Media Type 'application/vnd.omads-file+xml' Details

Media Type 'application/vnd.omads-file+xml' Details


Basic Info
Media Type application
subtype vnd.omads-file+xml
Registered? Yes
See also OMA Data Synchronization Working Group
Extensions

Tags: (none)

File Formats: (none)

Details

(last updated 2004-05-14)

Name : OMA Data Synchronization WG

Email : [email protected]

MIME media type name : Application

MIME subtype name : Vendor Tree - vnd.omads-file+xml

Required parameters : None

Optional parameters : 
charset:
Specifies the character set used to represent the OMA DS file object. The default character set is UTF-8.
    
Encoding considerations : 8bit
This media type may require encoding on transports not capable of handling 8 bit text.

Security considerations : 
This content type is designed to carry a file and related meta data between 
OMA data synchronization applications. In the OMA DS specifications, the 
security of the content is managed by transport layer protocols, not the 
content. Thus thorough security considerations of the media type have not 
been assessed.
As an XML content type, it shares the security issues common to all media 
types based on XML [RFC 3023].

Interoperability considerations : 
This content type provides a common format for exchange of file and related meta 
data between OMA DS applications. The OMA DS specifications define static conformance 
requirements and interoperability test cases for this content.

Published specification : 
File Data Object Specification (v1.2), http://www.openmobilealliance.org/    

Applications which use this media : 
This MIME type is intended for common use by OMA data synchronization applications.    

Additional information :

1. Magic number(s) : None
2. File extension(s) : None
3. Macintosh file type code : None
4. Object Identifiers: None

Person to contact for further information :

1. Name : Aki Lehto
2. Email : [email protected]

Intended usage : Common 
    
Author/Change controller : Open Mobile Alliance / Data Synchronization Working Group    


[Created 2004-05-14]