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Part 2: Abstract transmittal format
6.1 Introduction and topics
This clause specifies the rules for producing conforming transmittal formats.
Table 6.1 lists the topics for this clause.
6.2 Forms of conformance
An encoded transmittal may be either functionally conforming or fully
conforming to this part of ISO/IEC 18023.
6.2.2 Functional conformance
An encoded transmittal functionally conforms to this part of ISO/IEC 18023 if:
- All object instances contained therein match the functionality of the corresponding
DRM classes of Part 1 of ISO/IEC 18023.
- The object instances of the encoded transmittal satisfy the conformance
requirements stated in 8.2.2 of Part 1 of ISO/IEC 18023.
- The sequence of elements in the transmittal file set conforms to the relationships
specified in this part of ISO/IEC 18023, producing the organization specified
in this part of ISO/IEC 18023. For example, the transmittal root file of
a transmittal file set begins with BEGIN TRANSMITTAL ROOT FILE and ends
with END TRANSMITTAL ROOT FILE, and includes the information required by the
productions as specified in this part of ISO/IEC 18023.
- No elements appear in the transmittal file set other than those specified
in this part of ISO/IEC 18023.
6.2.3 Full conformance
An encoded transmittal that fully conforms to this part of ISO/IEC 18023 shall:
- be a functionally conforming encoded transmittal, and
- conform to an encoding specified in another part of ISO/IEC 18023.
6.3 Conformance of encodings
An encoding that functionally conforms to this part of ISO/IEC 18023 shall:
- shall only encode the abstract syntax as specified in
Abstract syntax of a transmittal, and
- only produce functionally conforming encoded transmittals.
An encoding that fully conforms to this part of ISO/IEC 18023 shall be
specified in another part of ISO/IEC 18023.