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Compartmented Mode Workstation Labeling: Encodings Format     Oracle Solaris 10 8/11 Information Library
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1.  Introduction

2.  Structure and Syntax of Encodings File

3.  Classification Encodings

4.  Information Label Encodings

5.  Sensitivity Label, Clearance, Channels, and Printer Banner Encodings

6.  Accreditation Range and Name Information Label Encodings

7.  General Considerations for Specifying Encodings

8.  Enforcing Proper Label Adjudications

Normal Words

Inverse Words

Hierarchies of Words

Composite Words

Non-Hierarchical Composite Words

A Complex Example

A.  Encodings Specifications Error Messages

B.  Annotated Sample Encodings

C.  CMW Labeling Software C1.0 Release Notes, 6/8/93



A Complex Example

Combinations of the above types of words can yield more complex examples. Example 8-11 shows two words in a hierarchy, one of which is inverse. This example has the interesting adjudication effect that if the inverse word (word13) is combined with any label that does not contain the word, the result is that the inverse word is replaced by the word above it in the hierarchy (word14). Because word13 is inverse, bit 9 must be specified as 1 in the initial marking bits. name= word14; markings= 8 9;

Example 8-11 Two Words in Hierarchy with Inverse Word

name= word13;  markings= 8 ~9; 

Appendix B, Annotated Sample Encodings contains the following examples of complex information label words similar to this example: bravo4, which is an inverse word below bravo2 in a hierarchy.