[LandXML] Re: [Fwd: Feature source]

  • From: Nathan Crews <nathan.crews@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "gordan.vosicki@xxxxxxx" <gordan.vosicki@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 18 Sep 2009 12:08:51 -0700

That is an excellent idea. We also had an idea about producing and publishing 
feature dictionaries, which detailed the Feature data added by vendors.

Nathan Crews

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Subject: [LandXML] Re: [Fwd: Feature source]

Hi Nathan,

don't you think it might be a good idea to be able to specify the 
provider/application of features
as an optional attribute of Feature, especially in top-level embedded Features, 
or alternatively
to specify some code of "good practice" about feature naming (ex. 
provider:name) ?

Gordan Vosicki


Nathan Crews a écrit :

Hi Gordon,



The source attribute is used to point to additional data related to the

feature element. It could be a document, image, web site URL or just about

any other reference.



Nathan Crews

www.landxml.org<http://www.landxml.org>





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Subject: [LandXML] [Fwd: Feature source]



Hi Nathan,



What does actually the "source" attribute of the "Feature" element

represent ?

Is it meant to differentiate features from different

providers/applications which might have the same code ?

If yes, is there a prefix registry or or some good practice rules about

how to use it ?



Best regards,

Gordan














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