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SharePoint Back-End Technical Specifications

The following table describes and provides links to archived copies of documents that were previously published under the Protocol -- SharePoint Products and Technologies section of the Open Specifications Library. These documents are here for your convenience only. It is recommended that you not rely on these documents. To the extent that you incur additional development obligations or any other costs as a result of relying on these archived documents, you do so at your own risk.

Overviews

Specification

Description

[MS-FSO]: FAST Search System Overview

Describes the Microsoft FAST Search Server system, which is designed to crawl, process, and index content, and to provide search results for that content in response to requests from protocol clients. The system consists of a collection of search-related components, services, protocols, structures, and supporting protocol servers. This overview describes the intended functionality of the FAST Search system and how components within this system interact. It also provides examples of some common user scenarios.

[MS-SPBEPO]: SharePoint Back-End Protocols Overview

Describes the SharePoint Back-End Protocols, which are the protocols implemented by SharePoint Products and Technologies for internal communication. Where appropriate, this overview describes the relationships between protocols and provides example scenarios to show how they are used.

[MS-SPBEPO2]: SharePoint Back-End Protocols Overview Version 2

Specifies the SharePoint Back-End Protocols Overview Version 2 Protocol, which provides information about the intended functionality of the SharePoint Back-End Protocols System and how the protocols in this system interact.

[MS-SPFEPO]: SharePoint Front-End Protocols Overview

Describes the SharePoint Front-End Protocols, which are the protocols implemented by Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies to communicate with client and server applications. Where appropriate, this overview describes the relationships between protocols and provides example scenarios to show how they are used.

[MS-SPFEPO2]: SharePoint Front-End Protocols Overview Version 2

Specifies the SharePoint Front-End Protocols Overview Version 2 Protocol, which provides information about the intended functionality of the SharePoint Front-End Protocols System and how the protocols in this system interact.

Technical Specifications

Specification

Description

[MS-APPMDP]: SharePoint App Management Database Protocol Specification

Specifies the stored procedures to perform runtime operations to manage SharePoint Apps. The protocol includes information to interact with application permissions and application licenses databases.

[MS-ASDSP]: Access Services Database Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the Access Services Database Stored Procedures Protocol. This protocol allows clients to read and write information about the service and applications in the service.

[MS-BDCDPS]: Business Data Connectivity Database Protocol Specification

Specifies the Business Data Connectivity Database Protocol, which enables protocol clients to store and retrieve information about interfaces of line-of-business (LOB) systems and annotations of these interfaces.

[MS-BDCDPS2]: Business Data Connectivity Database Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies Business Data Connectivity Database Protocol. This protocol enables protocol clients to store and retrieve information about interfaces of line-of-business systems (LOB) systems) and annotations of these interfaces.

[MS-BDCSP]: Business Data Catalog Database Protocol Specification

Specifies the Business Data Catalog Database Protocol, which allows a metadata client to create, read, update, and delete metadata objects in a metadata store. For write operations, the protocol server will provide validation and diagnostic errors such that protocol clients can maintain the set of stored metadata objects in a state that satisfies certain semantic constraints for models.

[MS-CIPROP]: Index Propagation Protocol Specification

Specifies the Index Propagation Protocol, which is used to replicate search index data across multiple servers and to maintain consistency among those servers in the event of changes to that data.

[MS-CIPROP2]: Index Propagation Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Index Propagation Version 2 Protocol, which is used to replicate search index data across multiple servers and to maintain consistency among those servers in the event of changes to that data.

[MS-EMMSTORE]: Enterprise Metadata Service Database Schema

Specifies the Enterprise Metadata Service Database Schema, which enables protocol clients to perform operations against a store containing metadata. Typical operations include creating, deleting, merging, reusing, deprecating, describing, and translating metadata items.

[MS-FSADS]: Administration Database Structure

Specifies the Administration Database Structure, used for persisting the information associated with operations in the Administration Services Protocol.

[MS-FSAS]: Administration Services Protocol Specification

Specifies the Administration Services Protocol, which enables protocol clients to manage a search system.

[MS-FSBEPS]: Browser Engine Processing and Status Protocol Specification

Specifies the Browser Engine and Status Protocol, which specifies the communication between a protocol client and a protocol server.

