4.2 Energistics Common Technical Architecture (common)
|For Standard||RESQML v2.0.1|
Figure 4.2-1 shows the packages in the Energistics common folder. This section describes how the data objects in these packages are intended to work when RESQML is implemented in software. Classes and attributes defined in the UML model are converted into XML elements, types, and attributes in the resulting XML schema, from where programmers can use proxy generators to create classes in their development environments. Because behavior is not specifiable in XML, the operations part of the class boxes is not used and the UML model does not hold methods.
Officially, common is part of the Energistics Common Technical Architecture. However, the current version has been released in support of RESQML. For more information, see the Energistics: common Technical Reference Guide.