dmEntry Element has dmEntryType elements = c,d or n. What do they mean?

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for element dmEntry.... attributes dmEntryType = n, c, or n

what do they stand for?

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Enthusiast , Dec 17, 2018 Dec 17, 2018
Hi Rhonda,This is the information from version 4.0 of the S1000D specification (Chapter 4.5.1 para 2.2.1):
Attribute: dmEntryType (Optional), specifies the type of entry using one of the attribute values: "n" = new "c" = changed "d" = deleted
The usage follows the similar change tracking attributes used for many elements inside the various data module structures.Ian

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Hi Rhonda,

This is the information from version 4.0 of the S1000D specification (Chapter 4.5.1 para 2.2.1):

Attribute: dmEntryType (Optional), specifies the type of entry using one of the attribute values:

  • "n" = new
  • "c" = changed
  • "d" = deleted

The usage follows the similar change tracking attributes used for many elements inside the various data module structures.

Ian

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