An <adjusting-value> can be either a numeric value or a string
of characters enclosed in double quotes ".
An <adjusting-parameter> specifies an <adjusting-value>
at one of three possible levels, according to the following
The <section-id> must be one of the following:
- Section level adjusting parameter:
- Collection level adjusting parameter:
- Field level adjusting parameter:
The collection identified by <collection-id> must be defined
within the section referred to by <section-id>. For section
CORE the only valid
<collection-id> is the term entity.
The entity field referred to by its <field-identifier> must be a
member of the collection referred to by <collection-id>.
The <parameter-id> can be any valid <identifier>.
Adjusting parameters provide a flexible tolerance mechanism for the
SoProTech[tm]. As Sisendel does not impose any semantics to the name-value
association of <adjusting-parameter> and <adjusting-value>,
the software production actions related to, and depending by,
the value of adjusting parameters are totally
submitted by Sisendel to the molding stage of the SoProTech.
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