Card Name Description
1..1 ubl:Order  
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:order:3

1..1 •   cbc:ProfileID

Business process type identifier
Identifies the BII profile or business process context in which the transaction appears. Values to be used are either urn:fdc:peppol.eu:poacc:bis:order_only:3 or urn:fdc:peppol.eu:poacc:bis:ordering:3

Example value: urn:fdc:peppol.eu:poacc:bis:order_only:3

1..1 •   cbc:ID

Order identifier
A transaction instance must have an identifier. The identifier enables referencing the transaction for various purposes such as from other transactions that are part of the same process.

Example value: 0-123

0..1 •   cbc:SalesOrderID

Sales order reference
An identifier of a referenced sales order, issued by the Seller.

Example value: 112233

1..1 •   cbc:IssueDate

Order issue date
The date on which the transaction instance was issued.

Example value: 2018-06-01

0..1 •   cbc:IssueTime

Order issue time
The time assigned by the buyer on which the order was issued.

Example value: 14:12:32

0..1 •   cbc:OrderTypeCode

Consignment order indication
Indicates wether the order is a purchase order or consignement order. Default is purchase order.

Example value: 220

0..1 •   cbc:Note

Document level textual note
Free form text applying to the Order. This element may contain notes or any other similar information that is not contained explicitly in another structure.

Example value: Packages of other sizes are OK

1..1 •   cbc:DocumentCurrencyCode

Currency
The default currency for the order.

Example value: NOK

0..1 •   cbc:CustomerReference

Buyer contact
The element is used for the reference of who ordered the products/services. Example being the name of the person ordering, employee number or a code identifying this person or department/group. Also known as "Your reference", and should also be sent in the corresponding invoice.

Example value: oik987

0..1 •   cbc:AccountingCost

Buyers accounting string
Used by the buyer to specify a reference that should be repeated in e.g. invoice to enable the buyer to automatically book e.g. to the right project, or account.

Example value: 1234:45435:243234

0..1 •   cac:ValidityPeriod

Validity period

1..1 •   •   cbc:EndDate

Order validity end date
The end date for when the order is valid. The end date for the time period within which the seller must respond. An order should contain the validity end date

Example value: 2018-06-02

0..1 •   cac:QuotationDocumentReference

Quotation reference
Reference to quotation which is basis for the order

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Quotation document reference
A requirement to give a unique reference to the quotation that is the base for the order.

Example value: 1232424

0..1 •   cac:OrderDocumentReference

Order reference

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Order document reference
Used to reference the initial order that was rejected and a new order is issued.

Example value: 4832423

0..1 •   cac:OriginatorDocumentReference

Originator document

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Originator document reference
A reference to Originator Document. To be able to give a reference to the internal requisition on the buyer site on which the order is based.

Example value: 5435235

0..n •   cac:AdditionalDocumentReference

Additional documents

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Document identifier
An identifier for the referenced document.

Example value: doc-34

0..1 •   •   cbc:DocumentType

Document description
Textual description of the document.

Example value: Timesheet

0..1 •   •   cac:Attachment

Attachment(s)

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:EmbeddedDocumentBinaryObject

Attached document
The attached document embeded as binary object, coded as Base64. The binary object has two supplementary components: a Mime Code, which specifies the Mime type of the attachment and a Filename that is provided by (or on behalf of) the sender of the document

Example value: QklTIE9yZGVyIEFncmVlbWVudCAtIDQyQQ==

M •   •   •   •   @mimeCode

Attached document Mime code
The mime code of the attached document.

Example value: application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.spreadsheetml.sheet

M •   •   •   •   @filename

Attached document filename
The file name of the attached document

Example value: Hours-spent.xsl

0..1 •   •   •   cac:ExternalReference

External reference
Reference to external document

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:URI

External document URI
The Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) that identifies where the external document is located.

Example value: http://www.test.eu/image.jpg

0..1 •   cac:Contract

Contract information
Reference to contract

1..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Reference identifier
Positive identification of the reference such as a unique identifier.

1..1 •   cac:BuyerCustomerParty

Buyer information
Description of buyer

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:EndpointID

Buyer party electronic address
Identifies the buyer party's electronic address

Example value: 7300010000001

M •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for the electronic address

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Buyer party identification
An identification for the buyer party.

