Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of ISO15926Primer_GettingStarted_Encapsulate

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  • ISO15926Primer_GettingStarted_Encapsulate

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    33= Encapsulate an Application = 
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     5The '''ISO 15926 Primer''' has been replaced with '''An Introduction to ISO 15926''', a free download from Fiatech. 
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    7 In this example, information flow between the applications is already automated by means of custom database maps.  But you would like to be able to modify one of the applications without disrupting the entire landscape of applications.  One way to do this is to map the output of upstream applications, and the input of the target application to ISO 15926-4.   
     7This page is out of date and has been deprecated. 
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    9 [[Image(GettingStarted_Encapsulate01.JPG, 400px)]] 
     9If you reached this page from a link in another web page please inform the webmaster. 
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    11 '''Figure 1 - Hard-Coded Custom Maps''' 
     11For a peek at the new book and instructions on how to download a copy please follow this link. 
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    13 This is called ''Encapsulating.'' The application using the 15926-4 dictionary.  After you do this, the application can be modified, or changed out entirely, as long as the inputs are still mapped to 15926-4 
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    16 [[Image(GettingStarted_Encapsulate02.JPG, 400px)]] 
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    18 '''Figure 2 - Encapsulate an Application''' 
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    20 === Next === 
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    22    * [wiki:ISO15926Primer_GettingStarted_Decouple Primer: Decouple an Application from a Confederation of Applications] 
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     13  * [wiki:ISO15926Primer An Introduction to ISO 15926] 
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