The following Novell Vibe definitions that can assist you when using the Vibe Web services:
binder: A place such as a workspace or folder.
binder configuration ID: A number that identifies the template used to create and configure a new workplace or folder. This number represents a set of information that Vibe uses to establish configuration settings, such as the default view, allowable views, allowable workflow, and workflow associations.
binder ID: A unique number that identifies a specific workspace or folder.
data item name: A tag value that maps an HTML form element to a value stored in the Vibe database.
definition ID: A unique 32-character hexadecimal identifier that maps to a definition for a specific type of entry. (You modify and create definitions by using the designers in the administration portlet.) You need to specify this value when creating a new entry in a folder.
endpoint: The URL that you use to connect your client application to the Vibe server.
page: A level in the workspace hierarchy that represents a subset of binders. Most often used to group personal workspaces into sets that are convenient for display in the user interface. Section 1.7.6, Binder Pages and search_getWorkspaceTreeAsXML provides additional information about this hierarchical level.
principal: A registered user or a group.
principal ID: A unique number that identifies a specific user or group.
stub: A proxy on the client. The stub code performs SOAP calls to the server.