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PLM2 — PLM 2 FTF -- Editorial issues

  • Key: PLM2-4
  • Legacy Issue Number: 10973
  • Status: closed  
  • Source: Object Management Group ( Andrew Watson)
  • Summary:

    E1. Section "0.5 Proof of Concept"

    If this section gets transferred to the Final Adopted Specification, please fix the following:

    E1.1 Every instance of "it's" (with an apostrophe) should be "its" (no apostrophe). 3 instances.

    E1.2 "... evaluated in a interaction scenario ..." should be "... evaluated in an interaction scenario ..."

    E2. Section "0.8 Edit Directions Against PLM Services V1.0 (dtc/2005-03-08)"

    As we discussed at the AB meeting, this title should be "Changes from PLM Services V1.0 (dtc/2005-03-08)" (or some similar language).

    E3. Section "3 Normative References"

    The document number for Meta Object Facility (MOF) 2.0 XMI Mapping Specification contains a typo - "OMG Document formal.-5-09-01" should be "OMG Document formal/05-09-01".

    E4. Section " Partner role descriptions"

    The table contains a superfluous hyphen in "person" in one role description "per-son".

    E5. Section " Process definition"

    Contains mis-hyphenation of "example" ("ex-ample").

    E6. Figures 7-11, 7-12, 7-13, 7-14 garbled in the PDF

    (But I believe this was fixed in the errata during the meeting).

    E7. Section "7.2.2 UML package"

    The phrase "XML provides an own mechanism ..." should be "XML provides its own mechanism ..."

    E8. Section "7.2 UML profile for XML Schema (Informative)"

    The phrase "An UML profile ..." occurs 5 times on pages 371, 376 & 378. Should be "a UML profile".

    E9. Section "7.2 UML profile for XML Schema (Informative)"

    The phrase "... stereotypes, tagged value called properties ...." should be "... stereotypes, tagged values called properties ....".

  • Reported: PLM 1.0.1 — Wed, 25 Apr 2007 04:00 GMT
  • Disposition: Resolved — PLM 2.0b2
  • Disposition Summary:

    change as described in the summary

  • Updated: Fri, 6 Mar 2015 20:58 GMT