JTC 1/SC 32

Data Management and Interchange

Revision October 2020

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32, titled “Data Management and Interchange”, is responsible for a number of projects related to data management and data interchange. These can be grouped loosely into projects related to electronic data interchange, projects related to metadata management, and projects related to data management.

Scope:

Standards for data management within and among local and distributed information systems environments. SC 32 provides enabling technologies to promote harmonization of data management facilities across sector-specific areas. Specifically, SC 32 standards include:

  1. reference models and frameworks for the coordination of existing and emerging standards;
  2. definition of data domains, data types and data structures, and their associated semantics;
  3. languages, services and protocols for persistent storage, concurrent access, concurrent update and interchange of data;
  4. methods, languages, services and protocols to structure, organize and register metadata and other information resources associated with sharing and interoperability, including electronic commerce.

Historical Background

In 1960, ISO (International Organization for Standardization) created ISO Technical Committee 97 in response to the creation by ANSI (American National Standards Institute) of Accredited Standards Committee X3 to address standardization requirements in the areas of computers and information processing. As part of a reorganization of TC 97 in 1984, a new Subcommittee 5 was established to develop standards for Programming Languages. A handful of projects related to data and metadata management were established in a new Working Group 3 of TC 97/SC 5.

In 1987, ISO TC 97 merged with IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) TC 82 to reduce the likelihood of different and possibly incompatible standards emerging in the field of information technology. The merged organization became ISO/IEC Joint Technical Committee 1. JTC 1 established a number of subcommittees, one of which (SC 21) became responsible for standards related to Open Systems Interconnection (OSI); among those were standards in the areas of Information and Communications Technology. The former TC 97/SC 5/WG 3 was incorporated into JTC 1/SC 21 as its WG 3.  Projects on which JTC 1/SC 21/WG 3 worked included standards related to a Reference Model of Data Management, Information Resource Dictionary Systems, Database Language SQL, and Remote Database Access.

By 1997, it had become apparent that OSI would not be the networking system adopted by the computer and communications community — that role had been taken by the standards that became the Internet, driven primarily by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), commonly (if incompletely) known as TCP/IP.

Consequently, a decision was made to disband ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 21 and allocate most of its work to other JTC 1 subcommittees, creating new subcommittees as necessary. One of the new subcommittees created was known as SC 32, with the provisional title “Data Management Services”. SC 32 was created from projects formerly belonging to JTC 1/SC 21 (specifically, JTC 1/SC 21/WG 3), projects formerly belonging to JTC 1/SC 30/WG 1 (OpenEDI), and projects formerly belonging to JTC 1/SC 14/WG 4 (Data Engineering).

An SC 32 organizational meeting held in Paris, FRA, on 14 October 1997 considered a paper numbered JTC 1/SC 32/N0005 (a/k/a JTC 1/SC 21 N11146), “Proposals for the new JTC 1/SC 32”. Among other things, this organizational meeting scheduled a second meeting — which ended up incorporating the first Plenary of the new SC 32 — to be held in or near Washington, DC, USA in March, 1998. (That meeting was actually held on 23 – 25 February, 1998, at the facilities of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, or NIST, in Gaithersburg, MD, USA.)

Officers

  1. SC 32 N0026 documented that the acting SC 32 Secretariat was provided by Marissa Topping (ANSI) and the first (acting) Chair was Joel Urman (IBM), New Jersey.
  2. At the second Plenary (7–11 July, 1998, Brisbane, AUS), Bruce Bargmeyer (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) was appointed Chair and Doug Mann (Battelle) was appointed Secretariat.
  3. At the twelfth Plenary (9–20 July, 2007, New York, NY, USA), Tim Schoechle (Farance Inc.) succeeded Doug Mann as Secretariat.
  4. At the sixteenth Plenary (9–20 May, 2011, Kona, HI, USA), Jim Melton (Oracle) succeeded Bruce Bargmeyer as Chair.
  5. At the twentieth Plenary (11–22 May, 2015, Glasgow, Scotland, GBR), Lisa Rajchel (ANSI) acted as Secretariat after Tim Schoechle’s resignation.
  6. At the twenty-first Plenary (6–17 June, 2016, Memphis, TN, USA), Michaela Miller (ANSI) became Secretariat.
  7. On 1 January 2019, Bill Ash became Committee Manager (formerly called “Secretariat”).

