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Subject: Re: The role of context in the re-usability of Core Components andBusiness Processes - OR Say What???
Bob >My argument therefore is > that there are no 'assembly' rules, only context rules I would agree with this. I don't feel comfortable with having contexts on assembly rules myself. The argument made was that in some cases you need to record why a choice was made between certain equivalent types within a functional set (e.g. between postal address and location or between details relevant to a person and those relevant to an organization). I can see a need for this kind of distinction, so there may be a case for recording it has been made at assembly level rather than at context rule level. Martin
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