ISO 15849:2001/Amd 1:2003

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 15849
First edition
2001-11-01
AMENDMENT 1
2003-09-01
Ships and marine technology —
Guidelines for implementation of a fleet
management system network
AMENDMENT 1: Annex A
Navires et technologie maritime — Lignes directrices pour la mise en
œuvre d'un système de management d'une flotte par réseau
AMENDEMENT 1: Annexe A
Reference number
ISO 15849:2001/Amd.1:2003(E)
ISO 2003
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ISO 15849:2001/Amd.1:2003(E)
Foreword

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Amendment 1 to ISO 15849:2001 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 8, Ships and marine

technology, Subcommittee SC 10, Computer applications.
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ISO 15849:2001/Amd.1:2003(E)
Introduction

Annex A indicates an example of the specifications for the design of the software of the Application Program

Interface (API) when it is applied to the SITP and the LITP, as required by the main text of ISO 15849

(Guidelines for the Fleet Management System Network, FMSN) to secure the effective execution of the mutual

connectivity with transparency.
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ISO 15849:2001/Amd.1:2003(E)
Ships and marine technology — Guidelines for implementation
of a fleet management system network
AMENDMENT 1: Annex A
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ISO 15849:2001/Amd.1:2003(E)
Annex A
(informative)
Example of specifications for the design of the software of the
Application Program Interface (API) when it is applied to the SITP and
LITP
A.1 Scope

The scope of this Annex is the software design guide for the purpose of applying the API for the functions of

the SITP and the LITP that are specified in the main text of ISO 15849.

In this Annex, the concept is based on the use of CORBA (A.2.3) as the specification of a distributed object for

a model.
A.2 Terms and definitions
For the purposes of this Annex, the following terms and definitions apply.
A.2.1
acquire data list
operation of acquiring the data list from the database, on the specified server
A.2.2
acquire ship information
polling operation from the specified server
A.2.3
CORBA
Common Object Request Broker Architecture
standard of distributed object model as defined by the Object Management Group
A.2.4
database server

station which became independent of the LITP-installed system and the SITP-installed system, when a

database is arranged on this station
A.2.5
IDL
Interface Definition Language
language to define interface in each operation
NOTE CORBA's primary tool to insulate language.
A.2.6
IDL skeleton

when CORBA is used and the client and server communicate, a program (as a part of API) on the server side

to provide an application program to start the operation directly
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A.2.7
IDL stub

when CORBA is used and the client and server communicate, the client program that accesses the operation

on the server side provided with the corresponding pseudo-object (as a part of API) on the client side

A.2.8
naming service
common reference service provided by CORBA

NOTE The naming service responds to the inquiry from the object, relating the name of the object to its location in

the network.
A.2.9
naming service interface

program, which executes the API request from the user application, in the series of processes when a naming

service is used
A.2.10
OMG
Object Management Group

international standardization group which prescribes technology for the infrastructure which is necessary for

the development of the application in the environment of the dispersion of object oriented architecture and

independent of the hardware
A.2.11
ORB
Object Request Broker
software which provides the tasks of communication between stub and skeleton
A.2.12
read data

operation of reading one particular datum from the database, on the specified server

A.2.13
user application

program, which is established by the user of the FMSN in accordance with the requirement by the

LITP-installed system to realize the functionality on the FMSN

NOTE The functionality on the FMSN serves to acquire the operational management information and/or the ship

management information.
A.2.14
user-application interface
interface in the API opened between the API and user application

NOTE This also defines four kinds of operation (Read data, Write data, Acquire data list and Acquire ship

information) as described in the A.4.1.2 to A.4.3.2.
A.2.15
write data
operation of writing one particular datum to the dat
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