<suppl-type> Supplement Type
For documents which are supplements to a standard, this element names the kind of alteration or addition that is represented by this supplement.
This element is only applicable to supplements; standards documents that are not supplements should not use this element.
This element, as currently used in ISO-related documents, is expected to have the following content:
- “amd” (Amendment)
- “cor” (Technical Corrigendum)
- “add” (Addendum). Some published ISO Addenda are still valid. But ISO and some ISO-related standards organizations no longer publish Addenda, so the “add” will be uncommon.
Models and Context
Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more
<!ELEMENT suppl-type (#PCDATA %suppl-type-elements;)* >
Expanded Content Model
Supplement metadata in <std-ident>
... <std-ident> <originator>CEN</originator> <doc-type>EN</doc-type> <doc-number>3951</doc-number> <part-number>2</part-number> <edition>1</edition> <version>1</version> <suppl-type>1</suppl-type> <suppl-number>1</suppl-number> <suppl-version>2</suppl-version> </std-ident> ...