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SSE or Simple Shared Extensions extends RSS flows to being bi-directional. (Not to be confused with Scottish and Southern Energy)

What this means is you will be able to share your data with anyone no matter the device or OS easily. Massive potiential.

Is this an alternative to Web Services? Well not really as web service and SSE are actually going to be in different leagues and don't entirely overlap, for example SSE is not design to have authentication, whilst Web Services with WS-Security is going to be locked down tighter than a ducks butt.

Anyway, a FAQ can be found here.

Posted on Monday, November 21, 2005 8:13 AM Technical Architecture | Back to top


Comments on this post: What is SSE?

# Does PHP support SSE?
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I would like to know if PHP supports Simple Shared Extensions.

If so then where can I find some documentation on how to do this.

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Raji
Left by Raji Murali on Jun 15, 2007 9:55 PM

# re: What is SSE?
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in our office for data processing we used ms access .
the main database is hosted in our main office (kabul)we have 4 field offices they are also use the same database for data procssing , when they send data base backuo (i mean monthly data ) throw Export command they send database in XML file .

we need how to configure and used the SSE soft ware.


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faheem safi
Left by Safi on Jul 11, 2007 10:06 AM

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