Working Groups

The initial structure was determined during the February 1998 meeting to comprise five WGs: OpenEDI, Metadata, Database Languages, SQL Multimedia and Application Packages, and Remote Database Access.

Working Group 1 — Open-edi (Current)

Conveners:

  • Hannu Pelkonen (FIN), 1998-07-11 – 2007-07-20
  • Paul Levine (USA), 2007-07-20 – 2008-05-30 [acting]
  • Sun, Wenfeng (CHN), 2008-05-30 – present

Scope:

Standardization in the field of generic information technology standards for open electronic data interchange needed to attain global interoperability among the information technology systems used by organizations. Such interoperability is viewed from both business and information technology perspectives.

Within this context the scope includes:

  1. methodology and framework for identification and modelling of business activities through business scenarios and their components, such as roles, information bundles, and semantic components;
  2. identification and specification of formal description techniques for describing classes of business requirements and their contextual and semantic specifications;
  3. identification and specification of formal description techniques for developing business scenarios and their components; identification and specification of information technology services and service interfaces for accomplishing business transactions; identification and specification of facilities to manage business scenarios and their components.

Note: Priority is on work required to support the needs of electronic commerce, electronic administration, electronic business, etc. The basis of work is the Open-edi Reference Model (ISO/IEC 14662).

Working Group 2 — Metadata (Current)

Conveners:

  • Joe Christensen (AUS), 1998-07-11 – 1999-05-29 [provisional]
  • Eliot Christian (USA), 1999-05-29 – 2000-01-28
  • Larry Fitzwater (USA), 2000-01-28 – 2009-06-26
  • Denise Warzel (USA), 2009-06-26 – present

Scope:

To develop and maintain standards that facilitate specification and management of metadata. Use of these standards will enhance the understanding and sharing of data, information and processes to support, for example, interoperability, electronic commerce and component-based development. The scope shall include:

  1. a framework for specifying and managing metadata;
  2. specification and management of data elements, structures and their associated semantics;
  3. specification and management of value domains, such as classification and code schemes;
  4. specification and management of data about processes and behavior;
  5. facilities to manage metadata, for example: data dictionaries, repositories, information resource dictionary systems, registries and glossaries;
  6. facilities to exchange metadata, including its semantics, over the Internet, intranets and other media.

Working Group 3 — Database languages (Current)

Conveners:

  • Stephen Cannan (NLD), 1998-07-11 – 2005-04-22
  • Keith Hare (USA), 2005-04-22 – present

Scope:

The terms of reference of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32/WG 3 Database languages are:

  1. To develop and maintain languages for the dynamic specification, maintenance and description of database structures and contents in multi-user environments. The specifications may include the data type, behaviour and any integrity constraints on the contents of the defined structures. The specifications may include mechanisms for the creation and generation of new data types and behaviours so as to support the specification of other international standards.
  2. To provide additional support for the integrity of database systems through transaction commitment, recovery, and security facilities.
  3. To develop and maintain languages which provide for the storage, access and manipulation of data in database structures by multiple concurrent users. These languages may be computationally complete and may contain features for the packaging and storage of modules and procedures in database structures.
  4. To provide interfaces for the languages developed to other standard programming languages.
  5. To provide interfaces or access to other standards describing data types, behaviour or database content to users of the languages developed.

Working Group 4 — SQL multimedia and application packages (Disbanded at the twenty-third plenary of SC 32)

Conveners:

  • Shibano, Kohji (JPN), 1998-07-11 – 2018-05-18

Scope:

To specify packages of abstract data types for use in various application areas. Specify each package of abstract data type definitions using the facilities for user-defined type provided in the Database Language SQL. This should include packages such as Full-Text, Spatial, Still Image, Still Graphic, Animation, Full Motion Video, Audio, Seismic, and Music.

