Card Name Description
1..1 ubl:DespatchAdvice  
1..1 •   cbc:CustomizationID

Specification identification
Identifies the specification of content and rules that apply to the transaction.

Example value: urn:fdc:peppol.eu:poacc:trns:despatch_advice:3

1..1 •   cbc:ProfileID

Business process type identifier
Identifies the BII profile or business process context in which the transaction appears.

Fixed value: urn:fdc:peppol.eu:poacc:bis:despatch_advice:3

1..1 •   cbc:ID

Document identifier
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.

Example value: 123

1..1 •   cbc:IssueDate

Dispatch advice issue date
The date when the despatch advice is issued. Format = "YYYY-MM-DD"

Example value: 2018-05-25

0..1 •   cbc:IssueTime

Dispatch advice issue time
The time when the despatch advice is issued. Format = "hh:mm:ss"

Example value: 11:34:56

0..1 •   cbc:Note

Dispatch note
A textual note for the dispatch as whole.

0..n •   cac:OrderReference

Order reference information

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Order reference
Used to provide a reference to the order on which the despatch is based.

1..1 •   cac:DespatchSupplierParty

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).

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:EndpointID

Despatch party electronic address
Identifies the despatch party's electronic address

Example value: 7300010000001

M •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for electronic address

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Despatching party identifier
The identifier of the despatching party

Example value: DK88777654

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0184

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the depatching party

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StreetName

Address line 1
The main address line in a postal address usually the street name and number.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:AdditionalStreetName

Address line 2
An additional address line in a postal address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line. Common use are secondary house number in a complex or in a building.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

City
The common name of the city where the postal address is. The name is written in full rather than as a code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:PostalZone

Post code
The identifier for an addressable group of properties according to the relevant national postal service, such as a ZIP code or Post Code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CountrySubentity

Country subdivision
For specifying a region, county, state, province etc. within a country by using text.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:AddressLine

Address Line

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Line

Address line 3
An additional address line in an address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line.

Example value: Use gate 34

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:Country

Country

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:IdentificationCode

Country code
A code that identifies the country.The lists of valid countries are registered with the ISO 3166-1 Maintenance agency, "Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions". Codes must be according to the alpha-2 representation.

Example value: DK

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyLegalEntity

Party Name

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:RegistrationName

Dispatching party name
The name of the dispatching party

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Contact

Contact information

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Contact person name
The name of the contact person.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Telephone

Contact telephone number
A phone number for the contact person. If the person has a direct number, this is that number.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ElectronicMail

Contact email address
The e-mail address for the contact person. If the person has a direct e-mail this is that email.

1..1 •   cac:DeliveryCustomerParty

Consignee information
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.

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:EndpointID

Consignee party electronic address
Identifies the consignee party's electronic address

Example value: 7300010000001

M •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for electronic address

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Consignee party identifier
The receiving party identifier.

Example value: DK88777654

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0184

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the consignee

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StreetName

Address line 1
The main address line in a postal address usually the street name and number.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:AdditionalStreetName

Address line 2
An additional address line in a postal address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line. Common use are secondary house number in a complex or in a building.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

City
The common name of the city where the postal address is. The name is written in full rather than as a code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:PostalZone

Post code
The identifier for an addressable group of properties according to the relevant national postal service, such as a ZIP code or Post Code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CountrySubentity

Country subdivision
For specifying a region, county, state, province etc. within a country by using text.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:AddressLine

Address Line

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Line

Address line 3
An additional address line in an address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line.

Example value: Use gate 34

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:Country

Country

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:IdentificationCode

Country code
A code that identifies the country.The lists of valid countries are registered with the ISO 3166-1 Maintenance agency, "Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions". Codes must be according to the alpha-2 representation.

Example value: DK

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyLegalEntity

Buyer legal party

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:RegistrationName

Consignee party name
The name of the receiving party.

Example value: Customer AS

0..1 •   •   cac:DeliveryContact

Contact information

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:Name

Contact person name
The name of the contact person.

Example value: Ole Olsen

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:Telephone

Contact telephone number
A phone number for the contact person. If the person has a direct number, this is that number.

