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Subject: Re: [ubl] PRD3 inconsistency between spreadsheet and schemas

This is an error in the spreadsheets.  The UBLName should say 

For some reason we dropped the formula for calculating UBL Names from 
the Common spreadsheet.  It may be that because we have to manually make 
entries for the UUID and URIs that it was easier this way.  However the 
spreadsheets are now inconsistent. The document spreadsheets all use a 
formula to create their UBL Names but the Common Library does not.  This 
has created the possibilites for errors such as this.   I propose we put 
the formula back in where they are valid ( not for UUID and URIs and 
Status.Text) and correct the TransportServiceCode prior to submission of 
the Committee Spec. to OASIS.  They are not substantive changes as the 
schemas are correct.

Also, I have done a pass of the other names using the formula and found 
that TransportServiceCode is the only problematic one.

Like Ken, I thought FX used the spreadsheet provided names for its 
element names (so i would have thought both would say ServiceCode) but 
now this doesn't appear to be the case.  Can someone say what actually 
creates the schema element names?

G. Ken Holman wrote:

> Hello all,
> Can someone tell me where I might be going wrong in understanding 
> something about the schemas and the spreadsheets?
> I'm doing some analysis for a UBL customer and I'm comparing 
> information derived from the spreadsheets with information derived 
> from the schemas (that were derived from the spreadsheets).
> In PRD3, in mod\common\UBL-CommonLibrary-2.0.xls in 
> TransportationService (the last ABIE) the UBL Name "ServiceCode" is 
> realized in xsd\common\UBL-CommonAggregateComponents-2.0.xsd as 
> "TransportServiceCode".
> I thought the schemas were being produced using the UBL Name, but this 
> is apparently not the case.  By which name are the schemas being 
> produced?
> Is this just an error in the spreadsheet?
> . . . . . . . . . . . . Ken
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