Working Group 5 — Data Access and Interchange (Disbanded at the seventh plenary of SC 32)

Conveners:

  • John Hadjioannou (GBR), 1998-07-11 – 2002-04-10

Scope:

Standards to facilitate interworking of applications and databases that may be located on different sites. These standards relate principally to communications and management data. They are complementary to and dependent on standards for database languages

The activities include the analysis of distributed database applications and requirements, definition of system models, communication APIs and protocols for networking between client systems and one or more server systems; the systems may be on different hardware, with software from different suppliers.

Working Group 6 — Data usage (Current)

Conveners:

  • Ian Opperman (AUS), 2020-08-19 – present

Scope:

The terms of reference of ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32/WG 6 Data usage are:

  1. Serve as the focus for JTC 1’s data usage standardization program
  2. Develop standards in the area of Data Usage, including the two foundational standards on “Guidance for Data Usage” and “Terminology and Use Cases”
  3. Excluded are domain specific data usage deliverables, such as those within the scope of other JTC 1 entities
  4. Identify gaps in data usage standardization for consideration and propose potential new work for the relevant JTC 1 sub committees
  5. Identify JTC 1, ISO, IEC, and external organization entities that are developing standards and related materials that contribute to data usage, and for each entity investigate ongoing and potential new work
  6. Develop and maintain a list of existing data usage standards produced and standards development projects underway within JTC 1 sub committees

Rapporteur Group 1 (Disbanded at the eighth plenary of SC 32)

Conveners:

  • Mike Newton (GBR), 1998-07-11 – 2003-01-31

Terms of Reference:

Maintenance of ISO/IEC 10032, Reference Model of Data Management, and enhancements to it as may be required by SC 32.

Rapporteur Group 2 (Disbanded at the sixth plenary of SC 32)

Conveners:

  • Jean Bérubé (CAN), 1998-07-11 – 2001-10-26

Terms of Reference:

To develop and maintain standards that facilitate the interchange of data and metadata using stream-based media. Use of these standards will facilitate the definition of export/import services within, and the sharing of data and metadata between data management environments.

These standards do not specify a transfer mechanism, and the interchange format is environment independent.

The scope currently includes:

  1. a standardization framework for establishing Export/Import concepts, facilities, requirements, and components candidate for standardization;
  2. specification of Export/Import services for SQL-based data management environments, and IRDS-based metadata management environments;
  3. specification of a transfer format for the interchange of data between SQL-based data management environments;
  4. specification of a transfer format for the interchange of data between IRDS-based metadata management environments.

National Bodies

  1. Initial P-Members included Australia; Brazil; Canada; China; Czech Republic; Finland; France; Germany; Italy; Japan; Korea, Republic of; Norway; Sweden; United Kingdom of Great Britain and the Northern Ireland; and United States of America.
  2. P-members in late 2016 are Argentina (O); Australia; Belgium (O); Brazil; Canada; China; Czech Republic; Denmark; Egypt (O); Finland ; France (O); Germany; Ghana (O); Hungary (O); Iceland (O); Ireland (O); India; Italy ; Iran, Islamic Republic of; Japan; Kazakhstan ; Korea, Republic of; Luxemburg (O); Netherlands; Norway ; Poland (O); Romania (O); Russian Federation ; Serbia (O); Spain (O); Sweden; Switzerland (O); Turkey (O); Ukraine (O); United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; United States of America.

Liaison Organizations

Accurate on 2020-10-15.

IEC/SC 3D, Infoterm (A-liaison), ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 36, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 38, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 42, ISO/TC 12, ISO/TC 37/SC 2, ISO/TC 37/SC 3, ISO/TC 37/SC 4, ISO/TC 46/SC 4, ISO/TC 46/SC 11, ISO/TC 68, ISO/TC 68/SC 2, ISO/TC 127, ISO/TC 154, ISO/TC 184, ISO/TC 184/SC 4, ISO/TC 20/SC 16, ISO/TC 211, ISO/TC 215, ISO/TC 232, ISO/TC 290, ISO/TC 307, ISO/PC 317, UNECE (A-liaison)