[MS-FSCADM]: Crawler Administration and Status Protocol Specification

Specifies the Crawler Administration and Status Protocol, which operates between a protocol client and a Web crawler server or server farm. This protocol enables the protocol client to make requests of the Web crawler, and query it for status information.

[MS-FSCCFG]: Crawler Configuration File Format

Specifies the Crawler Configuration File Format, which is an XML-based configuration format for a Web crawler process. This file format specifies configuration parameters that control the gathering, processing, and storage of information automatically retrieved by the Web crawler process from Web sites, and then transmits it to a search engine index.

[MS-FSCDBS]: Connector Database Structure

Specifies the Connector Database Structure, which is the database schema for applicable indexing content connectors.

[MS-FSCDCFG]: Component Distribution Configuration File Format

Specifies the Component Distribution Configuration File Format, which specifies how a search service application is distributed over multiple extended search service application nodes.

[MS-FSCDFT]: Content Distributor Fault Tolerance Protocol Specification

Specifies the protocol that multiple content distributors use to determine which one is the master content distributor, and which ones are backup content distributors. The use of multiple content distributors increases performance and robustness; if the master content distributor becomes unavailable, one of the backup content distributors becomes the new master content distributor.

[MS-FSCF]: Content Feeding Protocol Specification

Specifies the Content Feeding Protocol (FSCF), which enables a protocol client to submit a document to a protocol server for processing and indexing. This protocol also enables a protocol client to remove a content collection from an index.

[MS-FSCHT]: Cheetah Data Structure

Specifies the Cheetah Data Format Protocol, which enables the serialization and deserialization of data structures. This protocol specifies only the serialization and deserialization of data structures; network transport mechanisms and storage protocols are specified in other specifications.

[MS-FSCMT]: Crawler Multinode Transport Protocol Specification

Specifies the Crawler Multinode Transport Protocol, which defines the messages exchanged in a multinode Web crawler environment.

[MS-FSCMW]: Configuration Middleware Protocol Specification

Specifies the Configuration Middleware Protocol, which enables a protocol client to obtain configuration information.

[MS-FSCX]: Configuration XML-RPC Protocol Specification

Specifies the Configuration XML-RPC Protocol between a protocol server, which is the Configuration Component, and protocol clients. A Configuration Component stores configuration and system information, regularly contacts components in the system to assure their availability, and allows protocol clients to update or query this information. Protocol clients can register alerts and be notified about relevant changes.

[MS-FSDP]: Document Processing Protocol Specification

Specifies the Document Processing Protocol, which enables certain components in a search service application to submit searchable items to another component for indexing.

[MS-FSDPD]: Document Processing Distribution Protocol Specification

Specifies the Document Processing Distribution Protocol, which is used between components in a search service application. This protocol enables one component to dispatch searchable items to another component for the item processing that occurs before item indexing.

[MS-FSDQE]: Distributed Query Execution Protocol Specification

Specifies the Distributed Query Execution Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to perform search queries against a protocol server that manages a search engine in a distributed environment.

[MS-FSFDMW]: FAST Distributed Make Worker Protocol Specification

Specifies the FAST Distributed Make Worker Protocol (FDMW), which provides for parallel distributed computing, enabling participating computers to exchange data and control. The participants using this protocol form a cluster, one as the master with a set of workers. This protocol is not a traditional client/server protocol as all participants play the role of clients and servers in different contexts.

[MS-FSFIXML]: FIXML Data Structure

Specifies the FAST Index Markup Language (FIXML) data object format. This format is used when an item is submitted for indexing after item processing. The data object represents one item to be submitted for indexing.

[MS-FSFQL]: Fast Query Language Structure

Specifies the structure of the FAST Query Language (FQL), which the Query and Result Protocol uses. FQL is a language for expressing search criteria.

[MS-FSIADM]: Indexer Administration and Status Protocol Specification

Specifies the Indexer Administration and Status Protocol, which is used for administering and retrieving information from an indexer for search terms.

