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  2. JDF-598

Define preferred partition method for complete sets of part values

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      6.1.3.3 Multiple Part Elements in One Resource
      A ResourceSet MAY contain one or more Resource elements that MAY respectively contain zero or more Part elements.
      Each Resource represents one entity, regardless of the number of Part elements. If a Resource contains more than one
      Part element, this Resource is applicable to any of the contained Part elements. For instance a set of plates for a versioned
      CMYK sheet with black change for English and French versions could have 5 plates. The Cyan, Magenta and Yellow would
      each contain 2 Part elements with both English and French whereas the two individual Resource elements for the Black
      plates would contain the respective individual @PartVersion.

      What we don't talk about is: which is the preferred method:
      Implicit, incompete
      <Resource>
      <Part SheetName="S1">
      <Resource>

      or explicit, complete
      <Resource>
      <Part SheetName="S1" Side="Front">
      <Part SheetName="S1" Side="Back">
      <Resource>

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        6.1.3 Part
        ...
        Note: The attributes of Part are also referred to as <glossary ref> ‘partition keys’</glossary ref> .

        6.1.3.3 Multiple Part Elements in One Resource
        A ResourceSet MAY contain one or more Resource elements that MAY respectively contain zero or more Part elements.
        Each Resource represents one entity, regardless of the number of Part elements. If a Resource contains more than one
        Part element, this Resource is applicable to any of the contained Part elements. For instance a set of plates for a versioned
        CMYK sheet with black change for English and French versions could have 5 plates. The Cyan, Magenta and Yellow would
        each contain 2 Part elements with both English and French whereas the two individual Resource elements for the Black
        plates would contain the respective individual @PartVersion.
        The Part elements SHOULD be as sparsely defined as possible.
        Example: A sheet typically has both a front and a back side. If a partition applies to the entire sheet, the resource SHOULD be specified as:
        <Resource>
        <Part SheetName="Sheet1"/>
        </Resource>
        and not as:
        <Resource>
        <Part SheetName="Sheet1" Side="Front"/>
        <Part SheetName="Sheet1" Side="Back"/>
        </Resource>

         

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                prosi Rainer Prosi
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