ISO/IEC 8825-5:2015 

Information technology - ASN.1 encoding rules: Mapping W3C XML schema definitions into ASN.1

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Abstract

ISO/IEC 8825-5:2015 specifies two Versions of a mapping from any XSD Schema into an ASN.1 schema. The ASN.1 schema for both Versions support the same semantics and validate the same set of XML documents.

ISO/IEC 8825-5:2015 specifies the final XER encoding instructions that are to be applied as part of the defined mapping to ASN.1 types, but does not specify which syntactic form is to be used for the specification of those final XER encoding instructions, or the order or manner of their assignment.

NOTE - Implementers of tools generating these mappings may choose any syntactic form or order of assignment that results in the specified final XER encoding instructions being applied. Examples in this Recommendation | International Standard generally use the type prefix form, but use of an XER Encoding Control Section may be preferred for the mapping of a complete XSD Schema, as a matter of style.

There are different ways (syntactically) of assigning XER encoding instructions for use in EXTENDED-XER encodings (for example, use of ASN.1 type prefix encoding instructions or use of an XER encoding control section). The choice of these syntactic forms is a matter of style and is outside the scope of this Recommendation | International Standard.

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Publication typeInternational Standard
Publication date2015-11-12
Edition3.0
Available language(s)English
TC/SCISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6 - Telecommunications and information exchange between systemsrss
ICS35.100.60 - Presentation layer
Pages63
File size851 KB

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