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Re: CCTS NDR tools for generation of schemas

  • From: David Carver <d_a_carver@y...>
  • To: Stephen Green <stephengreenubl@g...>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2007 11:45:09 -0500

Re:  CCTS NDR tools for generation of schemas
Stephen Green wrote:
> Hi Bryan
> To my understanding of CCTS, having just one possible NDR is against
> the spirit of CCTS - completely against it. CCTS should be implementation
> technology agnostic - that's one of the main tenets behind it's very 
> concept.
There are actually three XML NDRs for CCTS:

1. UBL 2.0 NDR
2. ATG2 XML NDR 2.0, and 1.0
3. OAGIs 9 v0.7 NDR

So, it comes down to which flavor you want to implement.   All are based 
on the CCTS Meta Model, but each has a unique twist on implementing the 
Platform Specific XML implementation.    And yes, CCTS itself is 
platform neutral, but at some point you need to get to a platform 
specific implementation.


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