A notification by IONA Customer Services in response to the Customer on an opened Service Request with either a resolution, disposition, assignment or requesting additional information.
an indication of success or failure given by an SMTP server to a client that is attempting to send a message. Each piece of envelope information sent by the client is followed by a response from the server. Imitating these responses accurately without bothering the real SMTP server is one of the biggest challenges in designing a proxypot.
An HTTP response message [ HTTP
From Web Characterization Terminology & Definitions Sheet ( 1999-05-24) A message containing the result of an executed request.
A message containing the result of an executed request. This term was taken verbatim from Web Characterization Terminology & Definitions Sheet.
an endorsement that another person is willing to take the risk of interpreting the first person's message and if necessary, supplying the missing elements to make it understandable
When the server has processed a request from a client, it will generate a response and send that back to the same client who originated the request. See Also: Request, Client, Server
A message sent from a server to a client in relation to a request. A response may contain the requested resources, or it may contain additional information pertaining to the request.
A response is sent from a server to a client (eg browser) providing, typically, some file returned for display. A response object includes information relating to the current response. In JSP a response object, called response, is automatically provided (without the programmer doing anything) - it is an implicit object.
A type of SNMP message which carries management information from the managed device back to the network management station (NMS).
(1) A message unit that acknowledges receipt of a request; a response consists of a response header (RH), a response unit (RU), or both. (2) In SDLC, the control information (in the C-field of the link header) sent from the secondary station to the primary station.
A message containing the results of an operation. Responses in ICE are messages carried by payloads.
From Hypertext Transfer Protocol -- HTTP/1.1 ( 1999-06-15) An HTTP response message, as defined in section 6.
Generic response sent by server connectors. It is then received by client connectors. Responses are uniform across all types of connectors, protocols and components.
A message conforming to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTP sent from the Web server to the user's Web browser that contains the resource specified by the corresponding request. The response is typically a web page. Request is a message conforming to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol HTTP sent from the user's Web browser to a Web server that asks for a resource like a Web page.