MSPROV DTD Elements
MSPROV DTD uses the following elements:
|characteristic Element||Allows you to group settings.|
|characteristic-error Element||Indicates that an error occurred while a characteristic element in the XML document is processing. When an error occurs, the erroneous element is changed to a characteristic-error element.|
|characteristic-query Element||Queries the setting values designated by the characteristic type attributes.|
|characteristic-query-error Element||Indicates that an error occurred while a characteristic-query element from the XML document was processed. When an error occurs, the erroneous element is changed to a characteristic-query-error element.|
|nocharacteristic||In a request message, indicates the settings to be removed. In a response message, indicates the elements that do not exist.|
|nocharacteristic-error Element||Indicates that an error occurred while a nocharacteristic element was processed. When an error occurs, the erroneous element is changed to a nocharacteristic-error element.|
|noparm Element||In a request message, this element indicates the setting to be removed. In a response message, this element indicates that the corresponding parm identified by the name attribute does not exist.|
|noparm-error Element||If an error occurs while a noparm element is processing, the erroneous element will be changed to a noparm-error element.|
|parm||This element contains metadata that describes how that data is to be viewed and edited by the Configuration Service Provider.|
|parm-error Element||If an error occurs while a parm element is processing, the erroneous element will be changed to a parm-error element.|
|parm-query Element||specifies a request for the current value of the setting designated by the name attribute.|
|parm-query-error Element||If an error occurs while a parm-query element is being processed, the erroneous element will be changed to a parm-query-error element.|
For the majority of XML documents, the most common node types are element, attribute, and text. Attributes occupy a special place in the model because they are not considered child nodes of a parent and are treated more like properties of elements.
When all settings in one characteristic are processed in the same manner, you can use the following elements:
The following list shows the setting elements that are nested below the characteristic element
At present, sending the parm-query and characteristic-query elements over the air is not supported due to the lack of an over-the-air (OTA) response mechanism.
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