Subject: Re: [ubl] 2.0 Spreadsheets split into the Common, Procurement andTransportation Libraries
my apologies i did not mention that these libraries do not include the
spreadsheets for the document themselves. we do have those completed.|
Jon is currently finalizing the review package of all UBL 2.0 material and will include the document spreadsheets in that.
Yukinori Saito wrote:
Dear Tim MaGrath, Thank you very much for your quick response. (1) 'InvoiceLine' ABIE in Procurement Library I understand about the usage of 'InvoiceLine' ABIE, that may be used by Certificate Of Origin . (2) Business Document I understand that the new business documents all use these libraries (Common Library, Procurement Library, and Transportation Library). But, I suppose that the additional business documents have some BBIEs and ASBIEs in itself. For example, UBL Order business document has 21 (twenty one) BBIEs and 14 (fourteen) ASBIEs. I think we (UBL TC) need the spreadsheets of the additional business documents. For example, Catalogue, Request for Quotation, Quotation, Account Response, Debit Note, Self Billing Invoice, Remittance Advice, Statement of Account. (I referred these business documents by the document named 'Proposal for an Extended Procurement Process for UBL 2.0) Best Regards, Yukinori Saito ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tim McGrath" <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: "Yukinori Saito" <email@example.com> Cc: <firstname.lastname@example.org>; <email@example.com> Sent: Wednesday, December 28, 2005 5:59 PM Subject: Re: [ubl] 2.0 Spreadsheets split into the Common, Procurement and Transportation Libraries Glad to see you are checking this for me! InvoiceLine is actually useed in other document (I think the Certificate Of Origin uses it). But I agree that some may need moving. I see this as part of the review process. The new business documents all use these libraries - there will be no additional ABIEs except for the ones for the document root itself. Yukinori Saito wrote:Dear Tim MaGrath, Thank you very much for your big efforts to develop new V2.0 spreadsheets. May I ask some following questions? (1) 'InvoiceLine' ABIE in Procurement Library There is 'InvoiceLine' ABIE in the Procurement Library. I think that the 'InvoiceLine' ABIE will be used only by 'Invoice' business document. Therefore, I think that the 'InvoiceLine' ABIE should be belonged at the 'Invoice' business document, not at the the Procurement Library. (2) Business Document I think that both Procurement SC and Transportation SC are developing new additional business documents. When will the spreadsheets of those business documents be developed as one of the UBL V2.0 specification? Best Regards, Yukinori Saito (Vice Chair of UBL JPLSC) ------------------------------------------- Yukinori Saito Fuji Electric Information Service Co., Ltd. (FIS) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +81-3-5435-7333 Fax: +81-3-5435-7513 ------------------------------------------- ----- Original Message ----- From: "Tim McGrath" <email@example.com> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Cc: <email@example.com> Sent: Saturday, December 24, 2005 9:47 AM Subject: [ubl] 2.0 Spreadsheets split into the Common, Procurement and Transportation Libraries As notified earlier, here are the three library spreadsheets that formed the 'combined' spreadsheet used to create the schemas. These should be used in the distribution package and should now be the official spreadsheets.
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