- Child elements
Card Name Description 1..1 cbc:CustomizationID
Identifies the specification of content and rules that apply to the transaction.
Business process type identifier
Identifies the BII profile or business process context in which the transaction appears.
An transaction instance must contain an identifier. The identifier enables positive referencing the document instance for various purposes including referencing between transactions that are part of the same process.
Dispatch advice issue date
The date when the despatch advice is issued. Format = "YYYY-MM-DD"
Dispatch advice issue time
The time when the despatch advice is issued. Format = "hh:mm:ss"
A textual note for the dispatch as whole.
Order reference information
Despatching party information
The Despatch Party is the person or organization who provides (despatch) the goods or services. The role is carried out by the supplier or on behalf of the supplier. (Despatch Party is sometimes known as the Consignor).
The Consignee is the person or organization to which the products will be shipped and who is taking possession. The role is carried out by the customer or on behalf of the customer.
The buyer is the legal person or organization who buys or purchases the goods or services. The role is carried out by the customer or on behalf of the customer.
The seller is the legal person or organization who sells goods or services to the customer. The role is carried out by the supplier or on behalf of the supplier.
Originator customer party
Despatch advice line
Identifier/Error message Flag PEPPOL-T16-B00101
Element 'cbc:CustomizationID' MUST be provided.
Element 'cbc:ProfileID' MUST be provided.
Element 'cbc:ID' MUST be provided.
Element 'cbc:IssueDate' MUST be provided.
Element 'cac:DespatchSupplierParty' MUST be provided.
Element 'cac:DeliveryCustomerParty' MUST be provided.
Element 'cac:DespatchLine' MUST be provided.
Document MUST not contain schema location.
Document MUST NOT contain elements not part of the data model.