Plenaries

First plenary: 25 February, 1998, NIST, Gaithersburg, MD, USA

  1. Acting Chair: Joel Urman; acting Secretary: Marissa Topping
  2. Sponsors: American National Standards Institute + National Institute of Standards and Technology
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0073; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body attendees: *Australia, *Canada, *Finland, *Japan, *Netherlands, *United Kingdom, *United States of America, possibly others
    Note: Asterisk on the country names indicates that the countries were represented at the meeting. Absence of an asterisk indicates that the country was not represented at the meeting.
  5. WGs, including Conveners: None
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: None
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Second plenary: 7-11 July 1998, Queensland University of Technology (Gardens Point Campus), Brisbane, AUS

  1. Acting Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; acting Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: Standards Australia
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0163; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body attendees: *Australia, * Brazil, *Canada, * France, *Germany, *Japan, *Korea, *Netherlands, *Norway, *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Joe Christensen (AUS) [provisional]
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. WG 5, John Hadjioannou (GBR)
    6. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR)
    7. RG 2 (Export/Import maintenance), Jean Bérubé (CAN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 1
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Third plenary: 17-29 May, 1999, Kunibiki Messe (Shimane Prefectural Industrial Interchange Center), Matsue, JPN

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: Japanese Industrial Standards Committee + Information Processing Society of Japan/Information Technology Standards Commission of Japan)
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0333; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, *Canada, *Finland, *Germany, *Korea, *Netherlands, *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Eliot Christian (USA) [first meeting]
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. WG 5, John Hadjioannou (GBR)
    6. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR)
    7. RG 2 (Export/Import maintenance), Jean Bérubé (CAN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 17
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Fourth plenary: 23-28 January, 2000, La Fonda Hotel, Santa Fe, NM, USA

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: American National Standards Institute + U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0456; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), *Finland, France, *Germany, Italy, *Japan, *Korea, *Netherlands, Norway, Russian Federation (O), Sweden (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Eliot Christian (USA) [last meeting]
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. WG 5, John Hadjioannou (GBR)
    6. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR)
    7. RG 2 (Export/Import maintenance), Jean Bérubé (CAN) [disbanded; projects to WG 5)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 6
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Fifth plenary: 2-13 October, 2000, Hotel Aurora, Helsinki, FIN

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: Finnish Standards Association and Information Technology Development Center + Computer Associates Finland Ltd., Progress Software Ltd., Edimaster Ltd.
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0547; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), *Finland, France, *Germany, Italy, *Japan, *Korea, *Netherlands, *Norway, Russian Federation (O), Sweden (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA) [first meeting]
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. WG 5, John Hadjioannou (GBR)
    6. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR)
    7. RG 2 (Export/Import maintenance), Jean Bérubé (CAN) [disbanded; projects to WG 5)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 6
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Sixth plenary: 15–26 October, 2001, Ocean Pointe Resort Hotel, Victoria, BC, CAN

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: Standards Council of Canada + IBM, Microsoft, Canaglobe International Inc., Lexmark, Swiftsure Spatial Systems, B.C. Government, Statistics Canada, Government Telecommunications and Informatics Services
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0708; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, *Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), *Finland, France, *Germany, Italy, *Japan, *Korea, *Netherlands, *Norway, Russian Federation (O), Sweden, *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. WG 5, John Hadjioannou (GBR)
    6. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 5
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Seventh plenary: 20 April – 10 May, 2002, Sheraton Walker Hill Hotel, Seoul, KOR

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: Korean Agency for Technology and Standards + Korean Standards Association, EXEM Ltd.
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0803; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), Egypt, *Finland, France, *Germany, Italy, *Japan, *Korea, *Netherlands, Norway, Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland, *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. WG 5, John Hadjioannou (GBR) [disbanded]
    6. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 0
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Eighth plenary: 20 – 31 January 2003, La Fonda Hotel, Santa Fe, NM, USA

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: American National Standards Institute + Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and Paladin Integration Engineering
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N0939; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees:
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR) [disbanded]
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 5
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Ninth plenary: 17 – 28 May, 2004, Qujiang Hotel, Xi’an, CHN

