Subject: RE: [ubl-lcsc] Code list content review
Hi Tim Yes, Edifix does have all these UNCL codes internally available. The only thing I had to check was which version of UNCL the UBL list equated to - this is the D03A directory version. The concern I have with regards to the line status and document status codes is that I cannot find all the UBL values in the UNCL appropriate lists which are 1229 for line status codes and 1225 or possibly 1373 for document status codes. Some certainly match up such as 'cancelled' but others are missing or not exact matches. I guess that we can deal with this later. Edifix can subset code lists for EDI guidelines but I am not sure how this works for schema use. Finally, your proposal for the remaining code lists should be fine, I guess. However, I am left wondering why these are code lists at all as they seem like pairs of indicator values. Again a question for later on, I suppose. regards Sue -----Original Message----- From: Tim McGrath [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 15 March 2004 08:20 To: Sue Probert Cc: Ubl-Lcsc; email@example.com Subject: Re: [ubl-lcsc] Code list content review I assume when you say "OK to use full list from EF", you mean that EDIFIX already has these codes and they don't need anne's (hard won) text files!? As for the other issues... If you remember the discussion on DocumentStatusCode and LineStatusCode, i think the concern was that the UNCL code lists were too big - we want to limit those used to the 4 Document Statuses and 5 Line Statuses only. So these are a restriction on the UNCL code lists. CargoTypeCode was only a 'placebo' and we are implementing 'standard (and stock)' codes for the 1.0 package - so it is left undefined. With ChipCode , OperatorCode and SubstitutionStatusCode the names have not yet been added - because we have none. i propose that the names are the same as the code value (the CodeContent). for example, OperatorCode.Content = "multiply" and OperatorCode.Name="multiply" w.r.t. the EDIFIX code values, we have to think about maintenace of these values - so it would still help to have import and export of this data sorted out, rather than rely on manual entry and checking. Sue Probert wrote: >Hi All > >Firstly, apologies for missing the calls last week due to the CEFACT Forum >meeting. I have nevertheless been following the email threads, or at least >trying to do so. > >Over the weekend I have checked the latest text files from Anne against the >latest codes spreadsheet from Tim and the following is my synopsis of the >current 'code content' situation. > >AllowanceChargeReasonCode - codes are from UNCL 4465 D03A - OK to use full >list from EF >ChannelCode - codes are from UNCL 3155 D03A - OK to use full list from EF >PaymentMeansTypeCode - codes are from UNCL 4461 D03A - OK >(CargoTypeCode - codes are from UNCL 7085 D03A - OK but this code list >appears to have disappeared?) > >CurrencyCode - ISO 4217 - OK to use full list from EF > >AcknowledgementResponseCode - 2 codes made up by UBL - names now added >LatitudeDirectionCode - 2 codes made up by UBL - names now added >LongitudeDirectionCode - 2 codes made up by UBL - names now added >DocumentStatusCode - 4 codes made up by UBL - names now added (UNCL 1225 >could be used?) >LineStatusCode - 5 codes made up by UBL - names now added (UNCL 1229 could >be used?) > >ChipCode - 2 codes made up by UBL - names not yet added >OperatorCode - 2 codes made up by UBL - names not yet added >SubstitutionStatusCode - 2 codes made up by UBL - names not yet added > >Tim and Anne, do you agree with this? > >regards > >Sue > > > >To unsubscribe from this mailing list (and be removed from the roster of the OASIS TC), go to http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/ubl-lcsc/members/leave_workgrou p.php. > > > -- regards tim mcgrath phone: +618 93352228 postal: po box 1289 fremantle western australia 6160 To unsubscribe from this mailing list (and be removed from the roster of the OASIS TC), go to http://www.oasis-open.org/apps/org/workgroup/ubl-lcsc/members/leave_workgrou p.php.