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Subject: Re: [regrep] UK Govt regrep requirements


Following on from Farrukh's comments - the assembly requirements
are certainly covered by the OASIS CAM specification and are
designed to work with a registry as the numerous sample CAM
templates illustrate.

More information on CAM is available from:


and I would direct you specifically to the PPT slides showing
the architecture for registry driven assembly that are 
available there.

Thanks, DW.
Quoting Paul Spencer <paul.spencer@boynings.co.uk>:

> Sorry I have not been as active here as I would like. For those who don't
> know, I advise various parts of the UK Government on XML. Unfortunately,
> nobody here is currently prepared to spend money on registries, but I am
> working on this. My reason for joining this group was to represent UK
> Government requirements in my spare time - something I have signally failed
> to do so far.
> I recently did some work for the MOD here, spending two days turning their
> core schema (a collection of complex data types) into a repository of
> fully-versioned types from which schemas can be automatically generated.
> This is linked to their existing data dictionary through IDs and ASP code.
> Whilst not a long-term solution, this has clarified the benefits of a
> registry to parts of the MOD and elsewhere in Government and flushed out
> some additional requirements. I now have permission to present on this
> project and to talk to the regrep TC about it. I am currently preparing a
> presentation that must be complete by October 14th. As part of a telecon, I
> would be happy to make this available and talk through it.
> What I would like to get out of this is:
> * does the existing reg/rep spec meet this requirement?
> * if not, is the TC interested in this requirement for a future release?
> * Do any of the current implementations meet this requirement?
> Note that the MOD is a simple case of the general UK Govt requirement. I
> imagine that the needs are common across most Governments - it will just be
> that some don't realise it yet.
> Regards
> Paul Spencer
> Director
> Boynings Consulting Ltd
> http://www.boynings.co.uk
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