Harmonization: QueryRequestLimit vocabulary

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Recommendation for HL7 RIM Change RECOMMENDATION ID:
Sponsored by: INM Approval date by committee: 20070111
Revision (# and date): 20070111 Date submitted:
Editor/Author: Rene Spronk  
PROPOSALNAME: QueryRequestLimit vocabulary  

Stewards Position

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TC RECOMMENDATION APPROVAL STATUS AFFECTED ENTITIES OF INTEREST TO TC
(responsibility level: S=Steward; I=Interested)
INM Approved S

Issue

The QueryRequestLimit vocabulary (to qoute the existing definition) defines the units associated with the magnitude of the maximum size limit of a query response that can be accepted by the requesting application.

The vocabulary has no values. This proposal adds 1 value: Record.

Recommendation(s)

See Vocabulary Recommendation(s) below.

RIM Recommendation(s)

  • None.

Vocabulary Recommendation(s)

  • Add the "Record" concept to the exiting QueryRequestLimit vocabulary, with code RD and description hits (number of focal classes). The document header class is the focal class of a document, a record would therefore be equal to a document..

Rationale

  • The corresponding HL7 v2 table 00126 has four values: Characters, Lines, Pages, Records. Characters/Lines and Pages are ITS dependent and hence can't be used in v3.

Recommended Action Items

  • Implement the proposed solution

Discussion

20060915, INM:

  • Add "Record" (unanymous)
  • Bytes is tricky, because of ITS dependent sizes. Is this a contract issue, or a run time issue? Courtesy request? Strawvote: 1-15-3

Resolution

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