Call to Vote: Ballot for OASIS Standard - OData JSON Format Version 4.0

The OASIS Open Data Protocol (OData) members [1] have approved submitting the following Candidate OASIS Standard to the OASIS membership to a membership vote for OASIS Standard:

OData JSON Format Version 4.0
Candidate OASIS Standard 01
19 November 2013

This is a call to the primary or alternate representatives of OASIS Organizational Members to vote. This Committee Specification was approved by the Technical Committee and was submitted for the required 60-day public review. All requirements of the OASIS TC Process having been met, the Candidate OASIS Standard is now submitted to the voting representatives of OASIS organizational members.

Please be sure to also cast your vote on OData Version 4.0. See the related announcement.

-- Voting Details --

The ballot opens on 11 February 2014 at 00:00 GMT and closes on 24 February 2014 at 23:59 GMT. You can access the ballot to cast your vote at:

Internal link:
Publicly visible link:

The minimum number of affirmative votes required to approve this ballot is 45 (15% of 300 Organizational Members).

Each OASIS organizational member has one vote. OASIS members should ensure that their organization's voting representative votes according to the organization's wishes. If you do not know the name of your organization's voting representative is, go to the My Account page at

then click the link for your Company (at the top of the page) and review the list of users for the name designated as "Primary".

-- Information about the Candidate OASIS Standard and the OASIS Open Data Protocol (OData) TC --

Much of the data on the Web today lives in silos, needing different protocols, APIs, and formats to query and update the data. With the rapid growth of online information, open data protocols and services are in demand more than ever before.

OData is a REST-based Web protocol. It builds on HTTP, AtomPub, and JSON using URIs to address and access data feed resources. It enables information to be accessed from a variety of sources including (but not limited to) relational databases, file systems, content management systems, and traditional Web sites.

OData JSON Format Version 4.0 extends the core specification by defining representations for OData requests and responses using a JSON format.

Visit the OData TC [1] page and [2] for information, content, videos, and documentation and to learn more about OData and the ecosystem of open data producer and consumer services.

The prose specification document and related files are available here:

Editable source (Authoritative):



ZIP distribution file (complete):

-- Additional information --

[1] OASIS Open Data Protocol (OData) TC

TC Charter

[2] Open Data Protocol

- Statements of Use:




- Public reviews:
30-day public review, 02 May 2013:
- Comment resolution log:

15-day public review, 08 July 2013:
- Comment resolution log:

15-day public review, 17 October 2013:
- Comment resolution log:

- Candidate OASIS Standard Special Majority Vote:

Associated TC: 
Open Data Protocol (OData)