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  1. OASIS OSLC Lifecycle Integration Core (OSLC Core) TC
  2. OSLCCORE-60

Clarify role of language-specific literals

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    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
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      Add the following text to the end of section "oslc:occurs Property":

      For strings and language-tagged strings, single-valued means there is at most one value for any given language tag, and at most one untagged value.

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      Add the following text to the end of section "oslc:occurs Property": For strings and language-tagged strings, single-valued means there is at most one value for any given language tag, and at most one untagged value.
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      Added this paragraph to the oslc:occurs Property section: For strings and language-tagged strings, single-valued means there is at most one value for any given language tag, and at most one untagged value".

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      Added this paragraph to the oslc:occurs Property section: For strings and language-tagged strings, single-valued means there is at most one value for any given language tag, and at most one untagged value".

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      When we indicate cardinality of 1 ("exactly one") in a shape, what does this mean from the point of view of language-tagged-strings? For example,

      :r1 a oslc:Requirement;
      dcterms:title "my colourful requirement",
      "my colourful requirement"@en-GB,
      "my colorful requirement"@en-US,
      "sorry, don't speak french"@fr.

      May also be differences from RDF 1.0 to RDF 1.1 in this area.

      Where dcterms:title has cardinality 1 on a Requirement. Do we mean "cardinality modulo language tagging"?

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              jamsden James Amsden
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              igreen ian green [X] (Inactive)
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