|Liaising OCL examples||Bernd|
- Liaising OCL usage examples to MEF, SG15, ...
- Bernd gave an overview on the example of learning and using OCL (Object Constraint Language) in UML modeling.
- In the example, the cardinality is 2. Noted that OCL doesn't support infinite cardinality (i.e., *).
- As shown in the example, the iteration of the loop has to be explicity listed. When the cardinality is large, then the list will be long.
- Noted that the constraint is not just applicable to creation. It can also be applicable when trying to change the value of the attribute
- MEF has been working on using OCL
- Should mention about using OCL to describe the pattern of attribute
- Agreed to liaise to: MEF, SG15 Q14, OASIS (they look at constraint-base) of TOSCA, ONAP,
- Should go into the UML modeling guidelines document.
- Action item - Bernd: draft the LS text for the group to review.
- URN NID for ONF - Obtaining the root NID for ONF from IANA
- Finalize Packet examples for TR-512.A.6 v1.4 publication
- Editor instruction from the discussion:
- Enhance the text under Figure 4-1: more flexibility on case 1
- On Fig. 4-2 (b), describe the distinction of the tag types, some are layers and have termination (S-tag and B-tag), some not (I-Tag). And thus the difference as shown in the diagrams.
- Fig. 4-3, LAG: The LAG model has not been agreed yet. See TR-512.4 v1.3.1 in section 4, Figure 4-38 in the inverse multipleing example on LAG,
- Will have more discussion on Thursday OIMT call.
- Summary work on TR-512.A.5. Not discussed.
| ||IEEE 802.1Qcp DM||Bernd/Kam|
- Touch point. Not discussed.