Hello Jurgen,

I will gladly add NMDA to the draft. However could you please be more specific. Which part of NMDA are you missing?
Is it the example of yanglib that you would like updated?

As the instance-data can be used to document and/or load    both config=true and false data it is IMHO relevant to the candidate/running/operational datastores. However whether it should be used to just document data or also to load data, and how exactly such a load should be implemented  is out of scope. And yes using one SW kit config=false data can be loaded from file too.

regards Balazs

On 2/8/2018 10:24 AM, Juergen Schoenwaelder wrote:
[Removing NETCONF since the I-D says -netmod-.]

I flipped through the I-D yesterday and I think a common format for
instance data trees should be NMDA aware these days.


On Thu, Feb 08, 2018 at 10:17:25AM +0100, Balazs Lengyel wrote:

    With Benoit I prepared a draft about how to document and use YANG defined
    instance data. It could be useful for documenting  server capabilities or
    preloading data defined in implementation time and probably for other
    purposes as well.

    regards Balazs

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  Title:          YANG Instance Data Files and their use for Documenting Server 
  Document date:  2018-02-06
  Group:          Individual Submission
  Pages:          10

     This document specifies a standard file format for YANG instance
     data, that is data that could be stored in a datastore and whose
     syntax and semantics is defined by YANG models.  Instance data files
     can be used to provide information that is defined in design time.
     There is a need to document Server capabilities (which are often
     specified in design time), which should be done using instance data

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