[MS-FSICFG]: Indexer Configuration File Format

Specifies the Indexer Configuration File Format, an XML-based configuration format for configuring the indexing nodes in an enterprise search service. This format describes configuration parameters both for changing general behavior and timing intervals, as well as parameters for performance tuning.

[MS-FSID]: Indexing Distribution Protocol Specification

Specifies the Indexing Distribution Protocol, which is used between two components in the indexing service, the indexing dispatcher node, and the indexer node. This protocol enables a session-based connection as part of an extended item feeding chain, with asynchronous callback messages reporting status back to the feeding client.

[MS-FSIDFT]: Indexing Dispatcher Fault Tolerance Protocol Specification

Specifies the Indexing Dispatcher Fault Tolerance Protocol, which is used between multiple indexing dispatchers to determine which one becomes the master indexing dispatcher, and which ones become backup indexing dispatchers.

[MS-FSIFT]: Indexer Fault Tolerance Protocol Specification

Specifies the Indexer Fault Tolerance Protocol used for distributing and synchronizing data structures between indexing nodes, through which functionality the index column achieves fault-tolerant behavior.

[MS-FSIN]: Input Normalization Data Structure

Specifies the Input Normalization Data Structure, corresponding equivalent characters for characters used within a search application as well as the stemming form to be added depending on the language of the item.

[MS-FSIPA]: Index Publication and Activation Protocol Specification

Specifies the Index Publication and Activation Protocol, which prepares and activates a new index for search applications.

[MS-FSIXDS]: Index Data Structures

Specifies the Index Data Structures as well as file format and hierarchy of the files that represent the search index in an enterprise search service.

[MS-FSL]: Logging Protocol Specification

Specifies the Logging Protocol, which enables a protocol client to send log messages to a protocol server.

[MS-FSLRDS]: Linguistic Resource Data Structure

Specifies the Linguistic Resource Data Structures, which are file formats used to represent linguistic dictionaries as XML files.

[MS-FSMW]: Middleware Protocol Specification

Specifies the Middleware Protocol Specification, which provides a mechanism that allows an implementation to calls methods that are in a different network address space.

[MS-FSNC]: Node Controller Protocol Specification

Specifies the Node Controller Protocol that manages communication between a protocol client and a node controller on a protocol server. A node controller monitors and controls a system consisting of a set of processes and files on the same computer as the protocol server. A protocol client is typically part of an application that needs to contact the protocol server to request information about the system or requests modifications to the system.

[MS-FSPSCFG]: Processor Server Configuration File Format

Specifies the Processor Server Configuration File Format Specification, which discusses file formats that are used to configure the behavior of the Document Processing Service.

[MS-FSQR]: Query and Result Protocol Specification

Specifies the Query and Result Protocol. A protocol client uses this protocol to submit search queries to a protocol server for indexed content and to receive search results from that protocol server.

[MS-FSQRC]: Query and Result Configuration Protocol Specification

Specifies the Query and Result Configuration Protocol, which loads updated configuration information for subsystems of a query processing component.

[MS-FSQRCFG]: Query and Result Configuration File Format

Specifies the Query and Result Configuration File Format. This file format specifies file names and formats for the configuration files that are used by a particular implementation of the Query and Result Protocol server.

[MS-FSRFC]: Remote File Copy Protocol Specification

Specifies the Remote File Copy Protocol used to copy index related files from a file sender, the protocol client, to a file receiver, the protocol server.

[MS-FSRFCO]: Remote File Copy Orchestration Protocol Specification

Specifies the Remote File Copy Orchestration Protocol used to orchestrate copying of index related directories and files from a file sender, the protocol client, to a file receiver, the protocol server.

[MS-FSRS]: Resource Store Protocol Specification

Specifies the Resource Storage Protocol, which enables a protocol client to store resources, typically files, on a protocol server.

[MS-FSSAC]: Search Authorization Connector Protocol Specification

Specifies the Search Authorization Connector Protocol used between a protocol client and the protocol server, which is the FSA Manager Service. This protocol enables a protocol client to make changes to the users, groups, and user-to-user mappings stored on the protocol server.

