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A Control Act (in a generic sense) is a xxxxxx
 
A Control Act (in a generic sense) is a xxxxxx
  
There are two use cases for Control Acts:
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The following use cases for Control Acts are known to exist:
 
#The [[Trigger Event Control Act Wrapper]], a Control Act used to convey details of the [[Trigger Event]] which caused the [[Interaction]] to be sent.
 
#The [[Trigger Event Control Act Wrapper]], a Control Act used to convey details of the [[Trigger Event]] which caused the [[Interaction]] to be sent.
#A Control Act contained in the [[Domain Payload]] to convey change tracking information (historic trigger events) related to an [[Act]].
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#A Control Act contained in the [[Domain Payload]] to convey change tracking information (historic trigger events) related to an [[Act]]. These control acts are used as references to triggers that have happened related to the focal act at an earlier point in time. All of them will be in [[Event Mood]].
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#A Control Act contained in the [[Domain Payload]] (or possibly [[Trigger Event Control Act Wrapper]]) to reference "a trigger event has not happened yet" (i.e. in [[RQO Mood]]). The underlying use-cases still have to be discussed.

Revision as of 04:53, 28 November 2005

A Control Act (in a generic sense) is a xxxxxx

The following use cases for Control Acts are known to exist:

  1. The Trigger Event Control Act Wrapper, a Control Act used to convey details of the Trigger Event which caused the Interaction to be sent.
  2. A Control Act contained in the Domain Payload to convey change tracking information (historic trigger events) related to an Act. These control acts are used as references to triggers that have happened related to the focal act at an earlier point in time. All of them will be in Event Mood.
  3. A Control Act contained in the Domain Payload (or possibly Trigger Event Control Act Wrapper) to reference "a trigger event has not happened yet" (i.e. in RQO Mood). The underlying use-cases still have to be discussed.