Concept "DSKMF Active and Passive Actions"

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Keywords/Contexts

DSKMF

Annotations
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Motivations
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Content

This concept semanticizes

  1. what subjects can do (active actions), and
  2. what can be done to/with subjects (passive actions).

Property names representing active actions usually start with Can... and property names representing passive actions usually start with CanBe....

Semantization levels

Boolean

{{Property|CanBeBackedUp}} which is equivalent to {{Property|CanBeBackedUp|True}}

Simple property value

{{Property|CanBeBackedUp|$ ruby ./backup.rb}}

Reified

Local

== {{Property|CanBeBackedUp}} or {{Property|CanBeBackedUp|ToEncryptedPhysicalDevice}} ==

You may use a labeled section transclusion here.

Remote

{{Property|CanBeBackedUp|[[<some-page-name>]]}}