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Subject: Re: [dss-x] Some feedback on the core 2.0 document

Hi Andreas,

The ContainerType is intended for encapsulating 'any' future
structures/components ('The ContainerType is a composite data type that
can contain an arbitrary number of components'). But I must admit that
the current 'formal' description may be a bit weak.

I agree with you that we have to find some formal language; at the same
time, the formal language should not be too complicated :-)

At the moment the Remote Signing profile document does not use a formal
generic language...


Ernst Jan

Andreas Kuehne wrote:
> Hi Ernst Jan,
>> Please find attached some feedback on
>> "dss-core-v2.0-wd01-2016-06-26.docx". (I have used LibreOffice, they
>> layout is a bit ruined, so don't use it further!!).
>> ** I have made pdf versions of the pages that I have changed. I did not
>> yet go through the whole document (it's a lot!)... **
>> Hope it helps a bit in separating the generic semantics and specific
>> mappings to xml or json.
> sorry, but I'm afraid I didn't get the 'ContainerType' approach right.
> Is it a generic base type of all types holding sub-elements?
> Moreover the current approach to define structures normatively using
> common language and later on do a manual mapping to different schema
> formats seems work intense, error prone, unmaintainable and hard to
> comprehend for a reader. I would prefer some type of 'central' formal
> language and derive the common language description and the specific
> schemes from it.
> Do you do something similar with the Remote Signing profile document?
> Greetings,
> Andreas

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