Example value: 7300010000001

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Buyer name
Name of buyer The name of the party who orders the listed items.

Example value: Buyer name

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the buyer

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: 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: NL

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyTaxScheme

Buyer tax information

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CompanyID

Buyer TAX identifier
The buyers registered Value Added Tax identifier. To be stated in case reverse charge is to apply to the purchase.

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:TaxScheme

Tax scheme

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Mandatory element. E.g. "VAT" or "GST"

Example value: VAT or GST

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyLegalEntity

Buyer legal information

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:RegistrationName

Buyers legal registration name
The official name of the party as registered with the relevant fiscal authority.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CompanyID

Buyers legal registration identifier
Identifies a company as registered with the company registration scheme.

Example value: 987654321

O •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
The identification scheme identifier of the buyer legal registration identifier.

Example value: 0002

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:RegistrationAddress

Legal address

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

Buyers legal registration address city name
Associates with the registered address of the party within a Corporate Registration Scheme. The name of a city, town, or village.

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: NL

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Contact

Contact information
Buyer 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:SellerSupplierParty

Seller information
Description of seller

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:EndpointID

Seller party electronic address
Identifies the seller party's electronic address

Example value: 7300010000001

M •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for the electronic address

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Seller party identification
Identifies a party.

Example value: 7300010000001

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name
Name of seller

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Seller party trading name
The trading name of the party.

Example value: Seller name

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the Seller

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: 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: NL

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyLegalEntity

Seller legal information

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:RegistrationName

Seller legal registration name
The official name of the party as registered with the relevant fiscal authority.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CompanyID

Seller legal registration identifier
Identifies a company as registered with the company registration scheme.

Example value: 987654321

O •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
The identification scheme identifier of the buyer legal registration identifier.

Example value: 0002

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:RegistrationAddress

Legal address

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

Sellers legal registration address city name
Associates with the registered address of the party within a Corporate Registration Scheme. The name of a city, town, or village.

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: NL

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Contact

Contact
Seller 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.

0..1 •   cac:OriginatorCustomerParty

Originator party
Information regarding the originator of the order

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information
Description of the originator party

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification
Identification of the originator

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Originator identifier
Identifies a party.

Example value: 7300010000001

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name
Name of the originator

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Originator name
The name of the party.

Example value: Originator name

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Contact

Contact
The originators 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.

0..1 •   cac:AccountingCustomerParty

Invoicee party
Information regarding the receiver of the invoice based on the order (Invoicee)

1..1 •   •   cac:Party

Party information
Description of the invoicee party

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:EndpointID

Invoicee party electronic address
Identifies the invoicee party's electronic address

Example value: 7300010000001

M •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for the electronic address

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification
Identification of the invoicee party

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Invoicee identifier
An identifer for the invoicee party.

Example value: 7300010000001

o •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Invoicee name
The name of the party who should be invoiced for the ordered items (invoicee).

Example value: Invoicee name

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Postal address
Postal address of the invoicee

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:StreetName

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

Example value: The main address line in the 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: 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: NL

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyTaxScheme

Party tax scheme
Tax information of the invoicee party

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CompanyID

Invoicee TAX identifier
The invoicees registered Value Added Tax identifier

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:TaxScheme

Tax scheme

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Tax scheme identifier. E.g. "VAT" or "GST"

Example value: VAT or GST

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyLegalEntity

Party legal entity
Legal information of the invoicee party

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:RegistrationName

Invoicee's Legal registration name
The official name of the invoicee party as registered with the relevant fiscal authority.

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:CompanyID

Company identifier
Identifies a company as registered with the company registration scheme.

Example value: 987654321

O •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Buyer legal registration identifier identification scheme identifier
The identification scheme identifier of the buyer legal registration identifier.

Example value: 0002

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:RegistrationAddress

Legal registration address

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:CityName

City name
Associates with the registered address of the party within a Corporate Registration Scheme. The name of a city, town, or village.

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: NL

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Contact

Contact
Invoicee 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.