[MS-FSSACFG]: Search Authorization Configuration File Format

Specifies two file formats used by the search authorization manager service and the search authorization worker component of the query processing service described in [MS-FSO]. The file formats are used to provide secure search capability to ensure that end entities view only the search results for which they are authorized. The User Store Configuration File Format is used to configure the search authorization worker component for each source of user objects and group objects. The Principal Aliaser Configuration File Format is used to configure the search authorization worker component for mapping user and group objects to other user and group objects.

[MS-FSSADFF]: Search Authorization Data File Format

Specifies the Search Authorization Data File Format, which consists of three file formats used by the search authorization Manager and Worker Services. The Local Cache Upload User File Format is used to upload changes for a local cache user store to the search authorization Manager Service. The Local Cache User Store File Format is used by the search authorization Worker Service to find user objects and group objects for a local cache user store. The XML Aliaser Mapping File Format is used both to upload changes for an XML principal aliaser to the search authorization Manager Service and by the search authorization Worker Service for mapping between user IDs of different user stores.

[MS-FSSADM]: Search Administration and Status Protocol Specification

Specifies the Search Administration and Status Protocol used by a protocol client to retrieve information from the query matching component of a search service application.

[MS-FSSAS]: Search Authorization Synchronization Protocol Specification

Specifies the Search Authorization Synchronization Protocol, which enables a client to synchronize updated configuration information for multiple servers and to request information from servers for troubleshooting.

[MS-FSSCFG]: Search Configuration File Format

Specifies the Search Configuration File Format, including file naming conventions and file formats for the configuration files derived from the index schema for an enterprise search service.

[MS-FSSPRADM]: SPRel Administration and Status Protocol Specification

Specifies the SPRel Administration and Status Protocol for transmitting status and configuration options between a protocol client and a protocol server. It enables the protocol client to both control the protocol server, and query it for status information.

[MS-FSSPRDF]: SPRel Data File Formats

Specifies the file names and file formats that are used for client-click input analysis. This type of analysis uses client feedback to improve search relevancy.

[MS-FSST]: Spelltuning File Format

Specifies the Spelltuning File Format that the item processing service uses to check the spelling of text for an item.

[MS-FSWAADM]: WebAnalyzer Administration and Status Protocol Specification

Specifies the WebAnalyzer Administration and Status Protocol, which transmits status and configuration options between a protocol client and a protocol server. This protocol enables the protocol client to query the protocol server for status information.

[MS-FSWADF]: WebAnalyzer Data File Formats

This document specifies the WebAnalyzer Data File Formats, which is used to store data in files during anchor analysis.

[MS-FSWASDR]: WebAnalyzer/SPRel Data Receiving Protocol Specification

Specifies the WebAnalyzer/SPRel Data Receiving Protocol, which is used for sending data from a client to a server and for the server's response to the client.

[MS-FSWASDS]: WebAnalyzer/SPRel Data Serving Protocol Specification

Specifies the WebAnalyzer/SPRel Data Serving Protocol (WASDS), which is used to improve search relevance by retrieving metadata about search items before they are indexed. This protocol is used by protocol clients to retrieve information from a remote protocol server where the meta information is associated with a unique key.

[MS-FSWASMT]: WebAnalyzer and SPRel Multinode Transport Protocol Specification

Specifies the WebAnalyzer and SPRel Multinode Transport Protocol, which manages the messages exchanged between hosts in a distributed system when a central component communicates with other components.

[MS-FSWCU]: WebAnalyzer/Crawler Utility Data Structure

Specifies the WebAnalyzer/Crawler Utility File Format, which serializes and de-serializes data types, such as numerical values, text, and arrays, to an octet stream.

[MS-FSXTAPI]: XML-RPC Translatable API Structure

Specifies an application program interface (API) that represents remote method calls, as described in [XML-RPC]. It specifies how this API translates to an XML body structure for those method calls.

[MS-MAVA]: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) Analytics View Access Protocol Specification

Specifies the MOSS Analytics View Access Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to retrieve analytical data about web-traffic, searches and inventory of various entities in the farm from a store on the protocol server.

[MS-MOSSUAN]: SQL Usage Analytics Protocol Specification

Specifies the SQL Usage Analytics Protocol, which is used to collect, access, and analyze data for usage analysis reports about a Web site. This protocol is not an extension to an existing protocol.

