@toincrease/node-trn
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    node-trn

    To-Increase Resource Names (TRNs) uniquely identify our resources. We require an TRN when you need to specify a resource unambiguously across our platform, such as in Machines, Companies and Persons.

    TRN Format

    Here are some sample TRNs:

    <!-- Machine -->
    trn:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145cf:machine:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145er
    <!-- Company -->
    trn:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145cf:company:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145er
    <!-- Person -->
    trn:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145cf:Person:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145er
    

    The following are the general formats for TRNs; the specific components and values used depend on the resource type.

    trn:company-id:resourcetype:resource-id
    trn:company-id:resourcetype:resource-id/subtype
    

    company-id

    The company that owns the resource.

    resourcetype

    The type of the resource. Currently the following types are supported:

    • machine
    • company
    • person

    resource-id

    the unique id of the resource.

    subtype

    The content of this part of the TRN varies by resource type. examples:

    trn:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145cf:machine:b9066d9f-0aa9-4684-9edb-e5c99ca145er/specs/electrical
    

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    npm i @toincrease/node-trn

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    0.0.8

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