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    Non standard compliant

    Supposing RFC2865 is the text of a standard how do I write

    Non RFC2865 compliant identification has been enabled
    RFC2865 non compliant identification has been enabled

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    Re: Non standard compliant

    You are not clear about what you want to say.
    As you said, RFC2865 is a standard or guidelines for the identification of non-compliance of something (procedure/manufacturing process/product/etc). I presume it is some kind of quality system like ISO 9001.
    It is a document which describes a system of checking, not a machine. How do you 'enable or activate a document'? You put in place a system of checking.

    You can say:

    The identification of non-compliance of ?? based on RFC2865 standard has been implemented/put in place.

    They system for checking for non-compliance ?? based on RFC2865 standard has been implemented/put in place.


    The correct title for your post should be 'Non-compliance standard'.

    not a teacher
    Last edited by tedmc; 19-Oct-2014 at 02:00.

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    Re: Non standard compliant

    Quote Originally Posted by tedmc View Post
    You are not clear about what you want to say.
    As usual I was not very good in communicating the idea. Funny I'm doing what I'm doing now. And this is a list of messages in English for a program.

    The program is mostly complying with the afore mentioned standard. But it has some features that are not RFC2865 compliant. The user can enable those features and at the time he is doing so the program has to warn them: you have just enabled a feature that is not standard compliant. One of those features is a type of identification that is implemented by certain hardware against the rules and a user of such hardware may need to enable it.

    Those above are the messages that I have come up with by far.

    Quote Originally Posted by tedmc View Post
    The correct title for your post should be 'Non-compliance standard'
    Probably. But I can not change it now.

    Thanks for helping me.

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    Re: Non standard compliant

    If it is a feature of a computer programme, then 'enable/disable' are the right words.
    I was thinking it was a manufacturing process.

    not a teacher

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