO/IEC 22536:2013 is part of a suite of standards that specify tests for ISO/IEC 18092. It defines test methods for the RF-interface. ISO/IEC 22536:2013 specifies RF-test methods for NFCIP-1 devices with antennas fitting within the rectangular area of 50 mm by 40 mm. This test standard, the first of two parts, specifies compliance tests for the RF interface of ISO/IEC 18092 devices. The companion test standard ISO/IEC 23917 specifies protocol tests for ISO/IEC 18092.

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2012-06-27 - Publication editing allocated to cpalagi@cencenelec.eu

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ISO/IEC 9834-1:2012: specifies a tree structure for allocations made by a hierarchical structure of Registration Authorities, called the international object identifier (OID) tree, which supports the ASN.1 OBJECT IDENTIFIER type and the ASN.1 OID-IRI type (ISO/IEC 8824-1); registers top-level arcs of the international OID tree; specifies procedures which are generally applicable to registration at any level of the international OID tree; provides guidelines for the establishment and operation of International Registration Authorities for use, when needed, by other ITU-T Recommendations and/or International Standards; provides guidelines for additional ITU-T Recommendations and/or International Standards which choose to reference the procedures in ISO/IEC 9834-1:2012; provides a recommended fee structure for lower-level Registration Authorities. Information about registration for specific objects is contained in separate ITU-T Recommendations and/or International Standards. ISO/IEC 9834-1:2012 applies to registration by ITU-T Recommendations and/or International Standards, by International Registration Authorities, and by any other Registration Authority.

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This International Standard specifies the terminal for a service purchase and protection system for digital broadcasts, called the 18Crypt system. It is applicable in all countries and regions with suitably compliant broadcasting and multimedia distribution systems. Guidelines for compatible broadcast services are given in this standard. The service purchase and protection functions operate in a pure broadcast environment that may be combined with a bidirectional interactivity channel. This standard is applicable to the following broadcast systems. a) IP datacast over DVB-H systems IP datacast over DVB-H is an end-to-end broadcast system for delivery of any type of digital content and services using IP-based mechanisms optimized for devices with limitations on computational resources and battery. An inherent part of the IP datacast system is that it comprises a unidirectional DVB broadcast path that may be combined with a bi-directional mobile/cellular interactivity path. IP datacast is thus a platform that can be used for enabling the convergence of services from broadcast/media and telecommunications domains (for example, mobile/cellular). This standard specifies service purchase and protection for IP datacast over DVB-H systems (see Table B.6 for an overview of references to one such system). b) DVB T/C/S systems DVB T/C/S systems are end-to-end broadcast systems for audio/video data that employ an MPEG2 transport stream and use terrestrial, cable or satellite broadcast networks. This standard specifies a system for the protection of these broadcasts in a pure broadcast environment. In addition, this standard specifies how purchasing, key management and registration may be carried out over an optional interactivity channel. The protection technologies offered by this standard are designed to operate within an existing DVB SimulCrypt environment (see Table B.6 for an overview of references). c) MPEG2 TS-based IP systems MPEG2 TS-based IP systems employ bi-directional IP networks for the (broadcast) delivery of MPEG2 transport streams. This standard specifies a system for the purchase and protection of services and content delivered via these networks. This standard is applicable to, for example, DVB-IPI systems (see Table B.6 for an overview of references). d) Non-MPEG2 TS-based IP systems Non-MPEG2 TS-based IP systems employ bi-directional IP networks for the (broadcast) delivery of audio/video or other data using IP protocols instead of an MPEG2 transport stream. This standard specifies a system for the purchase and protection of services and content delivered via these networks (see Table B.6 for an overview of references).

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This part of IEC 62541 presents the concepts and overview of the Unified Architecture (OPC UA) specification produced by the OPC Foundation. Reading this report enables the reader to understand the series of IEC 62541 standards. Each of the other parts is briefly explained along with a suggested reading order.

