|Document Textile Darn Order|
Textile Darn Order|
|Description||Document sent by the Fabric Producer to the Darn Subcontractor to request the darning services (reports the list of the darning operations and related information for each)|
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 DARN ORDER”, providing all the instruction required for its use in any context of e-commerce between Fabric Producers and Darn Subcontractors.
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 document "Textile Darn Order" is used by the Fabric Producer to specify the darning operations required on each fabric piece and possibly the standard (or maximum) worktimes allowed with the related prices.
The Order can refer to one or more pieces and can be used either in conjunction with the "Textile Despatch Advise" (1 DA : 1 Order) or indipendently.
In the first instance the reference to the Despatch Advise must be given in the Header; in the second each piece can have at item level its reference to the transport document with which was sent to the Subcontractor.
EACH ITEM CONTAINS A JOB ORDER FOR ONE OR MORE PIECES OF THE SAME TEXTILE ARTICLE.
The Job cost can be calculated from a metre rate or from an hourly rate times a given operation time or from a combination of both.
|Credits||The first version of this XML document was made in the framework of MODA-ML project by Guido Cucchiara, PROGEMA - Gruppo SOI, supported by Thomas Imolesi and Arianna Brutti, XML-Lab (initiative of ENEA and Forum per la Tecnologia dell'Informazione). Other participants: Alessandro Barberis Canonico (Lanificio Vitale Barberis Canonico), Albino Botto Poala (Lanificio Successori Reda), Gustavo Cametti (Lanificio Piacenza), Massimo Perona (Domina srl), Piero De Sabbata e Piergiorgio Censoni (ENEA) Gianfranco Irico (Lanificio Loro Piana), Luca Mainetti (Politecnico di Milano, Hypermedia Open center), Federico Tamburini e Ivano Begnozzi (Fratelli Corneliani). Subsequent developments in this document have been financed by the TQR consortium, partly self-financed by the partners and the eBIZ 4.0 project More information can be acquired in http://www.ebiz.enea.it.|
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