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Subject: Re: [emergency] Changes to HAVE Schemas to do Value List stuff

Title: Re: [emergency] Changes to HAVE Schemas to do Value List s
Hi Renato,

I think this would make a great cornerstone or jumping-off point as a clear example of what we should be doing in an EDXL Reference Information Model (EDXL-RIM), so that we can put all these things we have learned through the DE, HAVE and RM into a common reference that we can use for the next specs in the EDXL family, a unifying model that I am sure many other efforts could profit from consulting as an example, especially for what we have learned about the process itself.


At 10:46 AM +1000 3/1/07, Renato Iannella wrote:
On 1 Mar 2007, at 00:43, Ham, Gary A wrote:

I like renato's approach for code lists in general.  I would be an improvement to our current thinking. 
It is certainly simpler for a human to understand.
Some may have an issue however because it would require string parsing of the element data.
This is a discussion I wish we had five months ago.

We actually had the discussion way back in June 2005:


Do we want to move forward?

Cheers...  Renato Iannella

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