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The original diagram was made using OmniGraffle Pro 3.0 [http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnigraffle/] and is also available in the reSIProcate SCM repository as a PDF file [http://svn.resiprocate.org/viewsvn/*checkout*/resiprocate/main/resip/stack/doc/ResipArchitecture.pdf] , PNG file [http://svn.resiprocate.org/viewsvn/*checkout*/resiprocate/main/resip/stack/doc/ResipArchitecture.png] and the original graffle source  [http://svn.resiprocate.org/viewsvn/*checkout*/resiprocate/main/sip/stack/doc/ResipArchitecture.graffle].
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The original diagram was made using OmniGraffle Pro 3.0 [http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/omnigraffle/] and is also available in the reSIProcate SCM repository as a PDF file [http://svn.resiprocate.org/viewsvn/*checkout*/resiprocate/main/resip/stack/doc/ResipArchitecture.pdf] , PNG file [http://svn.resiprocate.org/viewsvn/*checkout*/resiprocate/main/resip/stack/doc/ResipArchitecture.png] and the original graffle source  [http://svn.resiprocate.org/viewsvn/*checkout*/resiprocate/main/resip/stack/doc/ResipArchitecture.graffle].
  
 
NOTE: The diagram was updated at a recent (2005Q2) documentation session and includes the TU selector now. Unless someone needs a pretty version again, I'll defer to the controlled PNG as the architecture document.
 
NOTE: The diagram was updated at a recent (2005Q2) documentation session and includes the TU selector now. Unless someone needs a pretty version again, I'll defer to the controlled PNG as the architecture document.

Revision as of 04:37, 17 November 2006

The Stack's core transaction processing architecture uses a SIP message-based interface between the Transaction (and lower) layers and the Transaction User layers. DUM is one example of a Transaction User.

This diagram shows the reSIProcate Transaction and Transport Architecture. Common colours indicate related, thread connected components. File:Http://scm.sipfoundry.org/rep/resiprocate/main/resip/stack/doc/ReSIP diagrams - Architecture.png

The original diagram was made using OmniGraffle Pro 3.0 [1] and is also available in the reSIProcate SCM repository as a PDF file [2] , PNG file [3] and the original graffle source [4].

NOTE: The diagram was updated at a recent (2005Q2) documentation session and includes the TU selector now. Unless someone needs a pretty version again, I'll defer to the controlled PNG as the architecture document.