A <thing> is anything that is or may be thought about or perceived, including material and non-material
objects, ideas, and actions.
Every <thing> is either a <possible_individual>, or an <abstract_object>.
NOTE 1 Every <thing> is identifiable within a system. System identifiers created by other systems
and received as part of a data exchange may be stored for future reference as an identification, referring
to the originating organisation or system.
NOTE 2 Every example provided for other entity data types declared in this schema is also an example
|| An identifier of the <thing> for the purposes of record management within a system.
|| The date and time when this copy of the record was created in the current system. This attribute shall
have a value only when the current system is not the originating system.
|| The date and time on which this record was first created in its originating system.
|| The person or system that first created this record in the originating system.
|| The date and time that this record was logically deleted.
|| The reason why the record was logically deleted.
NOTE: Logical deletion means that whilst the record is still available in the system as a matter of historical
record, it is no longer considered a valid statement. That is to say it is considered that it was never