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.


An abstract extension base for specific catalog sets


This package contains a number of test realizations of the NewCollectionPattern (revised 2017-06-12). All classes begin with an X so that can use the names of existing classes without conflict. Once these have been tested, changes will be made to the model and this test package will be removed.


This controlled vocabulary provides specification for the different types of relation patterns between the source and target of a relationship. Note that some denote the simple nature of a bag/set (nominal, ordinal, interval, spatial) while others specify relationships between members or bags/sets.


Identifies the lowest level of geography that can be identified in the data set or study.


This class serves as a place to annotate a Collection without adding an annotation to each element of the Collection.


This package contains test realizations of the newly proposed collections pattern. They are in the build so we can test the applied use of the XML


A pointer (URN) to a member of the Bag


A Member of a list, having an orderNumber to define the ordering.


A type of StrictList defining the relationship between a Singleton and a Bag.


A Bag with one and only one Member. NOTE: this is intended only for the use as the source in a relationship.


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