[MS-PPSSPROC]: PerformancePoint Services Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the PerformancePoint Services Stored Procedures Protocol, which defines communication requests for scorecard annotations administration, user selected filters for user administration, and temporary state data structures for first class object administration tasks between the front-end Web server and the database server. This server-to-server protocol uses the PerformancePoint Services Application Server Protocol.

[MS-SPSCLSP]: SPSCrawl Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the SPSCrawl Stored Procedures Protocol, which allows clients to read values of user profile properties for user profiles within the context of a site.

[MS-SPSCLSP2]: SPSCrawl Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the SPSCrawl Stored Procedures Protocol, which allows clients to read values of user profile properties for user profiles within the context of a site.

[MS-SPSCLSP3]: SPSCrawl Stored Procedures Version 3 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the SPSCrawl Stored Procedures Protocol. This protocol is used to read values of user profile properties for user profiles within the context of a site.

[MS-SPSETSP]: SharePoint Subscription Settings Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the SharePoint Subscription Settings Stored Procedures Protocol, which allows for a set of configuration data to be shared among a set of site collections.

[MS-SPSETSP2]: SharePoint Subscription Settings Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the SharePoint Subscription Settings Stored Procedures Protocol. This protocol allows for a set of configuration data to be shared among a set of site collections. This protocol is typically needed for hosting scenarios.

[MS-SPSSDBSOGP]: SharePoint Shared Service Database Scale Out Generic Protocol Specification

Specifies the generic stored procedures to scale out databases (split and move data) for some SharePoint Shared Services.

[MS-SPSTATE]: Temporary State Service Protocol Specification

Specifies the Temporary State Service protocol, which enables a protocol client to store and retrieve binary data.

[MS-SQLPADM]: SQL Administration Protocol Specification

Specifies the SQL Administration Protocol, which are the communication sequences that are used by the protocol client (Web and application servers) to perform data query and update commands on the protocol server in relation to search administration functions.

[MS-SQLPADM2]: SQL Administration Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the SQL Administration Protocol, which are the communication sequences that are used by the protocol client (Web and application servers) to perform data query and update commands on the protocol server in relation to search administration functions.

[MS-SQLPGAT]: SQL Gatherer Protocol Specification

Specifies the SQL Gatherer Protocol, which is the communication between the index server and back-end database server that is used to satisfy requests for search crawl tasks.

[MS-SQLPGAT2]: SQL Gatherer Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the SQL Gatherer Protocol, which allows for communication between the protocol client (Web and application servers) and protocol server (database server) to perform data query and update commands on the protocol server in relation to search crawl (content indexing) functions.

[MS-SQLPQ]: Search Service Database Query Protocol Specification

Specifies the Search Service Database Query Protocol, which is the communication sequences used by the protocol client (Web server and application server) to perform data query and update operations on the protocol server (database server) in relation to search query execution.

[MS-SQLPQ2]: Search Service Database Query Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Search Service Database Query Protocol, which is the communication sequences used by the protocol client (Web server and application server) to perform query and logging commands on the protocol server (database server) in relation to search query operations.

[MS-SRCHTP]: Search Topology Protocol Specification

Specifies the Search Topology Protocol, which enables the application server and back-end database server to create and configure the components of a search service application.

[MS-SSDPS]: Secure Store Database Protocol Specification

Specifies the Secure Store Database Protocol, which is an interface for protocol clients to store and retrieve credential and related information typically used to authenticate to line-of-business systems.

[MS-SSDPS2]: Secure Store Database Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the Secure Store Database Protocol Specification. This protocol specifies an interface for protocol clients to store and retrieve credential and related information typically used to authenticate to line-of-business (LOB) systems.

[MS-SSOSP]: Single Sign-On Database Protocol Specification

Specifies the Single Sign-On Database Protocol, which enables a user to securely create, read, update, and delete authentication credentials for line-of-business systems.

[MS-SSPSJ]: SSP Scheduled Jobs Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the SSP Scheduled Jobs Stored Procedures Protocol, which is a protocol that allows clients to add, modify, refresh, and delete scheduled jobs from a store on the protocol server, as well as retrieve those scheduled jobs by using predefined criteria such as a unique identifier or jobs scheduled to be run within a specified interval. This protocol also specifies the actions that the client takes when a particular scheduled job is retrieved and is to be executed in the next specified interval.

