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Subject: A new abbreviation for UBL 2.2
Fellow UBL committee members,Does anyone see any problems with adding to the abbreviation table and equivalences table in UBL 2.2?
For a proposed BBIE I need to add OID as an accepted abbreviation for Object Identifier, and declare its equivalence to "Identifier". I'm updating the spreadsheet for UBL 2.2 and the configuration file accordingly.
When UBL 2.2 is finalized we can publish a revision to the UBL NDR Version 3.0 Committee Note with the updated abbreviations and equivalences. There is no rush to do this during the voting process for the current UBL NDR since this abbreviation isn't being used in UBL 2.1.
There are no changes to the Business Document NDR ... that just makes reference to the existence of a set of abbreviations and equivalences, not what they actually are.
The rationale is that "OID" is an industry-accepted abbreviation in the world of encryption, which is touched upon in pre-award documents.
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