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For purposes of this definition, the normative portions of the Digital Resource shall be deemed to include only architectural and interoperability requirements. Optional features in the RFC 2119 [KEYWORDS] sense are considered normative unless they are specifically identified as informative. Implementation examples or any other material that merely illustrate the requirements of the Digital Resource are informative, rather than normative.


  • Digital Resource: Refers to any digital content developed with the intent of assisting companies with implementing electronic connectivity between systems and devices within their own company, and between their company and other companies. Digital Resource includes standards, guidelines, communications tools, project-management tools, implementation tools, and requirements or proposals passed on to a Collaborating Digital Resources Body.



Key words for use in RFCs to Indicate Requirement Levels, S. Bradner. The Internet Society, March 1997. This RFC is available by FTP at


AgGateway Digital Resources-Development Process, J. Wilson, Editor. AgGateway, .


BYLAWS OF AgGateway, INC., R. Conner, Editor. AgGateway, . The latest version of this document can be downloaded in PDF form at


AgGateway (AgGateway) Policies & Procedures, R. Conner, Editor. AgGateway . The latest version of this document can be downloaded in PDF form at