Subject: Re: [ubl] Trying to understand DocumentReference from an implementer's perspective
Okay ... that makes sense. Thanks, Oriol.So, for me that calls into question the definition for Attachment in the DocumentReference:
"The referenced document as an attachment to the document from which it is referenced."
... since the referenced document isn't actually being attached, it is being pointed to.
http://docs.oasis-open.org/ubl/os-UBL-2.1/mod/summary/reports/UBL-AllDocuments-2.1.html#Table_DocumentReference.DetailsBut I can live with it if I consider the Attachment in the abstract sense of a document logically attached, not physically attached. So, okay.
But I believe this confusion further bolsters my contention we need the changes I've been pushing in ticket https://issues.oasis-open.org/browse/UBL-168 regarding the definitions.
Which we will talk about for UBL 2.3 ... I give up on the ticket for UBL 2.2. I've just deferred it.
Thank you for your patience with this. It hadn't yet come up in my implementation experience or I would have discussed it earlier.
. . . . . . Ken At 2018-02-08 07:25 +0100, Oriol BausÃ Peris wrote:
Hi KenI think you need to use the cac:DocumentResponse/cac:DocumentReference/cac:Attachment/cac:ExternalReference/cbc:URI in order to add the URI to the document being referenced.Best regards Oriol BausÃEl 8 febr 2018, a les 4:58, G. Ken Holman <<mailto:gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com>gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com> va escriure:Meanwhile, can someone please guide me where in a DocumentStatus document I am supposed to put the URI to the document I'm reporting the status of?
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