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Fundamentals of EMS, NMS and OSS/BSS by Jithesh Sathyan

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Chapter 28

Web Communication

This chapter is about Web-based programming. It introduces the reader to the concept of writing programs for the World Wide Web (www). It is quite common in current telecom management industry to have Web-based NMS, EMS, and OSS/BSS solutions. Programming for the distributed environment on the Internet needs an understanding of the underlying concepts. The basic socket programming principles are reused though the communication framework is changed.

28.1 Introduction

The World Wide Web (WWW) is a flexible, portable, user-friendly service that is a repository of the information spread all over the world yet linked together using the Internet framework. The World Wide Web was initiated by CERN (European Laboratory for ...

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