Title: RE: [rights-examples] ln004: use case with markup for review
I got an ln001, ln004, and ln005. But ln004 refers to ln002. Did I somehow
miss ln002, ln003, and ln006? Or is the reference to ln002 supposed to be a
reference to ln001, 4, or 5?
From: DuCharme, Bob (LNG) [mailto:bob....@lexisnexis.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2002 10:01 AM
Subject: [rights-examples] ln004: use case with markup for review
No XrML sample markup is necessary. I realized that the ln004 scenario,
Rights for reproduction of the text content are governed by contract
cn234123 between the provider and LexisNexis; rights for reproduction
of the images are governed by contract cn332789.
is not something to specify in the XrML license itself, but that just as a
URI corresponding to an XrML license element's licenseId attribute can be
referenced from content (as demonstrated by ln002), a URI could be assigned
to a contract and referenced the same way. The file ln004article.xml below