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Revision 122019-11-22 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.3, dated 11 April 2012.

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Proposed well-known keys (x-samp)

Keys in SAMP extensible vocabularies which are proposed for introduction as well-known keys in future versions of the standard may be listed at SampXSamp.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

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Web SAMP over HTTPS

There are complicated issues related to using the SAMP Web Profile from a web page served over HTTPS, as opposed to HTTP. More discussion at WebSampHttps

 

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Some publications, tutorials etc are listed at SampPapers.

Revision 112014-07-25 - PierreFernique

 
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This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

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Standard

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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.3, dated 11 April 2012.
 
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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.3, dated 11 April 2012.
 

MTypes

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An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.
 
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An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.
 

Proposed well-known keys (x-samp)

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 Keys in SAMP extensible vocabularies which are proposed for introduction as well-known keys in future versions of the standard may be listed at SampXSamp.

Software

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 Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

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Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.
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Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.
  Some publications, tutorials etc are listed at SampPapers.

Revision 102012-11-05 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Currently (late 2011) Version 1.3 is under discussion; this adds the Web Profile to facilitate messaging by web applications. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.
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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.3, dated 11 April 2012.
 

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Proposed well-known keys (x-samp)

Keys in SAMP extensible vocabularies which are proposed for introduction as well-known keys in future versions of the standard may be listed at SampXSamp.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.
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Some publications, tutorials etc are listed at SampPapers.

Revision 92012-06-26 - root

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Currently (late 2011) Version 1.3 is under discussion; this adds the Web Profile to facilitate messaging by web applications. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Proposed well-known keys (x-samp)

Keys in SAMP extensible vocabularies which are proposed for introduction as well-known keys in future versions of the standard may be listed at SampXSamp.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Revision 82011-10-31 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Currently (late 2011) Version 1.3 is under discussion; this adds the Web Profile to facilitate messaging by web appolications. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.
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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Currently (late 2011) Version 1.3 is under discussion; this adds the Web Profile to facilitate messaging by web applications. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.
 

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Proposed well-known keys (x-samp)

Keys in SAMP extensible vocabularies which are proposed for introduction as well-known keys in future versions of the standard may be listed at SampXSamp.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Revision 72011-10-07 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.
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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Currently (late 2011) Version 1.3 is under discussion; this adds the Web Profile to facilitate messaging by web appolications. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.
 

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Proposed well-known keys (x-samp)

Keys in SAMP extensible vocabularies which are proposed for introduction as well-known keys in future versions of the standard may be listed at SampXSamp.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Revision 62011-09-27 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.
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Proposed well-known keys (x-samp)

Keys in SAMP extensible vocabularies which are proposed for introduction as well-known keys in future versions of the standard may be listed at SampXSamp.
 

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Revision 52011-05-12 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. Version 1.11, dated 21 April 2009 is an IVOA Recommendation. Some historical information about the discussions leading to its current form can be found at SampDoc. Version 1.2 is currently under consideration, and can be seen on the IVOA Documents page; in due course discussion will be invited at SampRfcV12.
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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. The most recent version to achieve IVOA Recommendation status is Version 1.2, dated 16 December 2010. Some information about the discussions leading to its current form and possible future developments can be found at SampDoc.
 

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Revision 42011-03-08 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. Version 1.11, dated 21 April 2009 is an IVOA Recommendation. Some historical information about the discussions leading to its current form can be found at SampDoc. Version 1.2 is currently under consideration, and can be seen on the IVOA Documents page; in due course discussion will be invited at SampRfcV12.

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

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Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.
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Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.
 

Revision 32010-08-31 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. Version 1.11, dated 21 April 2009 is an IVOA Recommendation. Some historical information about the discussions leading to its current form can be found at SampDoc.
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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. Version 1.11, dated 21 April 2009 is an IVOA Recommendation. Some historical information about the discussions leading to its current form can be found at SampDoc. Version 1.2 is currently under consideration, and can be seen on the IVOA Documents page; in due course discussion will be invited at SampRfcV12.
 

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Revision 22009-05-18 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. This is currently an IVOA Proposed Recommendation, and should shortly become a full Recommendation. For more information see the IVOA Documents page, SampRfcDiscussionV11, and SampDoc.
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SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. Version 1.11, dated 21 April 2009 is an IVOA Recommendation. Some historical information about the discussions leading to its current form can be found at SampDoc.
 

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.

Revision 12009-02-03 - MarkTaylor

 
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SAMP

This page contains information about SAMP, the Simple Application Messaging Protocol.

Standard

SAMP is defined by the SAMP Standard. This is currently an IVOA Proposed Recommendation, and should shortly become a full Recommendation. For more information see the IVOA Documents page, SampRfcDiscussionV11, and SampDoc.

MTypes

An MType is a short string which defines the semantics of a given SAMP message. A few administrative MTypes are defined in the SAMP document. A list of MTypes in use in applications, along with procedures for extending it, can be found at SampMTypes.

Software

Software which uses the SAMP protocol is listed at SampSoftware.

Further Discussion

Discussions concerning development of the protocol, suggestions for new MTypes, and anything else SAMP-related, take place on the apps-samp@ivoa.net mailing list (see also the list archive). Queries and requests for help from application developers or users who would like to adopt or find out more about SAMP are very welcome.
 
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