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-====== July 20, 2017 ======+====== XES Certification proposal accepted by XES WG ======
  
 On July 19, 2017, the XES WG has approved of the {{shared:downloads:xes_certification_proposal_v2.pdf|XES Certification proposal v2}}. As a result, we can now start checking the certification levels of the tools that support XES. Based on this certification, it will be clear whether XES files can be successfully transferred between these tools.  On July 19, 2017, the XES WG has approved of the {{shared:downloads:xes_certification_proposal_v2.pdf|XES Certification proposal v2}}. As a result, we can now start checking the certification levels of the tools that support XES. Based on this certification, it will be clear whether XES files can be successfully transferred between these tools. 
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 The figure above is the main figure in this proposal. It shows the four different levels of certification. The figure above is the main figure in this proposal. It shows the four different levels of certification.
  
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 | **Certification level** | **Description** | | **Certification level** | **Description** |
 | A | XES Event data that only contains case identifiers and activity names. This level allows for process discovery and conformance checking. | | A | XES Event data that only contains case identifiers and activity names. This level allows for process discovery and conformance checking. |