Legacy Issue Number: 19884
Source: Trisotech ( Ron Ross)
Issue: Stand-Alone 'Must' in a Necessity
The second Necessity for "adopted definition" on p.137 includes a stand-alone "must". Use of a stand-alone "must", with its inherent sense of obligation, in Necessities is inappropriate. (In reviewing the whole document, this is the only case I find of its use in a Necessity.)
Necessity: Each adopted definition must be of a concept in the body of shared meanings that unites the semantic community that has the speech community.
Necessity: Each adopted definition is of a concept in the body of shared meanings that unites the semantic community that has the speech community.
Reported: SBVR 1.2 — Tue, 14 Jun 2016 04:00 GMT
Disposition: Closed; No Change — SBVR 1.5
Close - Already solved in SBVR v1.4
(see attached Issue Disposition document)
Updated: Tue, 8 Oct 2019 17:48 GMT
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