Export (0) Print
Expand All

1.4 Relationship to Other Protocols

The Folder Sharing Web Service Protocol uses SOAP over HTTPS, as described in [RFC2818], as shown in the following layering diagram.

Ee625362.ae86df4e-37b7-4a05-b8d7-ca115eab9510(en-us,EXCHG.80).jpg

Figure 1: This protocol in relation to other protocols

Clients that implement this protocol use operations from the protocols listed in the following table to perform work.

Protocol

Description

Core Items Web Service Protocol ([MS-OXWSCORE])

Subscribing clients can use the CreateItem operation ([MS-OXWSCORE] section 3.1.4.2) to create the local shared folder.

Federated Internet Authentication Web Service Protocol ([MS-OXWSLVID])

Servers can use Federated Internet Authentication Web Service Protocol client operations to obtain authentication tokens to establish sharing relationships among users.

Folders and Folder Permissions Web Service Protocol ([MS-OXWSFOLD])

Clients can use the GetFolder operation ([MS-OXWSFOLD] section 3.1.4.6) to retrieve information about folders to be shared, and they can use the UpdateFolder operation ([MS-OXWSFOLD] section 3.1.4.8) to update permissions on shared folders.

Mailbox Contents Synchronization Web Service Protocol ([MS-OXWSSYNC])

Clients can use Mailbox Contents Synchronization Web Service Protocol operations to synchronize the local shared folder on the server with the client's local data store.

For conceptual background information and overviews of the relationships and interactions between this and other protocols, see [MS-OXPROTO].

This protocol uses the XML protocols presented in [XMLSCHEMA1] and [XMLSCHEMA2], to describe the message content sent to and from the server.

Show:
© 2014 Microsoft