0..1 •   cac:Delivery

Delivery information

0..1 •   •   cac:DeliveryLocation

Delivery location

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:ID

Delivery location ID
An identifer for the location to where the ordered items should be delivered.

Example value: 7300010000001

O •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Deliver to location identifier identification scheme identifier
The identification scheme identifier of the Deliver to location identifier.

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:Name

Delivery location name
A name of the location to where the ordered items should be delivered.

Example value: South side goods arrival dock

1..1 •   •   •   cac:Address

Delivery address

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

1..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: 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: NL

0..1 •   •   cac:RequestedDeliveryPeriod

Requested delivery period

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:StartDate

Period start date
The date on which the period starts. The start dates counts as part of the period.Format ="YYYY-MM-DD"

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:EndDate

Period end date
The date on which the period ends. The end date counts as part of the period.Format ="YYYY-MM-DD"

0..1 •   •   cac:DeliveryParty

Delivery party

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification
Identification of the delivery party. The party to whom the goods are delivered

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Delivery party identifier
In this BIS: The identifier of the party that should receive the ordered items

Example value: 987654321

O •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Deliver party registration identifier identification scheme identifier
The identification scheme identifier of the deliverparty identifier.

Example value: 0002

1..1 •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Delivery party name
In this BIS: The name of the party that should receive the delivery

Example value: Surgery department

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Contact

Contact information
Contact information for the delivery party

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.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:PostalAddress

Final Delivery address
The final address for the delivery

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

1..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: 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: NL

0..1 •   cac:DeliveryTerms

Terms of delivery

0..1 •   •   cbc:ID

Delivery terms identifier
Delivery terms identifier, normally Incoterms

Example value: FOB

0..1 •   •   cbc:SpecialTerms

Delivery special terms
A description of special conditions relating to the Delivery Terms.

0..1 •   •   cac:DeliveryLocation

Delivery location information

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:ID

Delivery terms location
The location to which the delivery terms refer. Used to qualify the delivery terms e.g. "Terms of delivery are FOB Rotterdam"

Example value: Rotterdam

0..1 •   cac:PaymentTerms

Payment terms

1..1 •   •   cbc:Note

Payment terms
Payment terms for the order described in text

0..n •   cac:AllowanceCharge

Allowance and charge information
Allowances and charges for the order

1..1 •   •   cbc:ChargeIndicator

AllowanceChargeIndicator
Indicator used to state if the following is an allowance or charge. true = Charge, false = Allowance

Example value: false

0..1 •   •   cbc:AllowanceChargeReasonCode

Document level allowance or charge reason code
The reason for the document level allowance or charge, expressed as a code. For allowances a subset of codelist UNCL5189 is to be used, and for charges codelist UNCL7161 applies. The Document level allowance reason code and the Document level allowance reason shall indicate the same allowance reason

Example value: 95

1..1 •   •   cbc:AllowanceChargeReason

Allowance and charges reason
A textual reason for the allowance or the charge. Can also be its name. The Document level allowance reason code and the Document level allowance reason shall indicate the same allowance reason

0..1 •   •   cbc:MultiplierFactorNumeric

Document level allowance or charge percentage
The percentage that may be used, in conjunction with the document level allowance base amount, to calculate the document level allowance or charge amount. To state 20%, use value 20.

Example value: 20

1..1 •   •   cbc:Amount

Allowance and charge amount
The net amount of the allowance or the charge exluding TAX.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier
Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cbc:BaseAmount

Document level allowance or charge base amount
The base amount that may be used, in conjunction with the document level allowance or charge percentage, to calculate the document level allowance or charge amount. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals

Example value: 1000

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cac:TaxCategory

Tax category

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:ID

TAX category code
The TAX category code that applies to the document level allowance or charge.

