Another step of aligning our schemas closely with the Semantic Model.
- our element structure - especially of feature elements - is more complex than the one used in the Semantic Model. we still define the feature elements within our schemas, but try to follow the Semantic Model structure and use identical names.
another advantage is that this can be used to create the requested connection for bi-directional communication.
- generally we now use element and attribute names, which follow the naming concept of the Semantic Model (upper/lower case, avoid '_', etc.) - even if there is no template available in the Semantic Model.
An extension to the data types notes some minutes ago:
we now use much more patterns to describe rules for proprietary entries (one of Mark's requests of long time).
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