Example value: 983724934

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:ElectronicMail

Contact email address
The e-mail address for the contact person. If the person has a direct e-mail this is that email.

Example value: foo@bar.com

0..1 •   cac:BuyerCustomerParty

Buyer
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.

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Buying party identifier
The buying party identifier

Example value: DK88777654

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0184

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Buying party name
The name of the buying party

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the customer

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StreetName

Address line 1
The main address line in a postal address usually the street name and number.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:AdditionalStreetName

Address line 2
An additional address line in a postal address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line. Common use are secondary house number in a complex or in a building.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

City
The common name of the city where the postal address is. The name is written in full rather than as a code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:PostalZone

Post code
The identifier for an addressable group of properties according to the relevant national postal service, such as a ZIP code or Post Code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CountrySubentity

Country subdivision
For specifying a region, county, state, province etc. within a country by using text.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:AddressLine

Address Line

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Line

Address line 3
An additional address line in an address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line.

Example value: Use gate 34

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:Country

Country

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:IdentificationCode

Country code
A code that identifies the country.The lists of valid countries are registered with the ISO 3166-1 Maintenance agency, "Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions". Codes must be according to the alpha-2 representation.

Example value: DK

0..1 •   cac:SellerSupplierParty

Seller
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.

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Selling party identifier
An identifier for the seller party.

Example value: DK88777654

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0184

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Selling party name
The seller party name.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the supplier

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StreetName

Address line 1
The main address line in a postal address usually the street name and number.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:AdditionalStreetName

Address line 2
An additional address line in a postal address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line. Common use are secondary house number in a complex or in a building.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

City
The common name of the city where the postal address is. The name is written in full rather than as a code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:PostalZone

Post code
The identifier for an addressable group of properties according to the relevant national postal service, such as a ZIP code or Post Code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CountrySubentity

Country subdivision
For specifying a region, county, state, province etc. within a country by using text.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:AddressLine

Address Line

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Line

Address line 3
An additional address line in an address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line.

Example value: Use gate 34

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:Country

Country

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:IdentificationCode

Country code
A code that identifies the country.The lists of valid countries are registered with the ISO 3166-1 Maintenance agency, "Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions". Codes must be according to the alpha-2 representation.

Example value: DK

0..1 •   cac:OriginatorCustomerParty

Originator customer party

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Originating party identifier
The originator party identifier.

Example value: DK88777654

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0184

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Originating party name
The originator party name.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the originator

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StreetName

Address line 1
The main address line in a postal address usually the street name and number.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:AdditionalStreetName

Address line 2
An additional address line in a postal address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line. Common use are secondary house number in a complex or in a building.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

City
The common name of the city where the postal address is. The name is written in full rather than as a code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:PostalZone

Post code
The identifier for an addressable group of properties according to the relevant national postal service, such as a ZIP code or Post Code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CountrySubentity

Country subdivision
For specifying a region, county, state, province etc. within a country by using text.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:AddressLine

Address Line

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Line

Address line 3
An additional address line in an address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line.

Example value: Use gate 34

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:Country

Country

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:IdentificationCode

Country code
A code that identifies the country.The lists of valid countries are registered with the ISO 3166-1 Maintenance agency, "Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions". Codes must be according to the alpha-2 representation.

Example value: DK

0..1 •   cac:Shipment

Shipment information

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Shipment identifier
Identifies a shipment.

0..n •   •   cbc:Information

Shipment description
Free-form text applying to a shipment. This element may contain notes or any other similar information that is not contained explicitly in another structure.

0..1 •   •   cbc:GrossWeightMeasure

Shipment gross weight
The total weight of the shipment including packaging, as dispatched from the dispatching party.

M •   •   •   @unitCode

Shipment quantity unit of measure
The unit of measure that applies to the shipment quantity.

Example value: CTN

0..1 •   •   cbc:GrossVolumeMeasure

Shipment gross volume
The total volume of the shipment including packaging, as dispatched from the dispatching party.

M •   •   •   @unitCode

Shipment volume unit of measure
The unit of measure that applies to the shipment volume.

