400 Application Program Interface Association (XAPIA).
What does APIA stand for?
APIA stands for Application Program Interface Association (X.400)
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We have 41 other meanings of APIA in our Acronym Attic
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- Aleutian/Pribilof Islands Association, Inc.
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- American Pain Institute, Arkansas Chapter
- Assistant Pour Internet Au Forfait (French: Internet Package Assistant)
- Association Promotion Initiatives Autonomes des Femmes (French: Association of Autonomous Women Promotion Initiatives)
- Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum
- Aleutian Pribilof Island Association Inc. (nonprofit tribal organization)
Samples in periodicals archive:
400 Application Program Interface Association, today announced a new version of its Common Messaging Call application program interface (API) that supports additional features used by message-reliant applications such as workflow, calendaring, document management, and electronic data interchange.
400 Application Program Interface Association (XAPIA) will host an open meeting for vendors and corporate users of directory services products to investigate the need for a consistent, simplified interface between client applications and the directories that serve them.