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Subject: NDRSC Minutes January 28 2004
Dear all below are the minutes of last week's conference call: ----------- 1. Roll call and welcome by the chair Mavis. Attendees: Mavis Cournane Mark Crawford Lisa Seaburg Jim Wilson Eduardo Gutentag Marion Royal Sue Probert Anne Hendry Michael Grimley 1. identifier schema module. Gunther Stuhec put forward a new proposal to ATG regarding the handling of Identifiers. Becuase identifiers in codes are so uniquely enterwined it is difficult to distinguish the different between the two. Just like we have a code list schema module we also have an identifier schema module that could be handled in the same way as the code list schema module. Anne Hendry asked: Are identifiers done by external agencies. Give an example. CountryCode Identifier identification of an object and an ASBIE. There is no difference from a syntactic point of view and can be handled the same way. Not all identifiers are codes, e.g. product codes but they are all handled similarily. What is the impact on our delivery schedule if we change this. We need to consult with Michael Dill to know if he can do this in terms of the current LC Model. It will cause a divergence from CEFACT, who have adopted this and TBG 17 core component library. EG: I thought that CEFACT were only doing modelling. library might need to build a catalogue It could be realised in the schemas in just one module that treats them both equally. TBG17 have said that country identifier is the standard way of dealing with ASBIEs - this is not what we have in Beta. The identifier solution would have to be used. EG: Verify that ATG is actually creating schemas? LS: No they will be using the concept of the code list xsd in modelling. 2. Schedule Final editing done at the F2F. 3. The latest version of NDR is on the NDR portal. Tracking of differences between Beta and Final- Michael was going to provide and indentify differences between the NDR rules and the additional features of XSD you were going to address. Michael Grimley states: what I have done now is fix all minor errors in the spreadsheets.