Since these "globally unique identifiers" are really just URIs, I changed
the document to get rid of the term "globally unique" and just explicitly
state that the object's identifier is a URI. Therefore we are only as
"globally unique" as URIs are and we don't have to say how or why, we let
the URI people worry about that.
>>> Roger K Debry <rdebry at us.ibm.com> 07/14 7:11 AM >>>
AN IBM person reviewing the model document made the following observation --
On page 20 Section 4.6, it says
"... have an identifier attribute whose value is globally unique
I think we have to say how this is done, don't we?