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What are semantic constraints in railML?

In railML.org semantic constraints refer to important rules applied to the XML schemas, which are not definable in the XSD. They are solely expressed by words, semantically. Semantic constraints are as important as XSD constraints, as contempt can lead to different interpretations, ...

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Official Release railML 3.1

railML.org is proud to announce that railML3.1 is officially released after three years of development work. railML3.1 was developed completely from scratch and is the result of over 10 years of experience coordinators, stakeholder and railML.org partners gained with railML, ...

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railML Licence: Minor Changes come with railML3

The railML schemas have always been protected by a Creative Commons (CC) licence granting free usage of the schema. With the new version of railML – railML3 – the licence will be updated to the most recent CC licence version: Creative Commons Version 4.0. With this ...

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Delayed release of railML 3.1 / Updated license version

The development of railML 3.x as a completely new defined exchange format based on UIC´s RailTopoModel began in summer 2017. railML3.1 Beta1, was published on 31.10.2017. A Beta-version 1.2 was available in summer 2018, developed on the basis of the feedback on railML3.1 ...

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railML Extensions – What? Why? How?

Just in time for Christmas 2018 Jernbanedirektoratet – the Norwegian Railway Directorate – published railML2.4nor, a Norwegian extension of the established industrial standard railML. railML 2.4nor, which consists of railML2.4 and Norwegian extensions, shall serve ...

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34th railML Conference and railML3.2 Kick-off

The 34th railML conference took place on the 14th of November 2018 in Prague. As usual also this autumn conference was dedicated to the English-speaking community and thus brought together roughly 50 participants from all over Europe. railML2.4, which was released officially ...

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