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RE: what is STRUCTURAL,AUXILIARY, ABSTRACT,top?
> >I don't understand what STRUCTURAL,AUXILIARY, ABSTRACT
> mean,For example:
> >( 188.8.131.52.4.1.1466.344 NAME 'dcObject' SUP top AUXILIARY MUST dc )
> >"AUXILIARY" in the object class definition above may become
> STRUCTURAL,ABSTRACT in other object class definition,why ?
> Read these excellent resources:
Interesting that the first example in this document (page 9) violates the
structural model; the object is both an "person" and "account" which are
structural classes derived from "top". At least, according to the schema
that I have...
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