This standard Object Node is the browse entry point for ObjectType Nodes that represent Interfaces. Figure 7A illustrates the structure beneath this Node showing some of the standard ObjectTypes defined in clause 6. Only Organizes References are used to relate Objects and Interfaces to the “InterfaceTypes” standard Object. The “InterfacesTypes” Object shall not reference any other NodeClasses.
Figure 7 A – InterfaceTypes Organization
The intention of the “InterfaceTypes” Object is that all Interfaces of the Server are either directly or indirectly accessible browsing HierarchicalReferences starting from this Node. However, this is not required and Servers might not provide some of their Interfaces because they may be well-known in the industry.
The “InterfaceTypes” Object is formally defined in Table 87A.
Table 87 A – InterfaceTypes Definition
|HasTypeDefinition||ObjectType||FolderType||Defined in 6.6|
|Organizes||ObjectType||BaseInterfaceType||Defined in 6.9|
Add the following to Table 100 in Clause 11.3 (NonHierarchicalReferences):
An additional subtype entry for HasInterface is required:
|HasSubtype|ReferenceType|HasInterface|Defined in 11.20| |—|—|—|—|
Add the following to Table 104 in Clause 11.7 (HasComponent):
An additional subtype entry for HasAddIn is required:
|HasSubtype|ReferenceType|HasAddIn|Defined in 11.21| |—|—|—|—|
Add the following as Clause 11.20: