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Directory Services Markup Language

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Directory Services Markup Language

Directory Services Markup Language (DSML) is a representation of directory service information in an XML syntax.

The DSML version 1 effort was announced by creator OASIS in 2001. It resulted in an XML schema for the representation of directory access operations based on that of LDAP, that could be carried in SOAP.

The Service Provisioning Markup Language (SPML) also from OASIS is based on the concepts of DSMLv2, but does not have such a tight coupling to the LDAP information model.

DSML is often pronounced "dismal".

External links

  • DSML v2.0 Specification
  • DSML v2.0 Specification errata
  • DSML v2.0 Schema
  • DSML Tools
  • Coverpages on DSML
  • An article at JavaWorld
  • XML and Security

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