D.2. Sibling Start Ordering and Resource Child Ordering

D.2. Sibling Start Ordering and Resource Child Ordering

The Service resource determines the start order and the stop order of a child resource according to whether it designates a child-type attribute for a child resource as follows:

Note

The only resource to implement defined child resource type ordering is the Service resource.

For more information about typed child resource start and stop ordering, refer to Section D.2.1, “Typed Child Resource Start and Stop Ordering”. For more information about non-typed child resource start and stop ordering, refer to Section D.2.2, “Non-typed Child Resource Start and Stop Ordering”.


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