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Subject: Re: [ubl] Discussion of substitution groups

Title: [ubl] Discussion of substitution groups
As we are looking at substitution groups in
advance of the codelist discussion (though
leading into it of course) I thought I'll need
to jump the gun a bit on prototyping I adapted 
from some work I've been doing with Marty
(based on his prototypes for codelist extension).
It uses the latest UBL 2.0 draft schemas
sent by David over the last few days.
It demonstrates both
1. Marty's codelist mechanism which now
uses substitution groups * without abstracts *
(personally I'm all for that following the work
we did with Arofan, though I still dislike the
abstract element/type method)
2. Arofan's general minor versioning
(and customisation) mechanism which we
worked on in the working team in April.
Notably, using the latest schemas is
rather more satisfying and assuring in
that it shows there to be no development
problem at all in using the substitution
group / global elements / global types
(without abstracts) / derivation mechanism
with our current 2.0 schemas to produce
a * hypothetical * 2.1 set of extended minor
version schemas (both BIEs and codelists
The attached file can be saved with extension
.zip then unzipped.
All the best
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, July 18, 2005 1:41 AM
Subject: RE: [ubl] Discussion of substitution groups

>Remember that we are discussing substitution groups (and possible
>alternatives to the same) as a code list extension mechanism in
>next week's Atlantic TC call.  Given that Mark Crawford will be
>unable to attend, it would be good to have as much information as
>possible (including the outcome of discussions with Henry
>Thompson) posted to this list prior to that meeting, preferably at
>the beginning of the week.

Remember that our discussions on the use of substitution groups within our UBL NDR needs to focus on what our requirements are for developing UBL normative schema from our models for vote by the TC - to include UBL developed code lists.  Customizer requirements are left to the extension methodology.
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