“I would like to thank all the National Bodies and OMG Revision Task Force members for their efforts.”
“OMG has been working cooperatively with experts from the JTC1 for a number of years and has had PAS Submitter status since 1998. Making this new group of seven fundamental OMG platform specifications available as Full ISO/IEC International standards gives them full status for being referenced by other National and International Standards,” commented Tom Rutt, Fujitsu, and OMG Liaison Steering Committee Chair. “I would like to thank all the National Bodies and OMG Revision Task Force members for their efforts.”
The newly published standards that can now be purchased from ISO/IEC include:
- ISO/IEC 19507:2012 (OCL 2.3.1)
- ISO/IEC 19506:2012 (ADM/KDM 1.3)
- ISO/IEC 19505-1:2012 (UML 2.4.1 Infrastructure)
- ISO/IEC 19505-2:2012 (UML 2.4.1 Superstructure)
- ISO/IEC 19501-1:2012 (CORBA 3.1.1 Interfaces)
- ISO/IEC 19500-2:2012 (CORBA 3.1.1 Interoperability)
- ISO/IEC 19500-3:2012 (CORBA 3.1.1 Components)
These ISO published versions correspond exactly (except for the Cover page, forwards and Introductions) to the following OMG Formal specifications, which are available without charge to the general public:
For the full list of OMG specifications published by ISO, visit http://www.omg.org/spec/index.htm#ISO.
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