[Volute] r3547 - trunk/projects/registry/SimpleDALRegExt

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Wed Oct 26 18:05:41 CEST 2016


Author: msdemlei
Date: Tue Sep 13 19:56:18 2016
New Revision: 3547

Log:
SimpleDALRegExt: removing reference to SIA 2.0 aux capability.

(RFC comment by Pierre Fernique).

Modified:
   trunk/projects/registry/SimpleDALRegExt/SimpleDALRegExt.tex

Modified: trunk/projects/registry/SimpleDALRegExt/SimpleDALRegExt.tex
==============================================================================
--- trunk/projects/registry/SimpleDALRegExt/SimpleDALRegExt.tex	Tue Sep 13 19:54:39 2016	(r3546)
+++ trunk/projects/registry/SimpleDALRegExt/SimpleDALRegExt.tex	Tue Sep 13 19:56:18 2016	(r3547)
@@ -671,10 +671,7 @@
 standards; for instance, SIA version 2.0 \citep{2015ivoa.spec.1223D},
 specifies
 $$\hbox{\nolinkurl{ivo://ivoa.net/std/SIA#query-2.0}}$$ for its query
-capability.  By the IVOA Note on Discovering Data Collections
-\citep{note:discoveringdata}, the standard identifier for an auxiliary
-SIA version 2.0 capability would be
-$$\hbox{\nolinkurl{ivo://ivoa.net/std/SIA#query-aux-2.0}.}$$
+capability.
 
 \subsubsection{The Schema Namespace}
 
@@ -703,7 +700,7 @@
 \begin{lstlisting}[language=XML,basicstyle=\footnotesize]
 <xs:complexType name="SimpleImageAccess" >
   <xs:complexContent >
-    <xs:extension base="vr:Capabilities" >
+    <xs:extension base="vr:Capability" >
       <xs:sequence >
         <xs:element name="imageServiceType" type="sia:ImageServiceType" />
         <xs:element name="maxQueryRegionSize" type="sia:SkySize" minOccurs="0"
@@ -736,7 +733,7 @@
 \item[Allowed Values]\hfil
 \begin{longtermsdescription}
 \item[Cutout]
-         This is a service which extracts or „cuts out” rectangular
+         This is a service which extracts or “cuts out” rectangular
          regions of some larger image, returning an image of the
          requested size to the client. Such images are usually drawn
          from a database or a collection of survey images that cover
@@ -778,8 +775,8 @@
                
 \item[Pointed]
                   This category of service provides access to
-                  collections of images of many small, „pointed”
-                  regions of the sky. „Pointed” images normally focus
+                  collections of images of many small, “pointed”
+                  regions of the sky. “Pointed” images normally focus
                   on specific sources in the sky as opposed to being
                   part of a sky survey. This type of service usually
                   applies to instrumental archives from observatories
@@ -827,11 +824,11 @@
                      
 \item[Occurrence] optional
 \item[Comment] 
-                         When the imageServiceType is „Cutout” or „Mosaic”, 
+                         When the imageServiceType is “Cutout” or “Mosaic”, 
                          this represents the largest area that can be requested.
-                         In this case, the „no limit” value means that all-sky
-                         images can be requested.  When the type is „Atlas” or
-                         „Pointed”, it should be a region that most closely 
+                         In this case, the “no limit” value means that all-sky
+                         images can be requested.  When the type is “Atlas” or
+                         “Pointed”, it should be a region that most closely 
                          encloses largest images in the archive, and the ”no
                          limit” value means that the archive contains all-sky 
                          (or nearly so) images.  
@@ -856,9 +853,9 @@
 \item[Occurrence] optional
 \item[Comment] 
                          This is primarily relevant when the imageServiceType
-                         is „Cutout” or „Mosaic”, indicating the largest 
+                         is “Cutout” or “Mosaic”, indicating the largest 
                          image that can be created.  When the imageServiceType 
-                         is „Atlas” or „Pointed”, this should be specified only
+                         is “Atlas” or “Pointed”, this should be specified only
                          when there are static images in the archive that can 
                          be searched for but not returned because they are 
                          too big.  
@@ -883,9 +880,9 @@
 \item[Occurrence] optional
 \item[Comment] 
                         This is primarily relevant when the imageServiceType
-                        is „Cutout” or „Mosaic”, indicating the largest 
+                        is “Cutout” or “Mosaic”, indicating the largest 
                         files that can be created.  When the imageServiceType 
-                        is „Atlas” or „Pointed”, this should be specified only
+                        is “Atlas” or “Pointed”, this should be specified only
                         when there are static images in the archive that can 
                         be searched for but not returned because they are 
                         too big.  
@@ -2181,6 +2178,12 @@
 
 \section{Change History}
 
+\subsection{Changes from PR-2016-07-06}
+
+\begin{itemize}
+\item References to auxiliary capabilities removed again.
+\end{itemize}
+
 \subsection{Changes from REC-1.0}
 
 \begin{itemize}
@@ -2190,6 +2193,8 @@
 in the text (since they are no longer in the schema).
 \item XML schemas are no longer included in the document; the files in
 the IVOA repository are declared authoritative.
+\item We now claim, essentially, to describe the S-protocol metadata
+schemas until the respective standards define one themselves.
 \item Updated example in the appendix to the style of Identifiers 2.0
 \item Mentioning auxiliary capabilities and giving a standard id for
 them.


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