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Subject: Re: [ubl] Latest SGTG snapshot of draft UBL 2.1 models, schemas andcode lists

Hi Ken, hi all

please, look the enclosed document.

It lists all code elements in the UBL library and indicates if a code list has been assigned or if it is required (but missing) in UBL 2.1.

It should be a good starting point to understand if we are forgetting something about code lists.

I tried to include all but may be I made some mistakes. Please let me know if you discover errors.

Best regards,


Il 24/03/2010 10:08, G. Ken Holman ha scritto:" type="cite">Fellow UBL TC members,

Please find the latest SGTG snapshot of draft UBL 2.1 models, schemas and code lists here:


This snapshot addresses these issues:

 - latest export of model information (as of 08:20z this morning)
 - latest UBL 2.1 code lists for UBL 2.0 code lists (Thanks, Tony!)
 - alphabetical ordering of complex types in aggregate schema (Thanks, Fulya!)
 - nine missing document models (Thanks, Peter!)

What still is missing are:

 - the updated code lists for UBL 2.1 (action: TSC, PSC)
   - special-purpose/ - one related to UN/CEFACT supplementary
                        components is there
                      - missing are those recommended by PSC and TSC
                        for inclusion for our users' convenience
 - the updated code list templates (action: Ken)
 - the updated code list contexts (action: Ken)
 - the entities genericode file (action: Ken)
 - updated XML example instances (action: TSC, PSC)
 - any cosmetics suggested by UBL TC members for consideration
   - e.g. column widths, embedded comments, etc.

I am still in my JTC 1 meeting in Stockholm and cannot spend time this week working more on this.  I look forward to receiving any feedback during the week for me to work on later next week for another snapshot.

Please let me know, however, if anything urgent is missing that warrants an immediate repair for people to continue their work.  The importance of this morning's snapshot is the inclusion of the missing models for subcommittees to review.  This was prepared in a rush due to my meeting schedule, so it may be that something was inadvertently missed.  Future snapshots may not be prepared in such a timely manner.


. . . . . . . . . . . . Ken

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