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Subject: Re: proposal for extension to UBL-Order

Thank you for your interest in UBL.

I am not sure if  I understand your requirement to be that you wish to 
contain another document inside a UBL Item or that you wish to reference 
another document from an Item.  Perhaps if you could explain what 
"required values for an agricultural operation" means it might help with 

PS. I am forwarding this request to the ubl-dev mailing list as someone 
there may have some useful suggestions.  You may wish to join this group 
in the future.

Christine Spietz wrote:

> Dear Sir,
> In the range of a project we have to decide which standards to use for 
> working on documents like an order for an agricultural operation. We 
> discovered UBL and looked at the document UBL-Order. There it is 
> possible to describe the order-item as a string-value 
> (Order->cac:Orderline->LineItem->Item->Description).
> We have our own XML-Documents to describe the required values for an 
> agricultural operation, so if we would like to use the UBL-Order, we 
> have to embed this document as a string-value in 
> "Order->cac:Orderline->LineItem->Item->Description" or is there an 
> other opportunity which we haven't seen yet?
> If there is not, we would like to know, if there is a possibility to 
> make an extension on the element "Item", so that there is a 
> possibility to have an element "Description" of the type 
> xsd:anyElement. Then it would be possible to integrate our 
> XML-Documents into the UBL-Order.
> I am looking forward to hear from you.
> Best regards
> Christine Spietz

tim mcgrath
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postal: po box 1289   fremantle    western australia 6160

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