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Subject: Re: [ubl-dev] Usage of the invoicetypecode

Thanks Tim,

I understand it now. Is there another code list available that fits better ?


----- Original Message ----
From: Tim McGrath <tim.mcgrath@documentengineeringservices.com>
To: Danny Gaethofs <dgaethofs@yahoo.com>
Cc: ubl-dev@lists.oasis-open.org
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 1:38:05 AM
Subject: Re: [ubl-dev] Usage of the invoicetypecode

Do you mean, can you say?

    <cbc:InvoiceTypeCode schemeAgencyID="6" 
    <cbc:InvoiceTypeCode schemeAgencyID="6" 

Then the answer is yes.  Note that it would not be wise to use the 1001 
codes that do not refer to invoice types for this. 

Danny Gaethofs wrote:
> dear all,
> The UBL 2.0 standard defines the InvoiceTypeCode for the UBL-invoice-2.o.xsd. I looking at how the type code can be used to identify different types using the un/edifact document name code list 1001.
> If I look at the specification of the OIOUBL I notice that they have added an element content to - at least I presume - communicate the invoicetypecode 380 or 382 . 
> http://www.oioubl.info/datatypes/en/Code.html
> If look at the standard definition I wonder how I should communicate the value .
> Can someone provide me with an example usage of the invoicetypecode ?
> kind regards,
> Danny Gaethofs
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