Definitions for "Datagram"
A Datagram is one single UDP data package. See also: Segment
Another term used to describe an information packet.
A protocal known as the User Datagram Protocol (UDP). It is an internet standard protocol that allows an application program on one machine to send a datagram to an application program on another machine. UDP uses the Internet Protocol to deliver datagrams. Conceptually, the important difference between UDP and IP is that UDP messages include a protocol port number, allowing the sender to distinguish among multiple destinations (application programs) on the remote machines. In practice, UDP also includes a checksum over the data being sent.
Keywords:  delphi, dunce, dun, dim, domain
Delphi DIM domain names Dunce
Delphi digital signatures domain DUN
Keywords:  tcp, header, basic, stack, unit
the Unit of transfer at the lowest level of the Internet.
The smallest independent data unit within the IP layer of the TCP/IP protocol stack.
a block of data that has an IP header on it that can be transmitted by a TCP/IP network
Keywords:  xsql, servlet, fragment, sql, query
A text fragment, which may be in XML format, that is returned to the requester embedded in an HTML page from a SQL query processed by the XSQL Servlet.
a packetlike communication mechanism that is addressed to a process rather than a host computer
Keywords:  see
See IP Datagram.