Added automatic builds
Each day a ZIP-file is created via cron.
The builds consist of XMI, XSD, DocBook, PDF and graphs in dot, svg and png.
Added basic validation for names
installed module for validation, some rules for object and package names have been defined.
Added help for creating and managing the model
Guidelines for naming and propeties.
Added stage-tagging for objects
Re-arranged "Status" and added field for Stage, filter added on objects page.
Changes for Datatype
Datatype taxonomy is replaced by a datatype content type, to create a new one go to /node/add/datatype. You can specify basic documentation of the datatype and specify enumerated values. A datatype must be placed in a package.


A combination of a category and its designations.


Imported från DDI3.2


Imported från DDI3.2


Imported från DDI3.2


The following xhtml tags are available for use in Content: address, blockquote, pre, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, hr, div, p, a, abbr, acronym, cite, code, dfn, em, kbd, q, samp, strong, var, b, big, i, small, sub, sup, tt, br, span, dl, dt, dd, ol, ul, li, table, caption, thead, tfoot, tbody, colgroup, col, tr, th, and td. They should be used with the xhtml namespace prefix, i.e., xhtmdiv. See DDI Technical Manual Part I and for additional details.


WhiteSpace constrains the value space of types derived from string such that the various behaviors specified in Attribute Value Normalization in XML are realized. The value of WhiteSpace must be one of {preserve, replace, collapse}.

The definition and documentation of whiteSpace is according to the section "Constraining Facets" of the XML Schema documentation.


The lexical and value spaces of xs:language are the set of language codes defined by the RFC 1766.
Although the schema for schema defines a minimal test to perform expressed as patterns (see the Definition), the lexical space is the set of existing language codes.

Some valid values for this datatype are: "en", "en-US", "fr", or "fr-FR".

The formal definition for this datatype is at


This datatype describes instances identified by the combination of a date and a time. Its value space is described as a combination of date and time of day in Chapter 5.4 of ISO 8601. Its lexical space is the extended format: [-]CCYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss[Z|(+|-)hh:mm]
The time zone may be specified as Z (UTC) or (+|-)hh:mm. Time zones that aren't specified are considered undetermined. Restrictions


This will be an extension of an OtherMaterialType


Description of the Collection expressed as text. This should summarize information on the purpose of the collection, its coverage, and any particular features or sub-collections.


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