UUID_NAMEBASED_NS_OidPlusMisc

Parent node: GUIDs for OIDplus (oidplus)

Technical information

UUID: ad1654e6-7e15-11e4-9ef6-78e3b5fc7f22
C++ notation: { 0xad1654e6, 0x7e15, 0x11e4, { 0x9e, 0xf6, 0x78, 0xe3, 0xb5, 0xfc, 0x7f, 0x22 } }
Variant: [10x] RFC 4122 (Leach-Mealling-Salz)
Version: [1] Time-based with unique random host identifier
Timestamp: [0x1E47E15AD1654E6] 2014-12-07 13:33:49'1292390 GMT
Clock ID: [0x9EF6] 7926
Node ID: 78:E3:B5:FC:7F:22

Description

Namespace Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) for namebased UUIDs (as defined in IETF RFC 4122, clause 4.3).

The payload is a lower-case namespace, followed by a double colon, followed by the actual identifier, e.g. "isbn:978-3-16-148410-0". The value of the namespace of can be chosen by the user but a common Uniform Resource Name (URN) namespace is preferred.

Usage in OIDplus 1.0: Allows the mapping of Non-OID/DOI/UUID objects into the OID tree by creating OIDs inside a "auto generated arc". The "NS+ID" UUID is the second level in the auto generated arc.

Usage in OIDplus 2.0: Gives all objects (including OIDs) an alternative UUID-identifier (showed in the section "Alternative Identifiers"). Note: The auto generated OID also exists in OIDplus 2.0, but it is constructed using a 31-bit-hash of the systems public key as first level, and the 31-bit-hash of the NS+identifier in the second level. The 31-bit-hash allows to use the OID in software that is not compatible with 128-bit OIDs. 

Alternative Identifiers

OIDplus Information Object ID oid:1.3.6.1.4.1.37476.30.9.6175446.35491442
OID representation of UUID oid:2.25.230072395785582880418543269515366268706

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