The structure of the XML documents is the very prescriptive part of the eBIZ/TC Upstream framework:
using the eBIZ/TC Upstream documents, the prescriptions must be completely respected about structure of the documents, names and coding,
optionality or mandatory use of elements, meaning of each element.
Otherwise the documents could be not validable with the XML Schema (that are the only way to check the formal compliance of the documents) or could generate misunderstandings about the meaning of the message on the side of your partners.
The allowable customisations are about the use or not of a document or about the elements of the document that are declared 'optional'; they can be used to simplify the documents (not all the elements are always necessary).
The (template of) eBIZ/TC Upstream documents of each release are on www.ebiz.enea.it or www.moda-ml.org and are represented by:
|Document Traceability Receiving Advice|
Traceability Receiving Advice|
|Description||Traceability Receiving Advise of the goods received upon upon any business transaction|
This guide aims to illustrate to fashion companies the standard XML format of the document type "TRACEABILITY RECEIVING ADVISE", providing instructions for its use in the context of a TRACEABILITY SYSTEM involving Fashion Manufacturers, their customers, third parties and in case customs authorities, eBusiness and eCommerce platforms.
All the rules necessary for the construction and validation of the document are expressed through a specific XML schema, which is presented in detail in the paragraph "Implementation Guide".
The Traceability Receiving Advice is a notice that may be addressed to both the sender of the goods as well as the traceability systems; can be used by the Receiver of the goods (purchased or received on account; including in the case of import) both to confirm the regular receipt of the goods against despatching by partners already within the traceability system as well as to communicate the entry into the traceability system, for example following import; it can also be used to notify discrepancies between what was declared by the sender and what was received and accepted.
In the first and third cases, this document must be used in association with the Traceability Despatching advice document (linked via mandatory cross-references); in the second case (import / entry into the system) the document stands alone.
It is recommended to issue an Receipt Notice for each Shipment Notice.
|Credits||This document was produced by Piero De Sabbata, Arianna Brutti e Gessica Ciaccio for ENEA X-LAB with the contribution of the partners of the TRICK project.|
Specific for TRICK Activity transactions: P1.A2 Incoming material/Traceability Receiving Advice
Traceability Receiving Advice in activity P1.A2 for the TRICK Pilot (Trick context specific)
|Resources specific for TRICK||
[Guide - Specific for TRICK]|
|Used in Processes||