Metanorma IEC document attributes

Note

Below are listed document attributes that are unique to Metanorma’s processing of IEC documents.

Generally, document attributes for ISO also apply: refer to Metanorma-ISO document attributes for a detailed listing of attributes it shares with IEC.

For common document attributes, see Document attributes reference in general Metanorma author’s documentation. That page describes attributes that apply to all Metanorma flavors, not just IEC.

For an introduction to AsciiDoc document attributes and how Metanorma uses them, see the corresponding topic.

Note
Document requirements stated in ISO/IEC Directives, Part 2:2018 (IEC version (PDF link), ISO version (HTML link)) apply equally to ISO and IEC deliverables.

Parts and subparts

:partnumber:

{part} or {part}-{subpart}

IEC documents can have both parts and subparts, unlike ISO documents which only supports parts.

Both {part} and {subpart} only accept numerals.

Document relations

Translated from

translated-from

document identifier that the current document is a translation of.

IEC documents can be translated by IEC-CO and tagged with the translated-from attribute. This is used to derive the correct status code.

See general Metanorma document attributes for more information.

Document type

:doctype:

type of document.

The permitted types are:

  • international-standard

  • technical-specification

  • technical-report,

  • publicly-available-specification

  • guide

  • interpretation-sheet.

Unlike ISO, IEC does not have international-workshop-agreement, and does have interpretation-sheet.

Project stage and substage of document

General

The project stage and substage can be entered in two ways shown below.

Not all IEC codes are represented — those that are not are set by the IEC-CO (IEC Central Office) rather than authors, or do not correspond to standards documents but to other parts of the process (compilation of comments, reports on votes, translation, etc.), are not represented here.

The following codes are ignored:

  • PCC, PRVC, PRVDISH, PRVD, PRVDPAS, PRVDTR, PRVDTS, PRVN

  • preDISH, prePNW, preCDPAS, preCD, preDTR

  • DECDISH, DECFDIS, DECPUB

  • TCDV, TDISH, TDTR, TDTS, TFDIS, TPUB

  • RPUB

  • DEL

  • MERGED, DREJ

  • ADISSB, APUBSB

Via ISO International Harmonized Stage Codes

:docstage:

project stage code of document

:docsubstage:

project substage code of document

The codes in the first entry form are drawn from the ISO International Harmonized Stage Codes.

The mapping to IEC stage codes is taken from ISO/IEC DIR 1:2019 + IEC SUP:2019, Annex SH, updated against the current discussion of stage codes in IEC Processes & Procedures — Stage Codes and IEC Processes & Procedures — Workflow.

The following codes are supported:

ISO Stage ISO Substage IEC code Definition Document Types

00

00

PWI

Preliminary work item

IS, TS, TR

10

00

PNW

New work item proposal

IS, TS

20

00

ANW

Registration of new project

20

98

CAN

Draft cancelled

IS, TS, TR, PAS, ISH

20

99

ACD

Approved for CD

IS, TS, TR

30

20

CD

Draft circulated as CD

IS, TS, TR

30

92

BWG

Return to drafting phase or redefine project

30

99

A2CD

Register for next applicable phase

35

20

2CD …​ 9CD

Circulation for comment

35

91

CDM

CD to be discussed at meeting

IS, TS, TR

35

92

A3CD …​ A9CD

Return to drafting phase

35

99

ACDV

Approved for CDV

IS, TS, TR

40

20

CCDV

Draft circulated as CDV

IS

40

91

CDVM

Rejected CDV to be discussed at a meeting

IS

40

92

NCDV

CDV rejected

IS

40

93

NADIS

Repeat enquiry

40

99

ADIS

Register for next applicable phase

40

99

ADTR

Approved for DTR

TR

40

99

ADTS

Approved for DTS

TS

50

00

RDISH

DISH received and registered

ISH

50

00

RFDIS

Registration for formal approval

50

20

CDISH

Draft circulated as DISH

ISH

50

20

CDPAS

Draft circulated as DPAS

PAS

50

20

CDTR

Draft circulated as DTR

TR

50

20

CDTS

Draft circulated as DTS

TS

50

20

CFDIS

Circulation for formal approval

IS

50

92

DTRM

Rejected DTR to be discussed at meeting

TR

50

92

DTSM

Rejected DTS to be discussed at meeting

TS

50

92

NDTR

DTR rejected

TR: Displayed as DTRM

50

92

NDTS

DTS rejected

TS: Displayed as DTSM

50

92

NFDIS

Return to drafting phase

50

99

APUB

Approved for publication

IS, TS, TR, PAS, ISH

60

00

BPUB

Being published

IS, TS, TR, PAS, ISH

60

60

PPUB

Publication issued

IS, TS, TR, PAS, ISH

90

92

RR

Review report

92

20

AMW

Document under revision

95

99

WPUB

Publication withdrawn

IS, TS, TR, PAS, ISH

99

60

DELPUB

Deleted publication

IS, TS, TR, PAS, ISH

Via project stage abbreviation

:stage

project stage abbreviation

An IEC project stage abbreviation code entered under :stage: will be recognised, and broken down into the corresponding ISO harmonized stage and substage codes shown in the table automatically.

For example, :stage: ACD is equivalent to setting :docstage: 20 and :docsubstage: 99.

In the case of A2CD…​ A9CD and 2CD…​ 9CD, the numeral value of the :iteration: attribute will also be set accordingly.

For example, :stage: 8CD is equivalent to setting :docstage: 35, :docsubstage: 20 and :iteration: 8.