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Brother, Can You Spare a DIME?
Last month we talked about the reasons for associating attachments with SOAP messages, and we looked at the initial SOAP Messages with Attachments (SwA) note. This month we look at Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME), a binary message format; and we'll also look briefly at the WS-Attachments specification, which provides a generic framework for SOAP attachments, and a definition for a DIME-based instantiation of that framework.

Type: DIME  #Views: 1911  Category: Article    

Implementing DIME – Creating a Document Sharing System
Web Services has led to so many new, emerging standards, it's difficult to track them all. With this in mind, I decided to more closely examine the DIME specification, and specifically the tools Microsoft offers to handle Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) within .NET.

Type: DIME  #Views: 3493  Category: Article    

Understanding DIME and WS-Attachments
This article explores the rationale behind attachments, including the key ideas around packaging and message delineation, and then looks at how DIME and WS-Attachments arose from these ideas.

Type: DIME  #Views: 2258  Category: Article    

Early Adopter Hailstorm (.NET My Services) - DIME, not MIME?
The reasoning behind the creation of DIME (Direct Internet Message Encapsulation) as MS sees it is twofold: SOAP isn't very good at storing certain types of files (for instance binary image files or other XML files with different character encoding) within a message.

Type: DIME  #Views: 2166  Category: Article    

Implementing DIME – Creating a Document Sharing System
Web Services has led to so many new, emerging standards, it's difficult to track them all. With this in mind, I decided to more closely examine the DIME specification, and specifically the tools Microsoft offers to handle Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) within .NET.

Type: DIME  #Views: 2924  Category: Article    

Transporting Binary Data in SOAP
You know the old saying, that a picture is worth a thousand words? There's an awful lot of binary data out there, and XML is not going to replace it all or even a significant percentage. After all, what's the benefit to xmlifying things like MPEG's or program executables?

Type: DIME  #Views: 1901  Category: Article    

DIME: Sending Binary Data with Your SOAP Messages
In this article, we will look at why DIME was created, what DIME looks like, and how DIME fits into XML Web Services. In short this is going to be (ahem) my two cents on DIME.

Type: DIME  #Views: 1818  Category: Article    

Combine app-defined payloads with lightweight DIME format
The Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) format provides an easy, standard mechanism for combining multiple text or binary data records into a single binary stream. Records are stored in an encoding-independent fashion designed for efficient parsing and easy implementation. You can find the DIME specification here.

Type: DIME  #Views: 1815  Category: Article    

Web Services Security and More, Part 2: The Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA)
Welcome to Part 2 of our journey through the Global XML Web Services Architecture (GXA). In Part 1 (www.developer.com/services/article.php/2171031), we learned that GXA is an application-level protocol framework built on top of XML and SOAP that provides a consistent model for building infrastructure-level protocols for Web services and applications.

Type: DIME  #Views: 1821  Category: Article    

Microsoft tosses a DIME for Web services
Building on the success of the MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) specification, which allows graphics, audio, and video files to be sent and received in e-mail, DIME (Direct Internet Message Encapsulation) sets out to streamline the MIME standard for use in Web services.

Type: DIME  #Views: 2891  Category: Article    

Combine app-defined payloads with lightweight DIME format
The Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) format provides an easy, standard mechanism for combining multiple text or binary data records into a single binary stream. Records are stored in an encoding-independent fashion designed for efficient parsing and easy implementation. You can find the DIME specification here.

Type: DIME  #Views: 1924  Category: Article    

Sending Files, Attachments, and SOAP Messages Via Direct Internet Message Encapsulation
In this article, the author explains what DIME is and how it differs from MIME encapsulation. A detailed description of the message format and how it is parsed, as well as working with SOAP and extending it with WSDL, is also included.

Type: DIME  #Views: 3030  Category: Article    

Is DIME Ready for Prime Time?
It seems that hardly a week goes by without a new four-letter acronym (FLA) for a proposed Web service standard. The latest proposal is Microsoft's Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME) Internet Draft.

Type: DIME  #Views: 2997  Category: Article    

Brother, Can You Spare a DIME?
This month we look at Direct Internet Message Encapsulation (DIME), a binary message format; and we'll also look briefly at the WS-Attachments specification, which provides a generic framework for SOAP attachments, and a definition for a DIME-based instantiation of that framework.

Type: DIME  #Views: 1712  Category: Article    

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