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Subject: New release of Akoma Ntoso 3.0 (22 July 2015 - OASIS WD14)


Please find attached the new release of Akoma Ntoso, dated 22 July 2015. This is another draft release for what is meant to become version 3.0 of Akoma Ntoso. 




Differences between release 22/07/2015 (WD14 AN 3.0) and 07/01/2015 (CSD13 AN 3.0)
This release contains only two modifications to the vocabulary represented by the schema:

* Element subFlow, which is the generic element for subFlow structures, should have a name attribute since it is a generic elements, but did not have it. It now has it.
* Attribute actor of element step of the workflow has been renamed by to homogenize the name of attributes indicating the agent of an action.

At the same time, the schema has been significantly revised in structure to answer to many issues raised during the open review. None of the following modifications affect the language as described by the schema, but only the internal organization of the schema itself.

* All attributes accepting a value of type xsd:anyURI are now associated to more precise types, all of which are restrictions of xsd:anyURI specifying, in the comment, the nature of the restriction itself, which in general is not easily expressible in XML Schema.
* All attributes that were defined multiple times in similar ways throughout the schema have been collected and defined only once in an attribute group. This includes, for instance, attributes by, to and role, which were present in many different places throughout the schema and are now defined centrally.
* All attributes defined individually in elements and complex types have now been placed in attribute groups and separated from the elements and types. This should improve control and verifiability of attribute names, which was a problem before.
All attributes named types (which have, for many reasons, many different associated value lists) have been collected and presented close together for easy comparison of their values.


Fabio Vitali                                          The sage and the fool
Dept. of Informatics                                     go to their graves
Univ. of Bologna  ITALY                               alike in this respect:
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e-mail: fabio@cs.unibo.it                  Where, then, may wisdom be found?
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