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Gloss
tconcept
enumeration represents a value that can be applied to the glossary-ref. caseSignificanceId
Gloss
Description
PreSpacefalse
tdescription
.
Specref
RefTypefield
tcaseSignificanceId
field. This is used to indicate whether the text of the term can be modified to by switching characters from upper to lower case (or vice-versa).

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Idcasesig
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Gloss
tconcept
enumeration.

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Idcasesig
Case significance (core metadata concept) (900000000000447004)

Id

Term

Comment

scg-expression

Concept

ShowParts

t

id
900000000000017005|Entire

term

case

sensitive

(core

metadata

concept)|

scg-expression

Concept

ShowParts

t

term

900000000000017005|Entire

term

case

sensitive

(core

metadata

concept)|

The text of the

glossary-ref

Gloss

Description

PreSpacefalse
tdescription
.term must be presented in the case in which it is specified.

scg-expression

Concept

ShowParts

t

id

900000000000020002|Only

initial

character

case

insensitive

(core

metadata

concept)|

scg-expression

Concept

ShowParts

t

term

900000000000020002|Only

initial

character

case

insensitive

(core

metadata

concept)|

The initial character of the

glossary-ref

Gloss

Description

PreSpacefalse
tdescription
.term is case insensitive and can be changed from upper to lower case (or vice-versa) if appropriate to the context in which it is used. This applies only to the first character of the term as a whole, not to the initial character of other words in the term.

scg-expression

Concept
ShowParts
t
id
900000000000448009|Entire
term
case
insensitive
(core
metadata
concept)|
scg-expression

Concept
ShowParts
t
term
900000000000448009|Entire
term
case
insensitive
(core
metadata
concept)|

The entire

glossary-ref

Gloss

Description

PreSpacefalse
tdescription
.term is case insensitive and can be can be changed from upper to lower case (or vice-versa) if appropriate to the context in which it is used.