|Super-types:||Definition < Format (by extension) < UnitFormat (by extension) < ZoneUnitFormat (by extension)|
|Documentation||A unit format that is specifically used to describe a measurement related to a zone.|
'ID attribute is used to identify a unique element. Per the definition it must be unique within the scope of the document so that clients can reference the containing element using the findById method provided by their parser. Since xsd:ID requires an ID to start with an alphabetic character, not a number then most IDs will prefix the value with the \"domain\" of the ID they represent. For example, the activity/@id attribute would probably have a value of activity/@id=\"activity_1234\" and series/@id=\"series_3849\", etc. Other elements will reference this ID attribute by containing their own attribute as an xsd:IDREF type. This id attribute is only for the document, not meant to reference the ID that a system provides. Refer to the systemId global element to understand more about identifying the ID from a specific system or application. NOTE: This is only optional to currently allow Measurement to extend definition. Measurement currently does not require ID, but it probably should. AR 11/2007'"
'The id of the authoring system. The @author attribute of this document references who built the document. To make the use of AXM easier this idValue attribute is supplied so clients can easily reference ID values of the authoring system without having to iterate through creation histories. Unlike @id attributes, this does not use xsd:IDREF and will not resolve to a document definition in the dictionary. Instead it is intended to be used by a client that is aware of how to use the author\'s IDs (a web application that works specifically with a web service like Garmin Connect and Connect API).'"
'An optional value provided to indicate how a system can use standard sorting utilities available on most clients. Values should be alpha-Numeric and fairly structured without including characters that aren\'t needed. Example: Date/Time = 20070403 Day of Week (Monday Starts) Monday = 1, Tue=2, etc. Day of Week (Sunday Starts) Sunday = 1, Monday = 2, Tue=3, etc. Placename The Bahamas = bahamas'"
'references a Zones definition that qualifies this unit format.'">