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Subject: Re: [regrep-cc-review] Kickoff!
and what if there is NO available XML format?!? >> There will be - that's what we are creating. why would we want to store the other binary goup - since we can't do anything with that meaningful!!! >> An ebXML registry can store this as an Extrinsic object. If the CCTS folks already think they have that "available XML format", >> They don't - that's our job then we need to realize that any non-XML gets either stored as a binary - or a pointer to its extrinsic instance. >> Yes - how is this different than our current registry architecture? And we need an XML serialization system to actually manage the semantics. >> Yes - and again, that is our mission. But we critically need to understand what those semantics are >> Please give concrete examples of what the CCTS does not provide that you think it should. Joe David RR Webber - XML ebusiness wrote: > > Joe, > > Look at what you just wrote please! > > "other formats stored <snip> along with the equivalent XML format". > > That's exactly the point -and what if there is NO available XML format?!? > > And if there is an available XML format - why would we want to store the > other binary goup - since we can't do anything with that meaningful!!! > > If the CCTS folks already think they have that "available XML format", > then we are wasting our time. If they don't - then we need to realize > that any non-XML gets either stored as a binary - or a pointer to its > extrinsic instance. And we need an XML serialization system to > actually manage the semantics. But we critically need to understand > what those semantics are - so we're not reinventing XMI or UML, > but simply providing a means to capture vocabularies of nouns, > aggregates and logical core components. > > DW. > > Message text written by "Chiusano Joseph" > > > I was not looking at XML serialization to perform that role, but rather > to have these "other format" objects stored in the registry along with > the equivalent XML format (for example, 2 representations of an object - > one XML, the other UML). Then, these 2 representations would be > associated using the registry association mechanism. > > Please tell me if I am missing something. > <
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