Definitions for "Disco"
Keywords:  scl, soap, sdl, xml, msdn
Discovery of Web Services ( DISCO) provides a way to discover and retrieve an SDL or SCL description of services on remote machines. Using the Discovery Document Format (which is also an XML grammar), one can send a discovery document to a remote server and, if any SOAP enabled services (AKA web service) exist, receive back an SDL or SCL description of the services provided. Read more about DISCO
DISCO or "Discovery of Web Services" is a draft protocol for discovery of services proposed by Microsoft. It assumes that Web Services are described using SCL (SOAP Contract Language) documents. Hence, it proposes how SCL documents can be retrieved for a resource or a collection of resources, i.e. how information about a service is discovered. It is not limited to discovering information about Web Services, it can be used to find metadata for any resource. The discovery itself can be of two types Discovering endpoints for a service Discovering orchestration for a service i.e. the when and how messages are sent from endpoint to endpoint. See also RDF, SCL. More at
The term Disco is used to refer to the SOAP discovery process. The Disco specification builds on SOAP and XML to allow a client to discover the services and features that a Web Service provides.
A style of popular dance music characterized by slick, ostinato-like rhythms and propulsive, repetitive lyrics.
a public dance hall for dancing to recorded popular music
Popular dance music featuring repetitive bass rhythms and electronic sounds, first gaining prominence in the 1970s. The Bee Gees, KC and the Sunshine Band, and Donna Summer are prominent disco performers.
In fashion, a term used to describe clothing and accessories inspired by the late-â€(tm)70s where bright, glowing colours in uninhibited fabrics were used. From the French term discothèque or “record library,” disco style continues to evoke evening glamour and contemporary youth.
Keywords:  mwfm, nmos, regained, lost, topology
The key component in MWFM NMOS. It runs as a two-stage process. The first stage of the process finds devices on the network and then explores the connectivity between them to discover all the possible routes for data. The second stage of the process correlates all this information and builds up a complete map of the network topology. DISCO dynamically updates this map as connections are lost, regained or newly discovered.
Means you lost connection from the game host
Keywords:  gridco, genco, grid, wires, cable
Company or entity responsible for distributing to the public the electricity produced by the generating company (genco). Electric power is transmitted over the system operated by a grid company (gridco), also known as a wires company.
What many cable and telephone companies call their disconnect orders (i.e. "Disco Orders")
The term for a utility company that has vertically disaggregated and operates its retail distribution business separately from any other power businesses it may own.
An AOS/VS utility that monitors disk utilization and performance.
Keywords:  says, world, totally, work, different
a totally different world than work for me," she says