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Re: models-09 comments
Kurt D. Zeilenga writes:
>At 01:35 AM 1/6/2004, Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
>>Kurt D. Zeilenga writes:
>>>At 08:45 AM 12/21/2003, Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
>>>>> 4.2. Subschema Subentries
>>>>What is 'subschema' as opposed to 'schema'?
>>> Sub in subschema, like sub in subentry, refers to a subtree
>>> (or subtree refinement). That is, a subschema is the schema
>>> that controls a particular subtree (or subtree refinement).
>>OK. Please mention that in the draft.
> Then you'll ask me to define "subtree refinement".
Oh. So I would.
> I'd like to avoid that.
>>>>> 3.4. Operational attributes
> How about:
> A DSA-shared operational attribute is used to represent information
> of the DSA Information Model which is shared between servers (DSAs).
> A DSA-specific operational attribute is also used to represent
> information of the DSA Information Model which is specific to each
> server (DSA) (though, in some cases, may be derived from information
> shared between servers) (e.g., 'namingContexts').
Fine. Except, this time drop 'also'.