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  1. Core Components and More

  2. International Standards – Core Components • Technical Specification – both ISO and UN/CEFACT • Goal is global registry • Thousands of Candidates submitted • Harmonization at UN/CEFACT

  3. Core Components • Basic building block – a data element • No business context • Types • ACC = Aggregate Core Component • Like a segment in X12 or EDIFACT • BCC = Basic Core Component • Like a data element in X12 or EDIFACT • ASCC = Associate Core Component • Connects two ACCs • Like a Party to an Address

  4. Business Information Entities • Built from Core Components • Have Business Context (8 possible) • Like Trade, Purchasing, Switzerland • Types • ABIE = Aggregate Business Information Entity • Built from an ACC • Qualified with a meaningful term • BBIE = Basic Business Information Entity • Built from a BCC • ASBIE= Association Business Information Entity Connects two ABIEs • Built from an ASCC

  5. Core Components as Canonical Model X12 EDIFACT DE 116 DE 3251 RosettaNet NationalPostalCode TDED DE 3251

  6. TBG17 Submission for Address • For Postal Code • UBL (OASIS) submitted Postal_Zone • OAGi submitted Postal Code • Construction submitted Postcode • CC Harmonization agreed on Address. Postcode. Code

  7. Core Components as Canonical Model X12 EDIFACT DE 3251 DE 116 TDED RosettaNet DE 3251 NationalPostalCode UN00000014 Address. Postcode. Code This is genuine INTEROPERABILITY

  8. The dictionary is SYNTAX NEUTRAL!!! Naming Conventions

  9. UN/CEFACT Library Maintenance

  10. Maintenance Procedure Upgrade Clarify procedures to lower barriers for participation Increase speed of library publication Need to increase limited resources for library work Need complete methodology for all aspects of library maintenance Alignment of deletion/deprecation procedures Include alignment / harmonisation of libraries and publication cycles in maintenance procedures Reorganisation

  11. The Libraries Reference Models Code lists Three Libraries XML Schema EDIFACT CCL TDED Joint Maintenance Agency (UNECE and ISO TC154) “Libraries” also refers to code lists and XML schema.

  12. Library Linkages UN/EDIFACT DE 7065 Package Type Description Code TDED DE 7065 Package. Type. Code CCL BCC Package. Type. Code/TDED Link 7065

  13. The following steps apply to all requests for changes to existing libraries/code lists/directories: Change request(s) submitted and logged Technical assessment Semantic assessment Harmonization Update of libraries/code lists/directories Validation of updated libraries/code lists/directories Quality Assurance (internal review) Formal Validation (external review) Publication Maintenance Steps