IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission - ISO/IEC 10165-4:1992/AMD1:1996

Amendment 1 - Information technology -- Open Systems Interconnection -- Structure of management information -- Part 4: Guidelines for the definition of managed objects - Set by Create and Component Registration

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Organization: IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission
Publication Date: 25 July 1996
Status: published
Page Count: 2
ICS Code (Application layer): 35.100.70

Document History

Corrigendum 2 - Information technology -- Open Systems Interconnection -- Structure of management information -- Part 4: Guidelines for the definition of managed objects -
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December 20, 1998
Amendment 2 - Information technology -- Open Systems Interconnection -- Structure of management information -- Part 4: Guidelines for the definition of managed objects - Addition of the NO-MODIFY syntax element and guideline extensions
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December 20, 1998
Amendment 3 - Information technology -- Open Systems Interconnection -- Structure of management information -- Part 4: Guidelines for the definition of managed objects - Guidelines for the use of Z in formalizing the behaviour of managed objects
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December 19, 1996
Corrigendum 1 - Information technology -- Open Systems Interconnection -- Structure of management information -- Part 4: Guidelines for the definition of managed objects -
Contains minor technical amendments and additions only.
ISO/IEC 10165-4:1992/AMD1:1996
July 25, 1996
Amendment 1 - Information technology -- Open Systems Interconnection -- Structure of management information -- Part 4: Guidelines for the definition of managed objects - Set by Create and Component Registration
A description is not available for this item.
August 27, 1992
Information technology -- Open Systems Interconnection -- Structure of management information -- Part 4: Guidelines for the definition of managed objects
Specifies the relationships between the relevant OSI management Recommendations and International Standards and the definition of managed object classes, the appropriate methods to be adopted for the...
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