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: China National Institute of Standardization
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N1119; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), Egypt, *Finland, France, *Germany, Italy, *Japan, *Korea, *Netherlands, Norway, Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland, *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
    5. RG 1 (Reference Model for Data Management maintenance), Mike Newton (GBR)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 17
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Tenth plenary: 11 – 22 April, 2005, Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V., Berlin, DEU

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann
  2. Sponsors: Deutsches Institut für Normung + Oracle
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N1273; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), Egypt, *Finland, France, *Germany, Italy, *Japan, *Korea, *Netherlands, Norway (O), Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Stephen Cannan (NLD) [last meeting]
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 4
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Eleventh plenary: 20 – 31 March, 2006, International Conference Center Kobe, Kobe, JPN

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Doug Mann [last meeting]
  2. Sponsors: Information Processing Society of Japan/Information Technology Standards Commission Japan + OGIS-RI
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N1434; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), Egypt, *Finland, France, *Germany, Italy, *Japan, *Korea, Netherlands, Norway, Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland, *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN)
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA) [first meeting]
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 5
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Twelfth plenary: 9 – 20 July, 2007, PS/Intermediate School # 217, New York, NY, USA

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Tim Schoechle [first meeting]
  2. Sponsors: American National Standards Institute + Frank Farance, Dan Gillman, Gail Hodge
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N1604; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), Egypt, *Finland, France (O), *Germany, Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan, *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN) [last meeting]
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 7
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED
  8. Other notable item: 20th anniversary of ISO 9075, SQL.

Thirteenth plenary: 19 – 30 May, 2008, Standards Australia, Sydney, AUS

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Tim Schoechle
  2. Sponsors: Standards Australia
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N1737; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), Egypt, Finland, France (O), *Germany, Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan, *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Portugal, Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Hannu Pelkonen (FIN) [last meeting]
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 4
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Fourteenth plenary: 15 – 26 June, 2009, Jeju Shineville Luxury Resort, Jeju, KOR

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer; Secretary: Tim Schoechle
  2. Sponsors: Korean Agency for Technology and Standards
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N1887; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia, Austria (O), Belgium, Brazil, *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Denmark (O), Egypt, Finland, France (O), *Germany, Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Portugal, Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN) [first meeting]
    2. WG 2, Larry Fitzwater (USA) [last meeting]
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 9
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Fifteenth plenary: 17 – 28 May, 2010, Expo Garden Hotel, Kunming, CHN

  1. Chair: Bruce Bargmeyer [last meeting]; Secretary: Tim Schoechle
  2. Sponsors: Chinese Electronic Standardization Institute, Standards Administration of China
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2017; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: *Australia (O), Belgium (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France (O), *Germany, Ghana (O), Hungary (O), India, Indonesia (O), Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Portugal, Romania (O), Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA) [first meeting]
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 1
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Sixteenth plenary: 9 – 20 May, 2011, Royal Kona Resort, Kona, HI, USA

  1. Chair: Jim Melton [acting, first meeting]; Secretary: Tim Schoechle
  2. Sponsors: American National Standards Institute, InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standardization/Information Technology Industry Council + National Cancer Institute, Hewlett Packard, Oracle, National Cancer Institute (NCI), U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), JCC Consulting, TASC, Sybase, and DAMA-I
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2117; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: Austria (O), Belgium (O), Bosnia and Herzegovina (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France (O), *Germany, Ghana (O), Hungary (O), India, Indonesia (O), Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Portugal, Romania (O), Russian Federation, Serbia (O), Spain (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 3
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Seventeenth plenary: 2012-05-29 – -06-08, Deutsches Institut für Normung e. V., Berlin, DEU

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Tim Schoechle
  2. Sponsors: Deutsches Institut für Normung + Oracle
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2217; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: Austria (O), Belgium (O), Bosnia and Herzegovina (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France (O), *Germany, Ghana (O), Hungary (O), India, Indonesia (O), Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Poland (O), Portugal, Romania (O), Russian Federation, Serbia (O), Spain (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 8
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Eighteenth plenary: 20 – 31 May, 2013, Hotel Hyundai Gyeongju, Gyeongju, KOR

