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VA Technical Reference Model v 24.4

Java Metadata Interface (JMI)
Java Metadata Interface (JMI) Standard or Specification

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Description: The Java Metadata Interface (JMI) specification, Java Specification Request (JSR) 040, enables the implementation of a dynamic, platform-independent infrastructure to manage the creation, storage, access, discovery, and exchange of metadata. JMI is based on the Meta Object Facility (MOF) specification from the Object Management Group (OMG), an industry-endorsed standard for metadata management. The MOF standard consists of a set of basic modeling artifacts described using Unified Modeling Language (UML). Models of any kind of metadata (called metamodels) can be built up from these basic building blocks. JMI defines the standard Java interfaces to these modeling components, and thus enables platform-independent discovery and access of metadata. JMI allows for the discovery, query, access, and manipulation of metadata, either at design time or runtime. The semantics of any modeled system can be completely discovered and manipulated. JMI also provides for metamodel and metadata interchange via Extensible Markup Language (XML) by using the industry standard XML Metadata Interchange (XMI) specification.
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Decision Source: TRM Mgmt Group
Decision Process: One-VA TRM v23.5
Decision Date: 05/09/2023 at 19:44:06 UTC
Introduced By: Extended Tool List (ETL)
Standards Body: Java Community Process
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