1.5.4 Moving from RESQML v1.1 to v2.0 +

Topic Version1Published09/11/2015
For StandardRESQML v2.0.1

RESQML v2.0 is a significant re-design of RESQML v1.1, including more and richer data objects, a clearly defined knowledge hierarchy, and the ability to create and transfer complete or partial models. Although some of the underlying concepts and infrastructure are retained from v1.1, it is best to consider v2.0+ a new data-exchange standard.

When Energistics publishes a new version of an XML-based standard, it also typically publishes an XML/XST transform, to convert old schemas to updated versions. However, RESQML uses additional technologies with XML, including HDF5 and EPC. These additional technologies and related considerations make the development of a transform quite complex, so none are available.

For information on how v1.1.data objects and concepts map to v2.0, see 3.4.1 Mapping of v1.1 Data Objects to v2.0 Data Objects .