<std-xref>

Cross Reference to Other Standard

(In metadata) identifies another related standard (e.g. one revised, amended, or replaced by the current standard).

Remarks

The TYPE attribute is used to indicate what kind of event is being recorded.

This element is part of the ISOSTS customization of the JATS journal publishing vocabulary; it is not part of the base vocabulary.

Attribute

type Type

Model Description

The following, in order:

This element may be contained in:

<iso-meta>, <nat-meta>, <reg-meta>

Example

	  
<standard>
  <front>  
    <!-- The comments in this sample reg-meta element identify the 
         relations between the elements in the XML document and
         the relevant columns in the CEN (a regional standards body) project management systems. -->
    <reg-meta originator="CEN">
      <!-- Title of the standard  (corrsponds to PROJEXDATA WI_NSB.XML TITLE/lang) -->
      <title-wrap xml:lang='en'>
        <main>Bitumen and bituminous binders</main>
        <compl>Stabilisation of binder from bituminous emulsion or
          cut-back or fluxed bitumen after recovery</compl>
        <full>Bitumen and bituminous binders - Stabilisation of binder
          from bituminous emulsion or cut-back or fluxed bitumen after
          recovery</full>
      </title-wrap>
      <title-wrap xml:lang='fr'>
        <main>Bitumes et liants bitumineux</main>
        <compl>Stabilisation du liant d'une émulsion de bitume ou
          d'un bitume fluidifié ou fluxé après récupération</compl>
        <full>Bitumes et liants bitumineux - Stabilisation du liant
          d'une émulsion de bitume ou d'un bitume fluidifié ou fluxé
          après récupération</full>
      </title-wrap>
      <title-wrap xml:lang='de'>
        <main>Bitumen und bitumenhaltige Bindemittel</main>
        <compl>Stabilisierung von Bindemittel aus Bitumenemulsion
          oder verschnittenem oder gefluxtem Bindemittel nach
          Rückgewinnung</compl>
        <full>Bitumen und bitumenhaltige Bindemittel -
          Stabilisierung von Bindemittel aus Bitumenemulsion oder
          verschnittenem oder gefluxtem Bindemittel nach
          Rückgewinnung</full>
      </title-wrap>
      
      <doc-ident>
        <!-- the organization producing/owning the standard -->
        <sdo>CEN</sdo>
        <!-- the organizations unique project ID through which the 
              standard has been produced; in CEN this corresponds 
              to the Work item id (WIID) -->
        <proj-id>22964</proj-id>

        <!-- the language of the document, this can be an individual
             language or a coding to represent multilingual documents, e.g.
               en = monolingual
               en,fr = bilingual en and fr
               en,ru = bilingual en and ru
               en,fr,ru = trilingual en, fr and ru
        -->
        <language>en</language>
        <!-- identifier of the project development phase this document
             belongs to; in CEN this corresponds to document production
             stage, such as 'Draft for Formal vote', 'Definitive text'
             etc (corresponds to PROJEXDATA SRV_NSB.XML element
             SRVTYPE)
        -->
        <release-version>Definitive text</release-version>
        <!-- URN for this document if available -->
        <urn></urn>
      </doc-ident>

     <std-ident>
        <originator>CEN</originator>
        <!-- Type of deliverable, e.g. EN, TR, TS, CWA - corresponds
             to PROJEXDATA WI_NSB.XML element DEL)-->
        <doc-type>EN</doc-type>
        <doc-number>3951</doc-number>
        <part-number>2</part-number>
        <edition>1</edition>
        <version>1</version>
        <!-- The Category identifies the class of the standard as to
             whether it is a basic standard, a supplement to a
             standard correcting errors or ambiguities or altering or
             supplementing the agreed technical provisions of the
             basic standard, a compiled version of a basic document
             and its corrigenda or amendments.  corresponds to
             PROJEXDATA WI_NSB.XML element:
                   CAT
           1 = Main
           2 = Amendment
           3 = Corrigendum
           4 = Main + Amendment
           5 = Main + Corrigendum
        -->
        <suppl-type>1</suppl-type>
        <!-- Indication if the document is undergoing a 2nd Enquiry,
             3rd Formal vote (iteration). Only present if <> 1 -->
        <suppl-number>1</suppl-number>
        <suppl-version></suppl-version>          
      </std-ident>
    
      <!-- this identifies the languages contained in the document,
           for monolingual documents it will be the same as <language>
           for multilingual documents the element should be repeated
           for every language -->
      <content-language>en</content-language>
      <!-- Short document reference (parent document). In the case of
           an amendment or a corrigenda, the references of the amended
           or corrected standard (SHORT_REF) -->
      <std-ref type="short">EN ISO 9902-6:2001</std-ref>
      <!-- Full document reference (REF) -->
      <std-ref type="dated">EN ISO 9902-6:2001/prA1</std-ref>
      <doc-ref>EN ISO 9902-6:2001(en,fr,de)</doc-ref>
      <!-- publication date of (first version of) this standard -->
      <pub-date>2011-03-12</pub-date>     
      <!-- date of availability (DAV) - only available for Definitive 
           texts-->
      <release-date>2011-03-12</release-date>
      <!-- date of ratification (DOR) -->
      <meta-date type="ratification">2011-09-03</meta-date>     
      <!-- date of withdrawal (DOW) -->
      <meta-date type="withdrawal"></meta-date>

      <!-- Work item number (WIN) -->
      <wi-number>00189C04</wi-number>     
      <!-- responsible body (TC) - corresponds tp PROJEXDATA RESP -->
      <comm-ref>CEN/TC 275</comm-ref>
      <!-- TC secretariat (SECR)-->
      <secretariat>AFNOR</secretariat>

      <!-- ICS classification (multivalued) -->     
      <ics>67.180.10</ics>

     
      <!-- links with other standards
           Release-date is not mandatory.
           The std-ident element is also allowed within std-xref
      -->     
      <std-xref type="amends">
        <!-- MOD_REF - Reference of the amended document. Only present
             in the case of an amendment or corrigenda and equal to
             the short ref -->
        <std-ref type="dated">EN ISO 9902-6:2001</std-ref>
        <!-- MOD_DAV - DAV of the amended document -->
        <release-date>2009-03-12</release-date>
      </std-xref>
      <std-xref type="revises">
        <!-- reference(s) of revised standards - can be multiple -
             corresponds to PROJEXDATA LINKS-->
        <std-ref type="dated">EN 10155:1993</std-ref>
      </std-xref>
    </reg-meta>
  </front>
  <body>
    ...
  </body>
</standard>


	

Module

ISOSTS-iso-metadata.ent