A SIP Event Package for Subscribing to Changes to an HTTP Resource. Roach, A. Internet RFC 5989, October, 2010.
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The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is increasingly being used in systems that are tightly coupled with Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP) servers for a variety of reasons. In many of these cases, applications can benefit from being able to discover, in near real-time, when a specific HTTP resource is created, changed, or deleted. This document proposes a mechanism, based on the SIP Event Framework, for doing so.
@misc{ rfc5989,
  author = {Adam Roach},
  title = {A SIP Event Package for Subscribing to Changes to an HTTP Resource},
  howpublished = {Internet RFC 5989},
  month = {October},
  year = {2010},
  topic = {http[0.9] sip[0.9]},
  abstract = {The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is increasingly being used in systems that are tightly coupled with Hypertext Transport Protocol (HTTP) servers for a variety of reasons. In many of these cases, applications can benefit from being able to discover, in near real-time, when a specific HTTP resource is created, changed, or deleted. This document proposes a mechanism, based on the SIP Event Framework, for doing so.}
}

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