Technical product documentation — Data fields in title blocks and document headers
ISO 7200 was created by Technical Committee ISO/TC 10, Technical product documentation, Subcommittee SC 1, Basic conventions.
ISO 7200:2004(EN) is the second edition, cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO 7200:1984), which has been technically revised.
The ISO 7200:2004(EN) specifies the data fields used in the title blocks and headers of technical product documents. Its purpose is to facilitate the exchange of documents and ensure compatibility by defining field names, their contents and their length (number of characters).
It covers manual as well as computer-based design work, and is applicable to all kinds of documents for all kind of products — in all phases of the product life cycle and all fields of engineering. It contains document-management-relevant data fields but not fields for specific technology areas or product requirements. Also, It supports the cross-use and re-use of documents.
For the purposes of ISO 7200:2004, the following terms and definitions apply.
Method of structuring a defined type of item (objects or documents) into classes and subclasses in accordance with their characteristics.
Bounded area used for a specific category of data.
Moving of data from one computer process to another in an ordered form.
Fixed portion of a document, sharing the identification number with the other portions, but individually presented and stored.
Segment of a technical drawing.
Portion in a low-level physical substructure of a document, providing a presentation-dependent division of the document content (primarily applied in the context of a text-based document).
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