Tectia Server and an external application communicate by sending messages of form <parameter>:<data>.
The following parameters are valid in the communication (Tectia Server ignores all other parameters):
Specifies the highest protocol version number understood by the sender. Currently, the only accepted value is "1".
Specifies the request id. The id is unique for any ongoing requests the external application has not yet completed.
Denotes the end of a request.
Denotes a positive response to a request. Including additional information in the data field is optional.
Denotes a negative response to a request. Including additional information in the data field is optional.
Tectia Mapper Protocol is line-based; all messages between Tectia Server and an external application are terminated with a linefeed character ("\n" in ANSI C, 0x0A in hex).
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