XML web services for correspondence chess (Xfcc) was created by Martin Bennedik to define protocols for exchanging data between correspondence chess organizations, servers, and software.
The only protocol currently defined is XfccBasic, which is used to exchange game data between correspondence chess servers and client software. The client software can be used to query the server for a list of games for a given player and to submit a move to the server. The XfccBasic protocol can be accessed programmatically using SOAP calls issued in XML format.
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