[MS-SSPSOS]: SQL Configuration Object Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the SQL Configuration Object Stored Procedures Protocol, which is a client-server protocol for storing and retrieving configuration settings on a protocol server and maintaining a cache of the configuration settings on protocol clients.

[MS-TSSPROC]: Translation Services Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the Translation Services Stored Procedures Protocol. This protocol allows protocol clients to store and retrieve information about machine-translating documents from one language to another.

[MS-UPASP]: User Profile Admin Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Admin Stored Procedures Protocol, which enables the protocol client to interact with partitions in the user profile store.

[MS-UPASP2]: User Profile Admin Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies User Profile Admin Stored Procedure Protocol Specification (UPASP). This protocol provides a way for the protocol client to interact with dedicated tenant-specific areas, called partitions, within a database that resides on the protocol server and contains properties that pertain to specific persons or entities.

[MS-UPIESP]: User Profile Import and Export Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Import and Export Stored Procedures Protocol, which is used to import and export user profile and member group data to and from the user profile store.

[MS-UPIESP2]: User Profile Import and Export Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Import and Export Stored Procedures Protocol, which is used to import and export information about users and member groups.

[MS-UPSAUD]: User Profile Service Audiences Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Service Audiences Protocol. This protocol provides information about the management of sets of users, or audiences, that allow protocol clients to target content to users based upon selected criteria about the users.

[MS-UPSAUD2]: User Profile Service Audiences Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Service Audiences Protocol, which enables protocol clients to manage sets of users (audiences) from a store on the protocol server. Audiences allow protocol clients to target content to users based on selected criteria about the users.

[MS-UPSAUD3]: User Profile Service Audiences Version 3 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the User Profile Service Audiences protocol. This protocol covers management of sets of users (audiences) stored in the protocol server store. Audiences allow protocol clients to target content to users based upon selected criteria about the users. For example, an audience could include users who are members of a specific server group, users who are in a specific organizational reporting structure, or users whose public properties have certain values.

[MS-UPSCHNG]: User Profile Change Log Stored Procedure Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Change Log Stored Procedure Protocol, which allows clients to add, or delete user profile change entries from a log on the protocol server, as well as retrieve these entries by using pre-defined criteria such as change entries which have happened after a specified time or have happened to a specified user.

[MS-UPSCHNG2]: User Profile Change Log Stored Procedure Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Change Log Stored Procedure Protocol. This protocol allows clients to add or delete user profile change events from a log on the protocol server and to retrieve those user profile change events using pre-defined criteria such as events that have happened after a specified time or with a specific user.

[MS-UPSCHNG3]: User Profile Change Log Stored Procedure Version 3 Protocol Specification

This document provides specific details of the User Profile Change Log Stored Procedure protocol. This protocol allows multiple ways for the protocol client to interact with the user profile change events on the protocol server.

[MS-UPSCSP]: User Profile Service Application Caching Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Service Application Caching Stored Procedures Protocol to retrieve the user information stored in a user profile store on a site.

[MS-UPSCSP2]: User Profile Service Application Caching Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the User Profile Service Application Caching Stored Procedures Protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to retrieve the user information stored in a user profile store on a site.

[MS-UPSGRAD]: User Profile Service Push Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Service Push Protocol, which allows one user profile service to push updates to another user profile service.

[MS-UPSIMP]: User Profile Import Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Import Protocol, which enables the protocol client to import user profiles, member groups, and memberships from directory services into the protocol server.

[MS-UPSPROF]: User Profile Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Stored Procedures Protocol, which allows clients to perform create, read, update, and delete operations on user information stored in the user profile store.

[MS-UPSPROF2]: User Profile Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Service Stored Procedure protocol. This protocol allows clients to perform create, read, update and delete operations on user information stored in a user profile store on a site.

[MS-UPSPROF3]: User Profile Stored Procedures Version 3 Protocol Specification

This document provides specific details of the User Profile Stored Procedures protocol. This protocol allows clients to perform create, read, update and delete operations on user information stored in a user profile store on a site.

