Catalogue line content

cac urn:oasis:names:specification:ubl:schema:xsd:CommonAggregateComponents-2
Business terms
Child elements
Card Name Description
1..1 cbc:ID

Line identifier
Each line must have an identifier that is unique within the document to make it possible to positively reference the line. For example, from other documents.

Example value: 1

0..1 cbc:ActionCode

Line action code
Used to instruct the catalogue receier on what action should be taken on the identified line when revising a catalogue. See rule on catalogue version ID. When using Update or Delete codes, the entire Catalogue Line is updated or deleted.

Example value: Update

0..1 cbc:OrderableIndicator

Orderable indicator
Default value is True i.e. Item on the Catalogue Line can be ordered. Can be used to indicate if an Item is temporarily out of stock (via a Catalogue Update).

Example value: true

0..1 cbc:OrderableUnit

Orderable unit
The unit in which the item described in this catalogue line can be ordered. The same item can be described in more than one catalogue line with different orderble units. E.g. catalogue line 1 describes item X that can be ordered in boxes at a given price. Line 2 may describe the same item X as orderable in pallets where the price is lower.

Example value: EA

0..1 cbc:ContentUnitQuantity

Item net quantity
The net quantity of the item that is contained in each consumable unit, excluding any packaging materials.

Example value: 10

0..1 cbc:OrderQuantityIncrementNumeric

Order quantity increment
The increment of Orderable units that can be ordered.

Example value: 1

0..1 cbc:MinimumOrderQuantity

Minimum order quantity
The minimum number of orderable units that can be ordered according to details provided in the catalogue line, such as price.

Example value: 1

0..1 cbc:MaximumOrderQuantity

Maximum order quantity
The maximum number of orderable units that can be ordered according to details provided in the catalogue line, such as price.

Example value: 100

0..1 cbc:WarrantyInformation

Line warranty information
Warranty information that applies to the catalogue line item.

0..1 cbc:PackLevelCode

Packaging level
The packing level of the catalogue line.

Example value: TU

0..1 cac:LineValidityPeriod

Catalogue line validity period
The period during which the information in the catalogue line is valid. An orderable catalogue item is no longer orderable after the validity period expires. Used for example for promotional items or prices.

0..n cac:ItemComparison

Item comparison

0..n cac:ComponentRelatedItem

Component related item

0..n cac:AccessoryRelatedItem

Accessory related item

0..n cac:RequiredRelatedItem

Required related item

0..n cac:ReplacedRelatedItem

Replaced related item

0..n cac:RequiredItemLocationQuantity

Required Item Location Quantity

1..1 cac:Item

Item information

Identifier/Error message Flag
Element 'cbc:ID' MUST be provided.
Element 'cac:Item' MUST be provided.
Document MUST NOT contain elements not part of the data model.