HR-XML 3.0: New Architecture, New Opportunities. Chuck Allen, HR-XML Consortium, Inc. HR-XML in 2008. “The recognized authority on, and leading source of, global interoperability standards for human resources management.”
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Chuck Allen, HR-XML Consortium, Inc.
* Bob Sutor, IBM, http://www.sutor.com/newsite/blog-open/?p=1799
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Complex Types With SimpleContent
A character string (letters, figures or symbols) that for brevity and / or language independence may be used to represent or replace a definitive value or text of a Property.
HR-XML 3.0 will involve analysis using CCTS and ISO 11179-5 concepts.
Under ISO 11179-5 sets out a model for data elements.
A data element name (DEN) is composed of (in order):
A DEN uses a period ( “.” ) to separate between terms.
May be attached to object class terms, property terms, and representation terms to narrow or uniquely define a data element. DEN uses a underscore “_” appended to the end of a term to represent a qualifying term.
Person. Hire Date. Date
Person. Proposed_ Hire Date. Date (qualifies the property)
Employer_ Organization. Name (qualifies the object class)
(Organization object class, name property, name representation type)
(A profile or narrowed version of the broader Organization object class.)
(This is a different object class.)
Name Fields by “representation type”. Driven from UnqualifiedDataTypes for example: