Difference: RegDMStandards (1 vs. 5)

Revision 52012-06-26 - root

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"

VOStandard

This page is deprecated; the VOStandard extension standard is now track via VOStandard.

The version 1.0 registry data model uses Resource Identifiers in several places to identify which standard a particular resource follows. By using IVOA resource identifiers in this way there is an implicit assumption that the standard is itself registered - though no formal requirement to do so. The VOStandard data model and schema provides a framework in which IVOA standards can be described in the registry.

Latest materials

Discussion

Historical materials

The previous version of the schema was distributed as part of the RegUpgradeToV10 page

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-- PaulHarrison - 25 Apr 2007

META FILEATTACHMENT attr="" comment="" date="1243337463" name="VOStandard-v0.3wd.html" path="VOStandard-v0.3wd.html" size="43297" user="RayPlante" version="1.1"

Revision 42009-11-10 - RayPlante

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"

VOStandard

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This page is deprecated; the VOStandard extension standard is now track via VOStandard.
  The version 1.0 registry data model uses Resource Identifiers in several places to identify which standard a particular resource follows. By using IVOA resource identifiers in this way there is an implicit assumption that the standard is itself registered - though no formal requirement to do so. The VOStandard data model and schema provides a framework in which IVOA standards can be described in the registry.

Latest materials

Discussion

Historical materials

The previous version of the schema was distributed as part of the RegUpgradeToV10 page


-- PaulHarrison - 25 Apr 2007

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META FILEATTACHMENT attr="" comment="" date="1243337463" name="VOStandard-v0.3wd.html" path="VOStandard-v0.3wd.html" size="43297" user="RayPlante" version="1.1"

Revision 32009-05-26 - RayPlante

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"

VOStandard

The version 1.0 registry data model uses Resource Identifiers in several places to identify which standard a particular resource follows. By using IVOA resource identifiers in this way there is an implicit assumption that the standard is itself registered - though no formal requirement to do so. The VOStandard data model and schema provides a framework in which IVOA standards can be described in the registry.

Latest materials

Changed:
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>
>
 

Discussion

Historical materials

The previous version of the schema was distributed as part of the RegUpgradeToV10 page


-- PaulHarrison - 25 Apr 2007

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Added:
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Added:
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META FILEATTACHMENT attr="" comment="" date="1243337463" name="VOStandard-v0.3wd.html" path="VOStandard-v0.3wd.html" size="43297" user="RayPlante" version="1.1"
 

Revision 22007-11-20 - PaulHarrison

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"

VOStandard

The version 1.0 registry data model uses Resource Identifiers in several places to identify which standard a particular resource follows. By using IVOA resource identifiers in this way there is an implicit assumption that the standard is itself registered - though no formal requirement to do so. The VOStandard data model and schema provides a framework in which IVOA standards can be described in the registry.

Latest materials

Changed:
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<
>
>
 

Discussion

Historical materials

The previous version of the schema was distributed as part of the RegUpgradeToV10 page


-- PaulHarrison - 25 Apr 2007

<--  
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Revision 12007-04-25 - PaulHarrison

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"

VOStandard

The version 1.0 registry data model uses Resource Identifiers in several places to identify which standard a particular resource follows. By using IVOA resource identifiers in this way there is an implicit assumption that the standard is itself registered - though no formal requirement to do so. The VOStandard data model and schema provides a framework in which IVOA standards can be described in the registry.

Latest materials

Discussion

Historical materials

The previous version of the schema was distributed as part of the RegUpgradeToV10 page


-- PaulHarrison - 25 Apr 2007

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