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Subject: RE: [emergency] EDXL HAVE and NIEM 2.1 dictionary alignment?

They are not – we have added in HAVE entities to the em domain and we also created an “adapter” to point to the actual OASIS standard.  This si being done so we can create a mirror IEPD of HAVE that has a one-to-one match…the idea is to create an XSLT that translates between the HAVE IEPD and the “real” standard that can be carried in the digest of a SOAP message….  





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From: David RR Webber (XML) [mailto:david@drrw.info]
Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2009 12:46 AM
To: emergency@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [emergency] EDXL HAVE and NIEM 2.1 dictionary alignment?
Importance: High




I've finally managed to crack the wantlist.xml processing against the online GTRI SSGT and NIEM 2.0 dictionary working for the HospitalStatus schema and using CAM compare to dictionary tool to reverse engineer the wantlist from the schema.




I've attached the sample wantlist.xml if you want to try this yourselves (click on the "Options" - far top right -  and then you will see a select file and load buttons).


Now - when reviewing this - you will notice a raft of gml elements are missing (only a short list are there) - PLUS - there are many missing em: items.


So the key questions is - are these all missing ones now added into the new NIEM 2.1 dictionary release that is scheduled for September?


If not someone needs to contact GTRI very quickly this week - to make sure these will be added.


And if we could get a beta test of the Access database of the new NIEM 2.1 then would be best so we can crosscheck it all.


Thanks, DW

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