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Preface

Notes to Readers

This is a work in progress draft, and far from complete

Acknowledgements

This will carry forwards in part from the XML ITS R1

Changes from Previous Release

This section documents the differences between this specification and XML ITS Structures R1

  • This specification includes a definition of normative schemas and UML representations for the set of valid instances for a message.

Prerequisites, Assumptions and Conventions

It is a prerequisite that readers have a general knowledge of XML technology. Readers unfamiliar with XML may gain the requisite knowledge from the following W3C standards:

   * [[ http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-xml11-20040204/ |XML 1.1]]
   * [[ http://www.w3.org/XML/Schema | XML Schema]]
   * [[ http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-xml-names/ | XML namespace]]

It is assumed that the reader is familiar with HL7 version 3 terminology - especially those related to message definition (HL7 information model terminology, Message Instances, Message Types, Interactions, CMETs, wrappers, etc.). For more information on these, refer to the V3 Guide.

It is also assumed that the reader has a working understanding of UML (Unified Modelling Language).

Known Issues and Planned Changes

This could start quite big

Overview

Introduction and Scope

This document describes how HL7 V3 compliant messages can be expressed using XML. It describes how the definition of the set of valid XML instance documents is derived from a specific HL7 Message Type. It covers ISO levels 5 and 6. Those familiar with V2 might call these the "XML encoding rules" for HL7 Version 3 messages. It also defines a standard way to use W3C XML Schema and UML to describe these instances in a way that is human and machine readable.

Serialisation of HL7 Classes to XML

HL7 Class

HL7 Choice structures

HL7 attribute

HL7 model boundary

Reshaping of RIM based Models

Abstract Serialisation Model

Informal Extensions

Backwards and Forwards Compatability

The use of schema processors

Glossary entries

The entries here are words or phrases that are used inthis document and need to be defined in the Glossary.

  • Serialisation
  • Serialisation Model
  • Static Model
  • RIM based Model