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Subject: [ubl-lcsc] XML Schema with Global Defined Elements.

Title: XML Schema with Global Defined Elements.

Hello all,

I changed my Perl-Script now according the NDRSC definitions of Burlington. It generates all BIEs as global defined elements now. You'll find the complete package as an attached zip file.

Due to problems with Tims Excel spreadsheet "UBL_Library_0p70_Reusable.xls", I still used the Excel spreadsheet "UBL_Reusable_04.xls". I renamed it in ""UBL_Reusable_05.xls", now.

There are still some problems with global defined elements:
a.) Where I put the annotation of all BIEs? Within the complexType, or within each global defined element?

b.) Is it possible to put an annotation within an defined element, which refers to a global defined element?

c.) There does not existing an global defined annotation of generic (reusable) BBIEs, which are defined as global defined elements. My perl script taking always the annotations from the last defined BBIE.

d.) There existing the tag name "PaymentTerms" twice. One for "Payment Terms. Details" and the other for "Payment Terms. Text". Both is correct, because we decided that we can eliminate the representation terms "Text" and "Details". I changed the "PaymentTerms" of "Payment Terms. Text" into "PaymentTermsPaymentTerms". But this looks not very nice. I guess, we will get this problem very often.

Kind regards,



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