Title: Instructions on how to use the DCC schema to create a digital calibration certificate for weights : Expert Report DKD-E 7-2
Authors: Members of the Technical Committee Mass and Weighing Instruments of the DKD, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB), ISNI: 0000-0002-1140-5252
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Resource Type: Text / Technical Requirement
Publisher: Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)
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Dates: Available: 2022-04-22
Created: 2022-04
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Keywords: DKD Expert Report ; DCC ; digital calibration certificate ; mass ; weight ; XSD ; SI
Abstract: Advancing digitalisation does also affect the field of calibration. In view of this development and responding to the needs of industry, the digital calibration certificate (DCC) has been developed. The DCC is an XSD schema file that serves as a kind of template for digital calibration certificates for all measurands in XML format. Its implementation therefore requires further, subject-related specifications. To examine potential applications for the mass calibration of weights and weight sets and to determine the related specifications, the DKD Technical Committee Mass and Weighing Instruments has set up a group of experts who have created the present document. This document describes the contents of the digital calibration certificate for mass calibrations of weights and weight sets. The present document refers to version 3.0.0 of the DCC scheme. For implementation, it is recommended to refer to the latest version of the scheme, currently version 3.1.2. This version is completely downward compatible and allows, among other things, improved indication of references. Given the continuous changes in the field of digital certificates, this report can only reflect the current state of discussions - something to be taken into account in any kind of evaluation or referencing. These changes may refer to changes in the schema file or to higher-level specifications such as coordinated refType attributes. The validity of the remaining regulations remains unaffected.
Two xml files are attached to the expert report as examples.
Citation: Expert report DKD-E 7-2 Instructions on how to use the DCC schema to create a digital calibration certificate for weights, Edition 04/2022, Revision 0, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig and Berlin. DOI: 10.7795/550.20220419B