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Tim Schoechle
  2. Sponsors: Korean Agency for Technology & Standards + Korean Standards Association (KSA), Korea Database Agency (KDB), Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI), and Data Governance Forum
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2381; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: Austria (O), Belgium (O), Bosnia and Herzegovina (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France (O), *Germany, Ghana (O), Hungary (O), India, Indonesia (O), Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Poland (O), Portugal, Romania (O), Russian Federation, Serbia (O), Spain (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 8
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Nineteenth plenary: 3 – 13 June, 2014, Centrin Data Systems Ltd., Beijing, CHN

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Tim Schoechle
  2. Sponsors: Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of China, China Electronics Standardization Institute (CESI), China National Institute for Standardization + Fujian Yirong Information Technology Co. Ltd, Centrin Data Systems
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2521; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: Austria (O), Belgium (O), Bosnia and Herzegovina (O), *Canada, *China, Côte d’Ivoire, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland, France (O), *Germany, Ghana (O), Hungary (O), India, Indonesia (O), Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Poland (O), Portugal, Romania (O), Russian Federation, Serbia (O), Spain (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 2
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Twentieth plenary: 11 – 22 May, 2015, Jurys Inn, Glasgow, GBR

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Lisa Rajchel [acting]
  2. Sponsors: British Standards Institute + United Kingdom Chapter of DAMA-International
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2663; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: Australia, Austria (O), Belgium (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland (O), France (O), *Germany, Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Poland (O), Portugal (O), Romania (O), Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 10
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Twenty-First plenary: 6 – 17 June, 2016, Sheraton Memphis Downtown Hotel, Memphis, TN, USA

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Michaela Miller [first meeting]
  2. Sponsors: American National Standards Institute, InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards + JCC Consulting, Oracle, SAP® SE
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2740; ISO/IEC JTC 1 Nnnnnn
  4. National Body members and attendees: Australia, Austria (O), Belgium (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt, Finland (O), France (O), *Germany, Italy (O), *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Netherlands (O), Norway (O), Poland (O), Portugal (O), Romania (O), Russian Federation (O), Sweden, Switzerland (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 17
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Twenty-Second plenary: 19 – 23 June, 2017, Okayama Convention Center, Okayama, JPN

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Michaela Miller
  2. Sponsors: Information Technology Standards Commission of Japan, Information Processing Society of Japan
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2831; ISO/IEC JTC 1 N13471
  4. National Body members and attendees:
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 4, Shibano, Kohji (JPN)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary:
  7. SC group picture


SC 32 Plenary in Okayama, Japan, 2017

Twenty-Third plenary: 14 – 18 May, 2018, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, CAN

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Michaela Miller [last meeting]
  2. Sponsors: Standards Council of Canada, University of Toronto
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N2899; ISO/IEC JTC 1 N13748
  4. National Body members and attendees: Argentina (O), Austria (O), Belgium (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt (O), Finland (O), France (O), *Germany, Ghana (O), Hungary (O), India, Indonesia (O), Iran (O), Ireland (O), Italy, *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Luxembourg (O), Poland (O), Romania (O), Russian Federation, Serbia (O), Spain (O), Switzerland (O), Turkey (O), Ukraine (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 6
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Twenty-Fourth plenary: 10 – 14 June, 2019, Maison Glad Jeju, Jeju, KOR (planned)

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Bill Ash [first meeting]
  2. Sponsors: (none)
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N3006; ISO/IEC JTC 1 N?????
  4. National Body members and attendees: Argentina (O), Austria (O), Belgium (O), *Canada, *China, Czech Republic, Egypt (O), Finland (O), France (O), *Germany, Ghana (O), Hungary (O), India, Indonesia (O), Iran (O), Ireland (O), Italy, *Japan, Kazakhstan (O), *Korea, Luxembourg (O), Poland (O), Romania (O), Russian Federation, Serbia (O), Spain (O), Switzerland (O), Turkey (O), Ukraine (O), *United Kingdom, *United States of America (expected)
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary:2
  7. SC group picture: TO BE PROVIDED