Example value: M3

0..1 •   •   cbc:TotalTransportHandlingUnitQuantity

Total number of transport handling units

0..1 •   •   cac:Consignment

Consignment information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:ID

Consignment identifier
An association to Consignment covering the shipment. Unique number assigned to goods, both for import and export.

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:Information

Vehicle description
Description and/or identification of the vehicle that tranpsorts the despatched shipment.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:CarrierParty

Carrier party

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Carrier name
The name of the carrier that handles the delivery of the dispatched shipment.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:Person

Information about the driver

1..n •   •   •   •   •   cac:IdentityDocumentReference

Person identity document reference

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Driver information
Identification about the driver of the vehicle that delivers the despatched shipment.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   •   cbc:DocumentType

Driver identification document type
The type of document used for identifying the driver, expressed in text.

0..1 •   •   cac:Delivery

Delivery information

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:TrackingID

Delivery tracking identifier
Used to provide a tracking id for delvivery e.g. UPS or postal.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:EstimatedDeliveryPeriod

Estimated delivery period

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StartDate

Period start date
The start date of the period

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StartTime

Period start time
The start time of the period.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:EndDate

Period end date
The end date of the period.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:EndTime

Period end time
The end time of the period.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Despatch

Actual or expected despatch period

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ActualDespatchDate

Shipment dispatch date
The actual or expected date when the shipment was dispatched from the dispatching party.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ActualDespatchTime

Shipment dispatch time
The actual or expected time when the shipment was dispatched from the dispatching party.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:DespatchAddress

Despatch address

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Identifier

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:StreetName

Address line 1
The main address line in a postal address usually the street name and number.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:AdditionalStreetName

Address line 2
An additional address line in a postal address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line. Common use are secondary house number in a complex or in a building.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

City
The common name of the city where the postal address is. The name is written in full rather than as a code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:PostalZone

Post code
The identifier for an addressable group of properties according to the relevant national postal service, such as a ZIP code or Post Code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:CountrySubentity

Country subdivision
For specifying a region, county, state, province etc. within a country by using text.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cac:AddressLine

Address Line

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Line

Address line 3
An additional address line in an address that can be used to give further details supplementing the main line.

Example value: Use gate 34

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cac:Country

Country

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   •   cbc:IdentificationCode

Country code
A code that identifies the country.The lists of valid countries are registered with the ISO 3166-1 Maintenance agency, "Codes for the representation of names of countries and their subdivisions". Codes must be according to the alpha-2 representation.

Example value: DK

1..n •   cac:DespatchLine

Despatch advice line

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Dispatch line identifier
A indentifier for the individual line in the despatch advice.

0..1 •   •   cbc:Note

Dispatch line note
General note regarding the despach advice line. Free-form text applying to the Despatch Line. This element may contain notes or any other similar information that is not contained explicitly in another structure.

0..1 •   •   cbc:DeliveredQuantity

Delivererd quantity
The quantity that is despatched in the line.

M •   •   •   @unitCode

Ordered quantity unit of measure
The unit of measure that applies to the ordered quantity.

Example value: C62

0..1 •   •   cbc:OutstandingQuantity

Outstanding quantity
The quantity outstanding (which will follow in a later shipment).

M •   •   •   @unitCode

Ordered quantity unit of measure
The unit of measure that applies to the ordered quantity.

Example value: C62

0..n •   •   cbc:OutstandingReason

Outstanding quantity reason
The reason for the outstanding quantity.

1..1 •   •   cac:OrderLineReference

Order line reference

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:LineID

Order line identifier
To uniquely identify the line of the order that is being despatched.

1..1 •   •   •   cac:OrderReference

Order reference

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Order identifier
Identifies the order that the reference order line belongs to.

1..1 •   •   cac:Item

Item information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:Name

Item name
A short name for an item.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:BuyersItemIdentification

Buyers item identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Buyers item identifier
An identifier, assigned by the buyer, for the item. Associates the item with its identification according to the buyer's system.

Example value: 111111

0..1 •   •   •   cac:SellersItemIdentification

Sellers item identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

The Sellers item identifier
An identifier, assigned by the seller, for the item. Associates the item with its identification according to the seller's system.

