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Subject: Re: [ubl-csc] Summary of my confusion in 0.80 vis-a-vis London decisions


I beleive the quote you note below from Chee-Kai is in reference
to the current round of schemas, as opposed to what the final
round of schemas will be.  I believe the current set of schemas
have not yet fully implemented the naming rules because some
of the ndrs are still in progress.  But I'm sure Chee-Kai can
clarify in more detail.  I'm aware of this quote because I just
typed up the minutes, and recall that statement, which at
the time, I understood to refer to the current instantiation,
not the final form.  It was in response to the question of whether
global or local had been implemented in the latest schemas yet.

Note you have sent this mail only to the chairs list not the lcsc.
Was that your intention?


G. Ken Holman wrote:

> At 2003-06-26 20:49 -0700, Jon Bosak wrote:
>> I'm just glad that you and Chee Kai seem to be arriving at
>> some common understanding about all this.
> Unfortunately, I do *not* have a _common_ understanding yet, because 
> what Chee Kai tells me is in direct opposition to what Eduardo, Arofan 
> and I were debating in London.  Eduardo and Arofan were debating it 
> with me with such conviction, and Chee Kai is so emphatic in his 
> position.
> Hence my request for a citation to a definitive description of the UBL 
> decision regarding local/global with examples ... so I could figure 
> out which of their arguments I didn't understand.  It seems I was the 
> source of the problem in my debate with Eduardo and Arofan.
> Reviewing LCSC postings again, I just found in:
>   http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/ubl-lcsc/200306/msg00048.html
> the quote from Chee Kai "the way it was done in 0p70 was mostly 
> preserved".  This was in response to a question by Tim and there 
> appears to be no contention.  So the vociferous around-the-room debate 
> and comments in London, and the minuted decision on @ID and @CODE, and 
> the exasperation expressed by some at the conclusions now baffle me as 
> to what exactly we were disagreeing about.
> However, understanding or not, at least I can proceed with what I see 
> in 0.80Draft3.1 and the sample instances in:
>   http://lists.oasis-open.org/archives/ubl-lcsc/200306/msg00069.html
> where I see in the Joinery Invoice instance:
>   <n:BuyerParty>
>     <cat:ID/>
>     ...
>     <cat:Address>
>       ...
>   <n:SellerParty>
>     <cat:Party>
>       <cat:ID/>
>       ...
>       <cat:Address>
>         ...
> No-one seems to be challenging the accuracy of these instances or the 
> document models upon which they are based.  Anyway, they are 
> structured they way I would like to see them!
> Thanks again for your patience.
> .................. Ken
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