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CAN/CSA-ISO/IEC 10021-5-94 (R1999)
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This part of ISO/IEC 10021 defines the Message Store abstract- service. This abstract-service is provided by the Message Store access-protocol (specified in ISO/IEC 10021-6) in conjunction with the MTS abstract-service (defined in ISO/IEC 10021-4), together with the Remote Operations Service Element (ROSE) servic es (defined in ISO/IEC 9072-1). The abstract-syntax- notation for the application-layer protocols used in this part of ISO/IEC 10021 is defined in ISO 8824.
Other parts of ISO/IEC 10021 define other aspects of the MHS. ISO/IEC 10021-1 defines the user-oriented services provided by the MHS. ISO/IEC 10021-2 provides an architectural overview of t he MHS. ISO/IEC 10021-3 provides a description of the abstract- service definition conventions used in MHS. ISO/IEC 10021-7 defines the abstract-service for interpersonal messaging and defines the format of interpersonal-messages.
Section two of this part of ISO/IEC 10021 contains the Message Store abstract-service definition. Clause 6 describes the MS model. Clause 7 specifies the abstract-syntax-notation for the abstract-bind and the abstract-unbind-operations. Clause 8 specifies the abstract-syntax-notation for the operations of the abstract-service. Clause 9 specifies the abstract-syntax- notation for the errors of the abstract-service.
Section three of this part of ISO/IEC 10021 defines the general- attribute-types and general-auto-action-types related to the MS. Clause 10 contains an overview. Clause 11 specifies the abstract-syntax-notation for the general-attribute-types. Clause 12 specifies the abstract-syntax-notation for the general-auto- action-types.
Section four of this part of ISO/IEC 10021 describes the proc edures for Message Store and the ports realization. Clause 13 contains an overview. Clause 14 describes how the Message Store abstract-service is supplied. Clause 15 describes how the Message Transfer System abstract-service is consumed. Clause 16 describes how the MS ports are realized.
No requirement is made for conformance to this part of ISO/IEC 10021.