Twenty-Fifth plenary: 4 June and 19 August 2020, Virtual

  1. Chair: Jim Melton; Secretary: Bill Ash
  2. Sponsors: (none)
  3. Pointer to Resolutions: ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 32 N3191; ISO/IEC JTC 1 N14885
  4. National Body members and attendees (marked with *): Argentina (O); *Australia; Belgium (O); Brazil; *Canada; *China; Czech Republic ; Denmark; Egypt (O); Finland; France (O); *Germany; Ghana (O); Hungary (O); Iceland (O); Ireland (O); India; *Italy; Iran, Islamic Republic of; *Japan; Kazakhstan; *Korea, Republic of; Luxemburg (O); *Netherlands; Norway; Poland (O); Romania (O); Russian Federation; Serbia (O); Spain (O); *Sweden; Switzerland (O); Turkey (O); Ukraine (O); *United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; *United States of America
  5. WGs, including Conveners
    1. WG 1, Sun, Wenfeng (CHN)
    2. WG 2, Denise Warzel (USA)
    3. WG 3, Keith Hare (USA)
    4. WG 6, Ian Oppermann (AUS) – Newly formed at this plenary
  6. Number of standards (including TRs, TSs, and Amendments) published since previous plenary: 6
  7. SC group picture: (none)

Standards and Technical Reports Published

Accurate on 2020-10-22

Number Title Status
ISO/IEC 5218:2004 Information technology — Codes for the representation of human sexes Ed. 1; Stabilized
ISO/IEC 6523-1:1998 Information technology — Structure for the identification of organizations and organization parts — Part 1: Identification of organization identification schemes Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 6523-2:1998 Information technology — Structure for the identification of organizations and organization parts — Part 2: Registration of organization identification schemes Ed. 1
ISO/TR 9007:1987 Information processing systems — Concepts and terminology for the conceptual schema and the information base Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 9075-1:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 1: Framework (SQL/Framework) Ed. 5
ISO/IEC 9075-2:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 2: Foundation (SQL/Foundation) Ed. 5
ISO/IEC 9075-3:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 3: Call-Level Interface (SQL/CLI) Ed. 5
ISO/IEC 9075-4:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 4: Persistent stored modules (SQL/PSM) Ed. 6
ISO/IEC 9075-5:1999 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 5: Host language bindings (SQL/Bindings) Ed. 1; Withdrawn
ISO/IEC 9075-9:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 9: Management of External Data (SQL/MED) Ed. 4
ISO/IEC 9075-10:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 10: Object language bindings (SQL/OLB) Ed. 4
ISO/IEC 9075-11:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 11: Information and definition schemas (SQL/Schemata) Ed. 4
ISO/IEC 9075-13:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 13: SQL Routines and types using the Java TM programming language (SQL/JRT) Ed. 4
ISO/IEC 9075-14:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 14: XML-Related Specifications (SQL/XML) Ed. 5
ISO/IEC 9075-15:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL — Part 15: Multi-dimensional arrays (SQL/MDA) Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 9579:2000 Information technology — Remote database access for SQL with security enhancement Ed. 2
ISO/IEC TR 9789:1994 Information technology — Guidelines for the organization and representation of data elements for data interchange — Coding methods and principles Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 10027:1990 Information technology — Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) framework Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 10032:2003 Information technology — Reference Model of Data Management Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 10728:1993 Information technology — Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) Services Interface Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 10728:1993/Amd 1:1995 Information technology — Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) Services Interface — Amendment 1: C language binding Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 10728:1993/Amd 2:1996 Information technology — Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) Services Interface — Amendment 2: Ada language binding Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 10728:1993/Amd 3:1995 Information technology — Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) Services Interface — Amendment 3: COBRA IDL binding Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 10728:1998/Amd 4:1995 Information technology — Information Resource Dictionary System (IRDS) Services Interface — Amendment 4: RPC IDL binding Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 11179-1:2015 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 1: Framework Ed. 3
ISO/IEC TR 11179-2:2019 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 2: Classification Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 11179-3:2013 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 3: Registry metamodel and basic attributes Ed. 3
ISO/IEC 11179-3:2013/Amd 1:2020 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 3: Registry metamodel and basic attributes — Amendment 1 Ed. 3
ISO/IEC 11179-4:2004 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 4: Formulation of data definitions Ed. 2; Stabilized
ISO/IEC 11179-5:2015 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 5: Naming principles Ed. 3
ISO/IEC 11179-6:2015 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 6: Registration Ed. 3
ISO/IEC 11179-7:2019 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 7: Metamodel for data set registration Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TS 11179-30:2019 Information technology — Metadata registries (MDR) — Part 30: Basic attributes of metadata Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 11404:2007 Information technology — General-Purpose Datatypes (GPD) Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 13238-3:1998 Information technology — Data Management — Part 3: IRDS export/import facility Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 13249-1:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL multimedia and application packages — Part 1: Framework Ed. 4