Example value: S

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:Percent

TAX rate
The TAX rate, represented as percentage that applies to the document level allowance or charge. As this element is of data type percentage, please note that no %-sign should be used. To state 25 %, use value 25.00

Example value: 25.00

1..1 •   •   •   cac:TaxScheme

Tax scheme information

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Tax scheme identifier. E.g. “VAT” or “GST”

Example value: VAT or GST

0..1 •   cac:TaxTotal

Tax total
Specification of expected tax amount

1..1 •   •   cbc:TaxAmount

TAX total amount
The total TAX amount that is "added to the document total w/o TAX". This is the sum of all TAX subcategory amounts. The expected Tax Total in the corresponding invoice.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   cac:AnticipatedMonetaryTotal

Anticipated monetary total
Estimated total amounts for the order

1..1 •   •   cbc:LineExtensionAmount

Sum of line amounts
Sum of line amounts in the document.The total of Line Extension Amounts net of tax and settlement discounts. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cbc:TaxExclusiveAmount

Document total without TAX
The "Sum of line amounts" plus "sum of allowances on document level" plus "sum of charges on document level". Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cbc:TaxInclusiveAmount

Document total including TAX
The total value including TAX. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cbc:AllowanceTotalAmount

Sum of allowances on document level
Sum of all allowances on header level in the document. Allowances on line level are included in the line amount and summed up into the "sum of line amounts". Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cbc:ChargeTotalAmount

Sum of charges on document level
Sum of all charge on header level in the document. Charges on line level are included in the line amount and summed up into the "sum of line amounts". Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cbc:PrepaidAmount

Prepaid amounts
Any amounts that have been paid a-priory. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   cbc:PayableRoundingAmount

Rounding of document total
The amount to be added to the total to round the amount to be paid. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

1..1 •   •   cbc:PayableAmount

Payable amount
The amount that is expected to be paid. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

1..n •   cac:OrderLine

Order line
Specification of order lines

0..1 •   •   cbc:Note

Order line note
Free-form text applying to the Order Line. This element may contain notes or any other similar information that is not contained explicitly in another structure. Is to capture any free form description related to the order line as a whole.

1..1 •   •   cac:LineItem

Line item
Description of line item

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:ID

Line item identifier
Identifies the Line Item assigned by the buyer, the identifier must be unique within the order.

Example value: 1

1..1 •   •   •   cbc:Quantity

Ordered quantity
The quantity of Items for the Line Item. The quantity for the order line.

Example value: 10

M •   •   •   •   @unitCode

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

Example value: C62

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:LineExtensionAmount

Order line amount
The total amount for the Line Item, including Allowance Charges but net of taxes. The expected line amount excluding TAX but inclusive of other charges, allowances and taxes.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:PartialDeliveryIndicator

Partial delivery indicator
Indicates if the line items must be delivered in a single shipment. Default is that partial delivery is allowed (true)

Default value: true

0..1 •   •   •   cbc:AccountingCost

Buyers accounting string
The buyer's accounting information applied to the Line Item, expressed as text.

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Delivery

Line delivery information
Delivery information for the order line

1..1 •   •   •   •   cac:RequestedDeliveryPeriod

Order line requested delivery period
Requested delivery period for the order line

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:StartDate

Period start date
The date on which the period starts. The start dates counts as part of the period. Format ="YYYY-MM-DD"

Example value: 2018-09-03

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:EndDate

Period end date
The date on which the period ends. The end date counts as part of the period.Format ="YYYY-MM-DD"

Example value: 2018-09-15

0..1 •   •   •   cac:OriginatorParty

Originator information
Information regarding the originator of the order line

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:PartyIdentification

Party identification
Identification of the originator

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Order line originator party ID
The party who originated Order.

Example value: 7300010000001

o •   •   •   •   •   •   @schemeID

Scheme identifier
Scheme identifier for party identification

Example value: 0088

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:PartyName

Party name
Name of the originator

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Order line originator party name
The party who originated Order.

Example value: Originator name

0..n •   •   •   cac:AllowanceCharge

Order line allowance and charges
A group of business terms providing information about allowances or charges applicable to the individual order line.

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:ChargeIndicator

Use “true” when informing about Charges and “false” when informing about Allowances

Example value: false

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:AllowanceChargeReasonCode

Line level allowance or charge reason code
The reason for the line level allowance or charge, expressed as a code. For allowances a subset of codelist UNCL5189 is to be used, and for charges codelist UNCL7161 applies. The Document level allowance reason code and the Document level allowance reason shall indicate the same allowance reason

Example value: 95

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:AllowanceChargeReason

Line level allowance or charge reason
The reason for the line level allowance or charge, expressed as text. The Document level allowance reason code and the Document level allowance reason shall indicate the same allowance reason

Example value: Discount

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:MultiplierFactorNumeric

Line level allowance or charge percentage
The percentage that may be used, in conjunction with the line level allowance base amount, to calculate the line level allowance or charge amount.

