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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Applied
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: ODF 1.2 Part 1 CD 4
    • Fix Version/s: ODF 1.2 Part 1 CD 5
    • Component/s: Metadata
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      If I understand correctly, the <text:meta-field> is meant to do the following:

      "The <text:meta-field> element acts as a wrapper for content generated by the implementation, based upon existing metadata. This metadata may be stored in a separate RDF/XML metadata file (see also section 4 and ODF 1.2 part 3)"

      "The <text:meta-field> element shall have an xml:id attribute, that shall be used to attach (link) the metadata used to generate the content to this <text:meta-field> element"

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      If I understand correctly, the <text:meta-field> is meant to do the following: "The <text:meta-field> element acts as a wrapper for content generated by the implementation, based upon existing metadata. This metadata may be stored in a separate RDF/XML metadata file (see also section 4 and ODF 1.2 part 3)" "The <text:meta-field> element shall have an xml:id attribute, that shall be used to attach (link) the metadata used to generate the content to this <text:meta-field> element"
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      Adapt description to:

      The <text:meta-field> element acts as a wrapper for content generated by the implementation, based upon existing metadata. This metadata may be stored in a separate RDF/XML metadata file (see also section 4 and ODF 1.2 part 3)

      The <text:meta-field> element shall have an xml:id attribute, that shall be used to attach (link) the metadata used to generate the content to this <text:meta-field> element

      The <text:meta-field> element may contain any paragraph content, including another <text:meta-field> element.

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      Adapt description to: The <text:meta-field> element acts as a wrapper for content generated by the implementation, based upon existing metadata. This metadata may be stored in a separate RDF/XML metadata file (see also section 4 and ODF 1.2 part 3) The <text:meta-field> element shall have an xml:id attribute, that shall be used to attach (link) the metadata used to generate the content to this <text:meta-field> element The <text:meta-field> element may contain any paragraph content, including another <text:meta-field> element.

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      I was bit puzzled by the description of the <text:meta-field>, so I had to peak to Svante's ODF Metadata examples to understand what it is supposed to do (it wasn't clear if the content is directly "typed in" by the user, where the metadata is stored)

      "If content is created based on metadata, the content is inserted as part of a <text:meta-field> element."
      "The <text:meta-field> element shall have an xml:id attribute for the attachment of the metadata which was used to create the field content."

      There also this note under 4.2.1

      "Note: Content can be generated from metadata associated with a <text:meta-field> element. See 7.5.19."

      This content seems to be (semi) auto-generated by the implementation, with the text:meta-field merely acting as a container.

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            • Assignee:
              Patrick Patrick Durusau
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              bart.hanssens Bart Hanssens (Inactive)
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