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Subject: Re: SV: SV: [ubl] Question about document reference in UBL Order2.0

Title: Re: SV: SV: [ubl] Question about document reference in UBL Order 2.0
I also agree that the QuotationDocumentRefereence should be allowed for Quotations outside UBL.

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From: Peter Borresen <PLB@itst.dk>
Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2006 12:35:47 +0200
To: Tim McGrath <tmcgrath@portcomm.com.au>, Martin Forsberg <martin.forsberg@amnis.se>
Cc: <UBL-NES@yahoogroups.com>, <ubl@lists.oasis-open.org>
Conversation: SV: [ubl] Question about document reference in UBL Order 2.0
Subject: SV: SV: [ubl] Question about document reference in UBL Order 2.0

Is the opinion that we should use QuotationDocumentReference even if the quotation is not an UBL message? I tend to agree with that.

Kind regards


-----Oprindelig meddelelse-----
Fra: Tim McGrath  [mailto:tmcgrath@portcomm.com.au]
Sendt: 1. september 2006  04:30
Til: Martin Forsberg
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Emne: Re: SV: [ubl] Question about document  reference in UBL Order 2.0

I agree with Martin.  Use  qualified associations where possible.  That way the name reflects the  usage and we dont rely on values in the document content.

In this case  the use of LineReference for the Quotation should not be a problem. Its usage  would depend on the business case.  

If the two faxes came as  separate Quotations then you would specify Line 1 for the car and its  DocumentReference (and Attachment).  You would also specify Line 1 for  the truck service and its DocumentReference (and Attachment).  

If  the two faxes came on the same Quotation then you would have line numbers (or  similar) to identify them.  So you could specifiy Line 1 being the car  and Line 2 being the truck service.  Both of which would identfy the same  DocumentReference (being the Quotation) but different  Attachments.

Martin Forsberg wrote:
Hi Alan,

I know that we have discussed that all  document references in UBL that reference a document type that is also part  of UBL 2 (like QuotationDocumentReference) should be qualified. Other  documents not part of UBL like Inventory report or contract should use the  unqualified DocumentReference and use the document type code to specify what  kind of document is referenced.

So from my point of view, you should  use the qualified reference. Though there might be a problem if you want to  use QuotationLineReference without knowing the line number (that is  mandatory).

/Martin Forsberg


Från: Lemming Alan Lund [mailto:allem@wmdata.com]
Skickat:  to 2006-08-31 14:18
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Ämne:  [ubl] Question about document reference in UBL Order 2.0


Hi All

I have at question about usage of document  reference i documents. Is
usage described below correct?

In a case  where a customer receives two faxes with quotations for
different goods:  1. A car for sale, 2 Maintanance service for a truck.

The customer  sends a UBL Order to order both items in one UBL Order and
he want to  attach the faxes for reference. The costomer should therefore
attach the  faxes to the order using Order->Orderline->DocumentReference
, in  an appropriate  imageformat.
Order->Orderline->QuotationLineReference->DocumentReference  should NOT
be used since the format I  non-UBL.

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