ISO/IEC 13249-2:2003 Information technology — Database languages — SQL multimedia and application packages — Part 2: Full-Text Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 13249-3:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL multimedia and application packages — Part 3: Spatial Ed. 5
ISO/IEC 13249-5:2003 Information technology — Database languages — SQL multimedia and application packages — Part 5: Still image Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 13249-6:2006 Information technology — Database languages — SQL multimedia and application packages — Part 6: Data mining Ed. 2
ISO/IEC TS 13249-7:2013 Information technology — Database languages — SQL multimedia and application packages — Part 7: History Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 14662:2010 Information technology — Open-edi reference model Ed. 3; Stabilized
ISO/IEC 14957:2010 Information technology — Representation of data element values — Notation of the format Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 15944-1:2011 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 1: Operational aspects of open-edi for implementation Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 15944-2:2015 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 2: Registration of scenarios and their components as business objects Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 15944-4:2015 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 4: Business transaction scenarios — Accounting and economic ontology Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 15944-5:2008 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 5: Identification and referencing of requirements of jurisdictional domains as sources of external constraints Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 15944-6:2015 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 6: Technical introduction to e-Business modelling Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 15944-7:2009 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 7: eBusiness vocabulary Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 15944-8:2012 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 8: Identification of privacy protection requirements as external constraints on business transactions Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 15944-9:2015 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 9: Business transaction traceability framework for commitment exchange Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 15944-10:2013 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 10: IT-enabled coded domains as semantic components in business transactions Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 15944-12:2020 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 12: Privacy protection requirements (PPR) on information life cycle management (ILCM) and EDI of personal information (PI) Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 15944-20:2015 Information technology — Business operational view — Part 20: Linking business operational view to functional service view Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-1:2011 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 1: XQuery Regular Expression Support in SQL Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-2:2015 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 2: SQL Support for Time-Related Information Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-3:2015 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 3: SQL Embedded in Programs using the Java™ programming language Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-4:2015 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 4: SQL with Routines and types using the Java™ programming language Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-5:2016 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 5: Row Pattern Recognition in SQL Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-6:2017 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 6: SQL support for JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-7:2017 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 7: Polymorphic table functions in SQL Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-8: 2019 Information technology — Database languages — SQL Technical Reports — Part 8: Multi-dimensional arrays (SQL/MDA) Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19075-9:2020 Information technology database languages — Guidance for the use of database language SQL — Part 9: Online analytic processing (OLAP) capabilities Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 19502:2005 Information technology — Meta Object Facility (MOF) Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 19503:2005 Information technology — XML Metadata Interchange (XMI) Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19583-1:2019 Information technology — Concepts and usage of metadata — Part 1: Metadata concepts Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19583-22:2018 Information technology — Concepts and usage of metadata — Part 22: Registering and mapping development processes using ISO/IEC 19763 Ed. 1
ISO/IEC TR 19583-23:2020 Information technology — Concepts and usage of metadata — Part 23: Data element exchange (DEX) for a subset of ISO/IEC 11179-3 Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 19763-1:2015 Information technology — Metamodel framework for interoperability (MFI) — Part 1: Framework Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 19763-3:2010 Information technology — Metamodel framework for interoperability (MFI) — Part 3: Metamodel for ontology registration Ed. 2
ISO/IEC 19763-5:2015 Information technology — Metamodel framework for interoperability (MFI) — Part 5: Metamodel for process model registration Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 19763-6:2015 Information technology — Metamodel framework for interoperability (MFI) — Part 6: Registry Summary Ed. 1
ISO/IEC 19763-7:2015 Information technology — Metamodel framework for interoperability (MFI) — Part 7: Metamodel for service model registration Ed. 1

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