[MS-UPSRCHSP]: User Profile Search Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Search Stored Procedure protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to search for different types of profiles (including user, organization, member group, and audience) based on search terms.

[MS-UPSRCHSP2]: User Profile Search Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the User Profile Search Stored Procedures protocol. This protocol enables a protocol client to search for different types of profiles (such as user profiles) based on search terms. A typical scenario for using this protocol is to search for one or more profiles to grant access to associated objects in the system.

[MS-UPSSDSP]: User Profile Social Data Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Social Data Stored Procedure protocol, to allow create, read, update and delete operations on social metadata stored in a social data store on a site.

[MS-UPSSDSP2]: User Profile Social Data Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Social Data Stored Procedure Protocol. This protocol allows clients to perform create, read, update, and delete operations on social metadata stored in a social data store on a site.

[MS-UPSSYNC]: User Profile Synchronization Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Synchronization Stored Procedures Protocol, which is the communication between a protocol client and the user profile store (protocol server) for the purpose of synchronizing data between security principals and user profiles.

[MS-UPSSYNC2]: User Profile Synchronization Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the User Profile Stored Procedures Version 2 protocol, which provides bi-directional synchronization for distributing and centralizing data across multiple Web sites during deployment.

[MS-UPSSYNC3]: User Profile Synchronization Stored Procedures Version 3 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the User Profile Synchronization Stored Procedures, a protocol for bi-directional synchronization to: Distribute centralized data about people such that it is available at each Web site. Acquire distributed data about what content people own across multiple Web sites and centralize it.

[MS-UTSP]: SharePoint Usage Tracking Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the SharePoint Usage Tracking Stored Procedures Protocol, which supports the collection and storage of usage and diagnostic data. This protocol can be used for reporting and analyzing the collected data, and can also be extended to store additional types of data.

[MS-UTSP2]: SharePoint Usage Tracking Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the SharePoint Usage Tracking Stored Procedures Protocol, which supports the collection, storage, and reporting of usage and diagnostic data.

[MS-WORDSSP]: Word Automation Services Stored Procedures Protocol Specification

Specifies the Word Automation Services Stored Procedures Protocol, which allows clients to store information on the server about converting documents from one file format to another.

[MS-WORDSSP2]: Word Automation Services Stored Procedures Version 2 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the Word Services Stored Procedures Protocol. This protocol allows clients to store on the server information about converting documents from one file format to another.

[MS-WSSCADM]: Windows SharePoint Services Content Database Administrative Communications Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services Content Database Administrative Communications Protocol. This protocol specifies the communication sequences used by front-end Web servers and application servers to perform administrative operations on a back-end database server related to content databases. This protocol also specifies Recycle Bin, quota, database integrity and maintenance, and auditing operations.

[MS-WSSCADM2]: Windows SharePoint Services Content Database Administrative Communications Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services Content Database Administrative Communications Protocol. This protocol specifies the communication sequences used by front-end Web servers and application servers to perform administrative operations on a back-end database server related to content databases. This protocol also specifies Recycle Bin, quota, database integrity and maintenance, and auditing operations.

[MS-WSSCADM3]: Windows SharePoint Services Content Database Administrative Communications Version 3 Protocol Specification

The Windows SharePoint Services Content Database Administrative Communications protocol specifies the communication sequences used by front-end Web servers and application servers to perform administrative operations on a back-end database server related to content databases. This includes quota, recycle bin, security, database integrity and maintenance, auditing and query operations.

[MS-WSSCCSP]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Core List Schema and Site Provisioning Communications Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Core List Schema and Site Provisioning Communications Protocol, which is the communication between the front-end Web server and the back-end database server used to satisfy requests involving list schema management and site provisioning within Windows SharePoint Services. This client-to-server protocol uses the Tabular Data Stream protocol as its transport between the front-end Web server, acting as a client, and the back-end database server, acting as a server.

[MS-WSSCCSP2]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Core List Schema and Site Provisioning Communications Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Core List Schema and Site Provisioning Communications Version 2 Protocol, which allows Web and application servers to perform data query and update commands on database servers.