Example value: 20

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Amount

Line level allowance or charge amount
The amount of an allowance or a charge, without TAX. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:BaseAmount

Line level allowance or charge base amount
The base amount that may be used, in conjunction with the line level allowance or charge percentage, to calculate the line level allowance or charge amount. Must be rounded to maximum 2 decimals

Example value: 1000

M •   •   •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   •   cac:Price

Price information

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:PriceAmount

Item price
The net price of the item including all allowances, charges and taxes but exluding TAX. Although price is an optional element in an order it recommended as best practice to either state the price or provide reference to an appropriate source from which the price can be identified such as a contract, catalogue or a quote.

Example value: 211.124

M •   •   •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:BaseQuantity

Item price base quantity
The actual quantity to which the price applies.

Default value: 1

O •   •   •   •   •   @unitCode

Base quantity unit of measure
The unit of measure that applies to the base quantity.

Example value: C62

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:AllowanceCharge

Price discount information
Information on discounts connected to the price

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ChargeIndicator

AllowanceChargeIndicator
Only discounts are allowed for the price, hence the only valid value is false (meaning an allowance)

Fixed value: false

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Amount

Discount amount
Discount amount connected to the price

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:BaseAmount

Item list price
The gross price of the item before subtracting discounts. E.g. list price.

Example value: 200

M •   •   •   •   •   •   @currencyID

Currency identifier, value must be the same as what is used in tir01-007, DocumentCurrencyCode.

Example value: EUR

1..1 •   •   •   cac:Item

Item information

0..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Description

Item description
Free-form field that can be used to give a text description of the item. A detailed description of the item.

1..1 •   •   •   •   cbc:Name

Item name
A short name for an item. A short name given to an item, such as a name from a Catalogue, as distinct from a description.

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: abc32432

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 •   •   •   •   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..n •   •   •   •   cac:ItemSpecificationDocumentReference

Item specification reference
Referece to an item specification document

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Document reference identifier
Reference to an external document (ID) when it is necessary to specify the details of the item.

Example value: doc4353.pdf

0..n •   •   •   •   cac:CommodityClassification

Commodity classification information

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ItemClassificationCode

Item classification code
A code for classifying the item by its type or nature. Classification codes are used to allow grouping of similar items for a various purposes e.g. public procurement (CPV), e-Commerce (UNSPSC) etc.

Example value: 9873242

M •   •   •   •   •   •   @listID

Item classification identifier identification scheme identifier
The identification scheme identifier of the Item classification identifier

Example value: STI

O •   •   •   •   •   •   @listVersionID

Item classification identifier version identification scheme identifier
The identification scheme version identifier of the Item classification identifier

Example value: 20.0602

O •   •   •   •   •   •   @name

Clear text name equivalent of classification code
The textual equivalent of the code value

Example value: Office furniture

0..1 •   •   •   •   cac:ClassifiedTaxCategory

Line TAX information

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Item TAX category code
The TAX category code for the item.

Example value: S

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:Percent

Line TAX rate
The TAX percentage rate that applies to the line amount.

Example value: 25

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   cac:TaxScheme

Tax scheme information

1..1 •   •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ID

Tax scheme. E.g. “VAT” or “GST”

Example value: VAT or GST

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: Color

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: Red

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: 10

M •   •   •   •   •   •   @unitCode

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

Example value: C62

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:ValueQualifier

Property classification
Standardized and predefined classification of items properties.

0..n •   •   •   •   cac:ItemInstance

Item instance information
Information relevant to an item instance or shared by the items in the order line.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cbc:SerialID

Item serial identification
An identifier that is specific to the items in the order line.

0..1 •   •   •   •   •   cac:LotIdentification

Item lot information
Information about the production lot which the order line items come from.

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

Item lot identifier
An identifier for the production lot which the order line items come from.