Dynamic Data Exchange


(DDE, originally Dynamic Data Linking, DDL) A Microsoft Windows 3 hotlink protocol that allows application programs to communicate using a client-server model. Whenever the server (or "publisher") modifies part of a document which is being shared via DDE, one or more clients ("subscribers") are informed and include the modification in the copy of the data on which they are working.

Last updated: 1997-06-05

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dynamic database management systemDynamic Data ExchangeDynamic Data Linking

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