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Subject: Re: [emergency] Groups - Draft Meeting Notes 5-31-05.doc uploaded

On 2 Jun 2005, at 23:12, Elysa Jones wrote:

> Just for the sake of not confusing folks on the list - the attached 
> model does not reflect what the TC has agreed to.  What has been 
> agreed to is on the site under docs/specifications EDXL DE DOM 
> 5/31/05.  I am also attaching it here for reference to be sure all 
> have access to the current agreed to DOM.

I did use the "5/31/05" Data Model to create the Information Model.

> Your model leaves out several elements of Distribution that we worked 
> through as well as changes the relationship between the 
> messageElement/content and Distribution/messageElement.  These changes 
> are not germane to the current issue of targetArea and keyword, so 
> lets be sure to focus on these for the moment.

I thought I have captured all the elements from the DOM in the IM - 
which ones are missing?

I can see where the Distribution/messageElement relationship is 
different - i assume this is because
the Message is optional - should be "0..*" on the relationship.

Also, the only difference in the messageElement/content relationship is 
the "OR" in the DOM
and not in the IM (This is a UML issue - may have to use a dependency 
class- anyone know how to
express OR in UML?)

> The biggest problem I see with the alternate targeting blocks for 
> non-geo use is complexity of processing to get to these at a lower 
> level.  Seems to me, it would be more efficient for code at the 
> Distribution level to parse a keyword list rather than go to other 
> level(s) to get basic routing target information.  Just my 2 cents - 
> others please chime in.

I don't see that as an issue at all - at the *modelling* level.

At the XML level - is the concern that the following:


Is more complex than:



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