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DepartureDay / ArrivalDay at first <ocpTT> of a train run [message #1791] Mon, 07 May 2018 15:29 Go to next message
Christian Rößiger is currently offline  Christian Rößiger
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Dear all,

In the last railML TT telephone conferences possible use cases were
discussed in which the departureDay / arrivalDay attribute at the first
<ocpTT> of a train run can be unequal to 0. These examples are
summarized in the following document:
https://forum.railml.org/userfiles/2018-02-26_irfp_abfahrtst ag-ungleich-0-railml2x.pdf
The contents of this document should be included in the railML-Wiki. In
the case of ambiguities or objections, please comment until 23.05.2018.


Best regards
Christian Rößiger

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Re: DepartureDay / ArrivalDay at first <ocpTT> of a train run [message #1794 is a reply to message #1791] Tue, 15 May 2018 11:26 Go to previous message
Joachim.Rubröder is currently offline  Joachim.Rubröder
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Dear Christian,

you are describing 3 special cases where a departureDay / arrivalDay attribute at the first
<ocpTT> of a train run unequal to 0 could be reasonable.

As long as this usage is limited for such special cases and is not treated as the regular case - no objections from my side.

Best regards
Joachim Rubröder

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