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This page contains MoReq2 itself.

There are four main components (specification, metadata model, testing framework, and xml schema), plus a change log.

The specification and metadata model are available in a variety of formats.  All components are the current versions, in English.  For translations in other languages, please refer to the DLM Forum website.

For leaflets introducing MoReq2, see the Leaflets page (the leaflets are in 22 languages).

For reconciliations or mappings that compare MoReq2 to other specifications see our Reconciliations page.

 

MoReq2 xml Schema

The MoReq2 xml schema.  Consists of text and .xsd files.

This is version 1.04.01, the version issued in September 2008.

Most users of MoReq2 will not need this.  You only need this if you are involved in software development.

Download the MoReq2 xml Schema (44 KB)


MoReq2 Test Framework

The MoReq2 Testing Framework.  All the documentation you need to test an electronic records management system for MoReq2 compliance: test data, test conditions, expected results.  The documentation consists of PDF documents.

This is version 1.0, the version issued in April 2008.

Most users of MoReq2 will not need this.  You only need this if you are involved in compliance testing.

Download the MoReq2 Test Framework (8113 KB)

 

MoReq2 Metadata Model (Microsoft Word 1997-2003 format)

The MoReq2 metadata model (also known as Appendix 9), in editable format (Microsoft Word 1997-2003).

This is version 1.04, the version issued in September 2008.

Most users of MoReq2 will not need this.  You only need this if you are involved with the technical details of interfaces.  Use this version if you cannot use Microsoft Word 2007 format.

Download MoReq2 Metadata Model (2066 KB)

 

MoReq2 Metadata Model (Microsoft Word 2007 format)

The MoReq2 metadata model (also known as Appendix 9), in editable format (Microsoft Word 2007).

This is version 1.04, the version issued in September 2008.

Most users of MoReq2 will not need this.  You only need this if you are involved with the technical details of interfaces.  If you cannot use this format, try the Microsoft Word 1997-2003 format (below) instead.

Download MoReq2 Metadata Model (255 KB)

 

MoReq2 Specification (PDF)

The MoReq2 specification, professionally typeset, in non-editable format (PDF).

This is version 1.04, the version issued in September 2008.

Use this version if you want to read MoReq2 in paper form.  A printed and bound copy can be ordered from the EU Bookshop (choose a langauge then search for "MoReq2").

Download MoReq2 Specification (2561 KB)

 

MoReq2 Specification (Microsoft Word 1997-2003 format)

The MoReq2 specification, in editable format (Microsoft Word 1997-2003).

This is version 1.04, the version issued in September 2008.

Use this version if you cannot use Microsoft Word 2007 format.

Download MoReq2 Specification (3213 KB)

 

MoReq2 Specification (Microsoft Word 2007 format)

The MoReq2 specification, in editable format (Microsoft Word 2007).

This is version 1.04, the version issued in September 2008.

This is the version that most users will need.  It is editable so that you can customise it.  If you cannot use this format, try the Microsoft Word 1997-2003 format (below) instead.

Download MoReq2 Specification (811 KB)

 

 

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