WBXML code page: A map used to convert XML to Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Binary XML (WBXML) that specifies the one-to-one relationships between the XML tags of a namespace and the tags' numeric representations called WBXML tokens. Each WBXML code page corresponds to an XML namespace.
Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning Protocol (WebDAV): The Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning Protocol, as described in [RFC2518] or [RFC4918].
Web Distribution Point (WDP): A location on a server where offline address book (OAB) files are published for web distribution. A client can discover the URI of a WDP by using the Autodiscover Publishing and Lookup Protocol, as described in [MS-OXDSCLI].
web server: A server computer that hosts websites and responds to requests from applications.
web service: A unit of application logic that provides data and services to other applications and can be called by using standard Internet transport protocols such as HTTP, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP), or File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Web services can perform functions that range from simple requests to complicated business processes.
Web Services Description Language (WSDL): An extensible XML format that describes network services as collections of communication endpoints (4), as described in [WSDL].
WebDAV client: A computer that uses WebDAV, as described in [RFC2518] or [RFC4918], to retrieve data from a WebDAV server.
WebDAV server: A computer that supports WebDAV, as described in [RFC2518] or [RFC4918], and responds to requests from WebDAV clients.
Windows Metafile Format (WMF): A vector graphics format for Windows®-compatible computers. Windows Metafile Format is used primarily as a clip-art format in word-processing documents.
Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) Binary XML (WBXML): A compact binary representation of XML that is designed to reduce the transmission size of XML documents over narrowband communication channels.
working hours: Times of the day that are valid for meetings to be considered for an attendee.
WSDL message: An abstract, typed definition of the data that is communicated during a WSDL operation, as described in [WSDL].
WSDL operation: An abstract description of an action that is supported by a WSDL service, as described in [WSDL].
WSDL port type: A named set of abstract operations that is supported by one or more endpoints (4), as described in [WSDL].