[MS-WSSCCSP3]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Core List Schema and Site Provisioning Communications Version 3 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Core List Schema and Site Provisioning Communications Protocol that allows web and application servers to perform data query and update commands on database servers.

[MS-WSSCFGD]: Windows SharePoint Services: Configuration Database Communications Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Configuration Database Communications Protocol, which is the communications between a computer or set of computers running one or more services and a back-end database server in which the configuration data for the services are stored. The clients of this protocol are computers running services. The protocol server is a device holding the configuration data in the configuration database.

[MS-WSSCFGD2]: Windows SharePoint Services: Configuration Database Communications Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Configuration Database Communications Protocol. This protocol specifies the communications that are used by one or more protocol clients to share configuration settings.

[MS-WSSCFGD3]: Windows SharePoint Services Configuration Database Communications Version 3 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Configuration Database Communications Protocol that provides the communications needed for one or more clients to share configuration settings by storing those settings in a central location.

[MS-WSSDLIM]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Document and List Item Management Communications Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Document and List Item Management Communications Protocol, which is the communication sequences used by front-end Web servers and application servers to perform data query and update commands on back-end database servers as part of theme, change log, list, document, and list item operations.

[MS-WSSDLIM2]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Document and List Item Management Communications Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Document and List Item Management Communications Version 2 Protocol that describes the communication sequences used by the front-end Web server and application servers to perform data query and update commands on back-end database servers as part of document and list item management operations.

[MS-WSSDLIM3]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Document and List Item Management Communications Version 3 Protocol Specification

Document and List Item Management Communications Version 3 Protocol, which specifies the communication sequences used by the front-end Web server and application servers to perform data query and update commands on back-end database servers as part of document and list item management operations

[MS-WSSDM]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Data Migration Communications Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Data Migration Communications Protocol, which is the communication sequences used by front-end Web servers and back-end database servers to perform data migration operations.

[MS-WSSDM2]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Data Migration Communications Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Data Migration Communications protocol APIs used by a front-end Web server to retrieve objects and their meta information from the back-end database servers to do data migration. It also provides helper APIs to be used in conjunction with other protocols to import data objects into back-end database servers.

[MS-WSSDM3]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Data Migration Communications Version 3 Protocol Specification

The Windows® SharePoint® Services: Content Database Data Migration Communications protocol specifies the APIs used by a front-end Web server to retrieve objects and their meta information from the back-end database servers to do data migration. It also provides helper APIs to be used in conjunction with other protocols to import data objects into back-end database servers.

[MS-WSSEUX]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database End-User Experience Communications Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database End-User Experience Communications Protocol, which is the front-end Web server to back-end database server communication protocol used for managing alerts, e-mail enabled lists, the HTML transform service, document copying, meeting workspaces, site navigation structure, the SharePoint tree view, and Web discussions.

[MS-WSSEUX2]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database End-User Experience Communications Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database End-User Experience Communications Version 2 Protocol. This protocol specifies communications between servers that support various end-user experiences such as online discussions, meeting arrangements, Web site navigation, and alerts about changed data.

[MS-WSSEUX3]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database End-User Experience Communications Version 3 Protocol Specification

This document specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database End-User Experience Communications Version 2 Protocol. This protocol specifies communications between servers that support various end-user experiences, such as online discussions, meeting arrangements, Web-site navigation, and alerts about changed data.

[MS-WSSPROG]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Communications Programmability Extensions

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Communications Programmability Extensions, which is the communication sequences used by a protocol client to perform data query and update operations on a protocol server in relation to Web Part, event receiver, workflow, and work item data.

[MS-WSSPROG2]: Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Programmability Extensions Communications Version 2 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Programmability Extensions Communications Protocol, which is the communication sequences used by a protocol client to perform data query and update operations on a protocol server in relation to Web Part, event receiver, workflow, and work item data.

[MS-WSSPROG3]: Windows SharePoint Services Content Database Programmability Extensions Communications Version 3 Protocol Specification

Specifies the Windows SharePoint Services: Content Database Programmability Extensions Communications Protocol. This protocol specifies the communication sequences used by a protocol client to perform data query and update operations on a protocol server in relation to Web Part, event receiver, workflow, and work item data.

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