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Subject: Re: [ubl-psc] Account Response and Application Response.

Title: Re: [ubl-psc] Account Response and Application Response.
I thought the Application Response was simply going to be an acknowledgement of receipt that could be used for any message.
The Account Response is the accounting equivalent of a PO Response (not simple !!) stating what the sender believes is wrong with a particular accounting document [line].
I see the requirement for the former but my personal opinion is that the latter should be removed as
  1. I think it’s confusing to have a non-tax document at that point in the process and
  2. realistically, this is going to involve human intervention and a phone call / email.


Mark Leitch

> From: Tim McGrath <tmcgrath@portcomm.com.au>
> Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2005 14:01:16 +0800
> To: <ubl-psc@lists.oasis-open.org>
> Subject: [ubl-psc] Account Response and Application Response.
> We still need to decide what to do about these two document types.  They
> both appear to do the same function (allow an application level response
> to a transaction), but they have different structures.  I would like to
> only use one.
> My simple assessment is the Application Response is based on the EDIFACT
> APERAK document  but the Account Response is designed to reference
> specific lines on documents.  Can we get some debate on this?
> NB whichever structure we agree on can i suggest we call it an
> 'Application' Response as I am not sure how it could be seen as  
> response from an 'Account'.
> --
> regards
> tim mcgrath
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