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Subject: FW: TBG3, the UN/CEFACT Working Group for Transport, and the UNeDocs ACCs

Hi Tim

With reference to your email below and last week's minutes from the Pacifc

Team report: Asian input

      TimM: We need the latest CCs from Sue ASAP to limit
      harmonization problems with trade document contributions
      from China.

      ACTION: SueP to provide CCs to TimM per


I can confirm that the ACCs supplied to to you in March are still 99%
unchanged. They have not varied much as many of them are still languishing
in the TBG17 submission queue. Even those that have theoretically been
approved through the TBG17 (Consignment. Details, Dangerous Goods. Details
and Goods Item. Details) did not need many changes and have not yet been
published in an official UN/CEFACT TBG library for completely independent

I can also confirm that the ACCS sent three months ago are the same as the
ACCs reused in the current version of UNeDocs which already supports many of
the UBL 2.0 proposed new document types.

Therefore to work with what was supplied to you back in March should enable
reuse and incorporation into UBL 2.0.



-----Original Message-----
From: Tim McGrath [mailto:tmcgrath@portcomm.com.au]
Sent: 23 May 2005 02:39
To: sue.probert@dial.pipex.com
Cc: ubl@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: TBG3, the UN/CEFACT Working Group for Transport, and the
UNeDocs ACCs


your comments are timely as I am currently in Hong Kong and will be meeting
with the DTTN project team (who are proposing the models to UBL) to look at
these can be incorporated into  UBL 2.0.

I would appreciate a copy of the ACCs you mention.  Have these varied
from those you supplied 3 months ago?

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