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This part of IEC 62541 describes the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA) security model. It describes the security threats of the physical, hardware and software environments in which OPC UA is expected to run. It describes how OPC UA relies upon other standards for security. It gives an overview of the security features that are specified in other parts of the OPC UA specification. It references services, mappings, and profiles that are specified normatively in other parts of this series of standards. Note that there are many different aspects of security that have to be addressed when developing applications. However since OPC UA specifies a communication protocol, the focus is on securing the data exchanged between applications. This does not mean that an application developer can ignore the other aspects of security like protecting persistent data against tampering. It is important that the developer look into all aspects of security and decide how they can be addressed in the application. This part of IEC 62541 is directed to readers who will develop OPC UA client or server applications or implement the OPC UA services layer. It is assumed that the reader is familiar with Web Services and XML/SOAP. Information on these technologies can be found in SOAP Part 1 and SOAP Part 2.

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IEC/TR 62541-2:2010(E) describes the OPC Unified Architecture (OPC UA) security model. It describes the security threats of the physical, hardware and software environments in which OPC UA is expected to run. It describes how OPC UA relies upon other standards for security. It gives an overview of the security features that are specified in other parts of the OPC UA specification. It references services, mappings, and profiles that are specified normatively in other parts of this series of standards. It is directed to readers who will develop OPC UA client or server applications or implement the OPC UA services layer.

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ISO/IEC 9834-9:2008 specifies the procedures for operating the Registration Authority for object identifiers under the arc {joint-iso-itu-t(2) tag-based(27)}, that supports tag-based applications and services.

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ISO/IEC 9834-7:2008 specifies procedures for Registration Authorities that are responsible for the assignment to international organizations of names that are globally unambiguous in the context of: O/R addresses, as defined in ISO/IEC 10021-2; Directory names, as defined in ISO/IEC 9594-2; The joint international organizations arc of the International Object Identifier tree, as defined in ISO/IEC 9834-1.

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ISO/IEC 9834-3:2008 specifies the procedures for adding or modifying entries in the "Register of arcs beneath the top level arc with primary integer value 2" and for the publication of such entries.

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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 10 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Call Handling Web Service. The following are defined here:
• Name spaces.
• Sequence diagrams.
• Data definitions.
• Interface specification plus detailed method descriptions.
• Fault definitions.
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• WSDL Description of the interfaces.

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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 5 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Multimedia Messaging Web Service. The following are defined here:
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• Fault definitions.
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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 14 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Presence Web Service. The following are defined here:
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• Fault definitions.
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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 8 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Terminal Status Web Service. The following are defined here:
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• Fault definitions.
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• WSDL Description of the interfaces.

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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 3 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Call Notification Web Service. The following are defined here:
• Name spaces.
• Sequence diagrams.
• Data definitions.
• Interface specification plus detailed method descriptions.
• Fault definitions.
• Service Policies.
• WSDL Description of the interfaces.

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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 6 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Payment Web Service. The following are defined here:
• Name spaces.
• Sequence diagrams.
• Data definitions.
• Interface specification plus detailed method descriptions.
• Fault definitions.
• Service Policies.
• WSDL Description of the interfaces.

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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 13 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Address List Management Web Service. The following are defined here:
• Name spaces.
• Sequence diagrams.
• Data definitions.
• Interface specification plus detailed method descriptions.
• Fault definitions.
• Service Policies.
• WSDL Description of the interfaces.

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Update of ES 203 915 to become Parlay 5.2. Only those parts requiring modification will be updated (most parts require maintenance fixes).The present document is part 15 of the Stage 3 specification for an Application Programming Interface (API) for Open Service Access (OSA).
The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardised interface, i.e. the OSA APIs.
The present document specifies the Multi Media Messaging Service Capability Feature (SCF) aspects of the interface.
All aspects of the Multi Media Messaging SCF are defined here, these being:
• Sequence Diagrams.
• Class Diagrams.
• Interface specification plus detailed method descriptions.
• State Transition diagrams.
• Data Definitions.
• IDL Description of the interfaces.
The process by which this task is accomplished is through the use of object modelling techniques described by the Unified Modelling Language (UML).

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Update of ES 202 391 to become Parlay X 2.2, to cover maintenance updates.The present document is part 11 of the Stage 3 Parlay X 2 Web Services specification for Open Service Access (OSA). The OSA specifications define an architecture that enables application developers to make use of network functionality through an open standardized interface, i.e. the OSA APIs. The present document specifies the Call Handling Web Service. The following are defined here:
• Name spaces.
• Sequence diagrams.
• Data definitions.
• Interface specification plus detailed method descriptions.
• Fault definitions.
• Service Policies.
• WSDL Description of the interfaces.

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