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|Document Textile Printing Commission Order|
Textile Printing Commission Order|
|Description||Printing commission order for a fabric|
The present guide has been issued to assist the companies of the Textile-Clothing sector in the implementation of the standard XML document type “TEXTILE PRINTING COMMISSION ORDER”, providing all the instruction required for its use in the context of e-commerce between Textile Subcontractors and their Customers shown in the enclosed diagram.
All the rules required for the construction and validation of the document are embedded into the specific XML-Schema, which is detailed in section "Implementation guide".
The Printing commission order is used by a Fabric Producer to commit to a Subcontractor the printing of fabric.
When the Issuer of the Commission requires different manufacturing operations in sequence to different Subcontractors, he can used this document not only as work order but also as a despatch order to send the semi-finished product to a successive Subcontractor
As a general rule, the Printing commission order specifies only the manufacturing technology (if required) and the characteristics of the end product of each operation and specifies the components used to manufacture that product
It must be noted that this end product can be, in turn, a component for a successive manufacturing operation
The definition of any "manufacturing parameters" is left to the Subcontractor; sometimes however these parameters can be specified by the Issuer of the Commission itself, that can define machines and machine parameters in the Commission Order
|Credits||This XML document has been realized by Guido Cucchiara supported by Angelo Frascella and Arianna Brutti, XML-Lab (initiative of ENEA and Forum per la Tecnologia dell'Informazione).|
|Best practice||Textile Dyeing-Finishing Order can be used instead of Textile Printing Order when printing is associated to dyeing-finishing operations and these are prevalent.|
|Used in Processes|