Example value: 3249834

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ExtendedID

The sellers extended item identifier
An extended identifier for the item that identifies the item with specific properties, e.g., Item 123 = Chair / Item 123 Ext 45 = brown chair.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:StandardItemIdentification

Standard item identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Item standard identifier
An item identifier based on a registered scheme. Associates the item with its identification according to a standard system.

Example value: 05704066204093

M •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Item standard identifier identification scheme identifier
The identification scheme identifier of the Item standard identifier

Example value: 0160

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ExtendedID

Item standard extended identifier
with specific properties, e.g., Item 123 = Chair / Item 123 Ext 45 = brown chair.

0..n •   •   •   cac:HazardousItem

Hazardous item information

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:UNDGCode

Hazardous item UNDG code
The identifier assigned to transportable hazardous goods by the United Nations, expressed as a code.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:HazardClassID

Haszardous hazard class Identifier
Identifies a hazard class applicable to dangerous goods as defined by the relevant regulation authority, such as the IMDG Class Number of the SOLAS Convention ofIMO and the ADR/RID Class Number for the road/rail environment.

0..n •   •   •   cac:AdditionalItemProperty

Additional item property information
A group of business terms providing information about properties of the goods and services invoiced.

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Item property name
The name of the property.The name must be sufficiently descriptive to define the value. The definition may be supplemented with the property unit of measure when relevant.

Example value: NPLId

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:NameCode

Item property code
Code for the item property according to a property code system.

M •   •   •   •   •   @listID

Name code list id.
An identifier for the code list used for the Name code, this is bilaterally agreed

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Value

Item property value
The value of the item property.

Example value: 20300709400050

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ValueQuantity

Item property unit of measure
The unit of measure in which the property value is stated, if relevant. May not be relevant when properties are descriptive.

Example value: 5

M •   •   •   •   •   @unitCode

Value quantity unit of measure
The unit of measure that applies to the value quantity.

Example value: XCS

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ValueQualifier

Property classification
Standardized and predefined classification of items properties.

0..n •   •   •   cac:ItemInstance

Item instance information

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ManufactureDate

Item manufactured date
The manufacturing date of all items listed in this dispatch line.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:BestBeforeDate

Item best before date
The best before date of all items listed in this dispatch line.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:SerialID

Item serial numbers
Serial numbers for items listed in the dispatch line.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:LotIdentification

Lot identifictation

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:LotNumberID

Item batch number
The batch number that applies to all items in the dispatch line.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ExpiryDate

Item expiry date
The expiry date of all items listed in this dispatch line.

0..1 •   •   cac:Shipment

Shipment information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:ID

Shipment identifier
Element is mandated by syntax structure use value NA

Fixed value: NA

0..n •   •   •   cac:TransportHandlingUnit

Transport handling unit information

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Handling unit identifier
Identifies the transport handling unit.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:TransportHandlingUnitTypeCode

Handling unit type
The type of packaging that represent the handling unit, such as box, pallet, container etx.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:HazardousRiskIndicator

Handling unit hazardous indicator
Indicates whether the shipment contains hazardous materials.

0..n •   •   •   •   cbc:ShippingMarks

Handling unit shipping marks
Free-form description of the marks and numbers on a transport unit or package.

0..n •   •   •   •   cac:MeasurementDimension

Measurement dimentions

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:AttributeID

Attribute identifier
Code to indicate if the measure is gross weight or gross volume

Example value: AAW

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Measure

Handling unit gross weight or handling unit gross volume
Handling gross weight, including packaging as dispatched by dispatching party.Handling gross volume, including packaging as dispatched by dispatching party.

M •   •   •   •   •   •   @unitCode

Handling unit gross weight or volume unit of measure
The unit of measure that applies to the handling unit gross weight or to the handling unit gross volume.

Example value: CTN

0..n •   •   •   •   cac:Package

Package information

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Package identifier
An identifier for this package

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:PackagingTypeCode

Packaging type code
The type of packaging used, such as box, pallet, container etx.