XML-RPC is a simple remote procedure call protocol. It uses HTTP POST and a straightforward XML packaging of strings to transport integers, doubles, booleans, strings, byte arrays and ISO-8601 dates, as well as arrays (lists) and structs (associative arrays) of the above. It is used in the PLASTIC messaging system. Libraries exist for many languages.

XML-RPC is defined at http://www.xmlrpc.com/.

-- MarkTaylor - 23 May 2007

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