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Subject: [ubl-ndrsc] Representation Terms

I'm going through the CCT Datatype (Representation Term) Schema and I have a few issues still
outstanding really from the last instance sample
generation / review cycle
1.  In Measure and in Quantity we still have
as supplementary components
but in Code we have this restricted to
and in Amount we have it defined in the CCT Schema as
My question/issue is:
with Code:
the codelist mechanism might have to be very good to avoid
need for any meta data at all - can we guarantee this?
Shouldn't we still have
with Amount a CCT issue really:
we seem to have a version ID
but is it decided and clear to all that there is
just the one codelist that can be used so that we don't even
have to specify what it is but only which version?
2.  Just a request for feedback from the last NDRSC
call (unavoidable that I couldn't make it) regarding
my issue of 
missing from some of the elements in the Schema
3. Who will be editing the DT (CCT DT) and RT (UBL DT) Schemas?
Will it still be Gunther and Garrett?
Will it still be in collaboration / synchronisation with OAG and/or ATG?
How will it fit with the schedule? and tools work?
We'll presumably need any changes introduced prior to instance
generation. There may be some impact on this and on FPSC work
if the listID and listAgencyID are put back into the CCT DT Schema.
I don't see what can be done, if anything at this stage, about the
Amount supplementary components and how to specify the
but if it were possible and agreed we'd need a suitable schedule for this
Otherwise perhaps something should be put into the Documentation
Sorry to keep pestering - just last minute rush
All the best
Many thanks

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