Table of Contents

 1     Scope          
 2     References               
 3     Definitions 
        3.1     Terms defined elsewhere        
        3.2     Terms defined in this Recommendation            
 4     Abbreviations and acronyms             
 5     Conventions             
 6     Overview of a web services-based management framework             
 7     Principles for service-oriented WSDL-based interface design             
 8     Definition of a generic managed object using XML schema  
        8.1     Web-service role in management interfaces   
        8.2     Definition of managed objects using XML schema        
 9     Accessing methods for managed objects     
10     Inheritance of managed objects and interface operations  
       10.1     Attributes inheritance of managed objects     
       10.2     Considerations for the inheritance of interface operation        
11     Information modelling guidelines for web services-based interfaces             
       11.1     namespace   
       11.2     complexType               
       11.3     attribute         
       11.4     request           
       11.5     response        
       11.6     notification    
       11.7     Name conventions for MOCs, packages, attributes and data types      
12     Style idioms for XML schema specifications               
       12.1     Data model using XML schema             
       12.2     XML schema design considerations    
       12.3     Recommendations for schema developers     
       12.4     Guidelines for schema extensions      
13     Compliance and conformance         
       13.1     Standards document compliance        
       13.2     System conformance
       13.3     Conformance statement guidelines   
Annex A – Common WSDL and XML schema definitions    
        A.1     XML schema definitions for common data types and a generic managed object             
        A.2     WSDL and XML schema definition for common object accessing methods        
Appendix I – Overview of web service technology and application scenarios in network management interfaces    
        I.1     Characteristics of web service technology         
        I.2     Suitable and unsuitable application scenarios of web services in network management