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Subject: Re: Interim status of BPSS doc and issues.
Re: <http://lists.ebxml.org/archives/ebxml-core/200104/msg00269.html> On 2001-Apr-23 Karsten Riemer <Karsten.Riemer@east.sun.com> wrote in <ebXML-core>: > Attached is a .zip file with the current state of the BPSS > document, and the current state of the associated issues list. > I am sending it out now as an interim status, for today's > BP/CC phone meeting. The document is called "1.0.A". > I anticipate at least a "1.0.B" within the next two days, > before we reach the "1.0" we will send out for final public > review. So if you have limited reviewing bandwidth, use > "1.0.A" to spotcheck your pet issues only, and save your > complete review contribution for later in the week. > Note: Section 6.3 still needs some clean-up, subject to > today's discussion about state of CC specifications. > Content-type: APPLICATION/octet-stream; name=BPSS1.0.A.zip > Content-description: WinZip > Attachment Converted: C:\MYDOCU~1\ATTACH~2\BPSS10A.ZIP [2001-Apr-23] Just two very minor corrections to note: > 3243 8. A class attribute data type (e.g. Time) that has no corresponding definition > 3244 is rendered as a string. Time is formatted following ISO 8601 > 3245 CCYYMMDDThhmmss.sssZ. In line 3245 please note that ISO 8601 no longer states the Year as 'CCYY', previously implying 'CC' as 'Century'. The years from 2001 to 2099 inclusive, have a CC of '20' whilst in common parlance they are really all 21st Century dates. ISO8601:1988 has been replaced (on 2000-12-21) by the new ISO8601:2000 standard, which avoids this problem by now using 'YYYY' for the Year Information. This should now read: > 3245 YYYYMMDDThhmmss.sssZ. > 435 'definiton' This should be 'definition'. Should Section 11, 'References', list this as well?: ISO8601:2000 Data Elements and Interchange Formats - Information Interchange - Representation of Dates and Times (2nd Edition) 2000-12-21, International Organisation for Standardisation, Geneva. Controversial!: How about the BPSS Document Date being '2001 April 21' rather than '21 April 2001', thereby following the same element order as in ISO8601. Within the ISO8601 standard long-hand dates are already written in that style in many places. Cheers, Ian. <email@example.com> [2001-04-23] .end
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