Simple Event Notification System Environment (SENSE)

Abstract: The Simple Event Notification Service Environment (SENSE) is a client-server communciation service technology for computer networks that enhances the organization and delivery of asynchronous status information. In its simplest form, SENSE is a reliable clearinghouse and delivery service for event notices.

What's Here

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Table of Contents:

Introduction and Architecture

Introduction and Overview

Elements of the System

Data Model

Information Syntax

Client API

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SENSE Client API, call interface spec


Error Codes

Reserved Properties

Configuration Options

The Server's Publication

Editions of Publications

Server Management Properties

The SNMP.TRAP Edition

The Minimal Edition of a Publication

Server-Supplied Properties in Event Messages

Condition Codes for Publications

Classes of SENSE Publications

Related Documents

Spec of Simple Text Event Protocol (STEP) Edition


Glossary of Terms

Copyright (C) 1996 by Richard Landau & Jay Martin. All rights reserved.
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