ANSI/SCTE 224 Event Scheduling and Notification Interface
Audience, Action, and Metadata Schemas
An Audience is a set of characteristics, which together define a subset of
users. An Audience may be characterized in many ways. For example, bound to
geography, device or device capability.
An Action defines rules, restrictions, and allowances or other process to be
applied against an identified set of Audience(s).
Metadata is information used to provide additional information about the item
The following schemas define common ways to characterize audiences, actions, and
metadata to be used along with ANSI/SCTE 224. These schemas are intended to
expand over time with input from the general community.
Action/Audience/Metadata schemas extensibility
Extensibility of the Action/Audience/Metadata schemas made available through SCTE/ISBE is
achieved through a streamlined process and the use of a change request form all
Action/Audience/Metadata schema management process
Change request form
Example of change request form
Request signing reference implementation
The examples contained in the following artifacts provide a reference
implementation of the request signing outlined in ANSI/SCTE 224 standard
The code example provided below outlines how to generate the signature value
which shall be added to the request with the Authorization header. Adding the
Authorization header to the HTTP request is referred to as signing the request.
SCTE 224 Schema Archive
SCTE 01 - SCTE 81
The current and former schemas are listed below. The most recent version is on top and is identical to the one at https://www.scte.org/schemas/224/SCTE224.xsd
For backwards compatibility, the original schema (20151115) is also available at http://www.scte.org/schemas/224/2015/SCTE224.xsd
| SCTE 82 - SCTE 163
| SCTE 164 - SCTE 245
| Current HMS MIBs