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BS ISO/IEC 10021-9:1995

Superseded

Superseded

A superseded Standard is one, which is fully replaced by another Standard, which is a new edition of the same Standard.

Information technology. Message handling systems (MHS) Electronic Data Interchange messaging system

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

15-04-2000

Language(s)

English

Published date

15-01-1996

Foreword
Introduction
Section I - Introduction
1. Scope
2. Normative references
3. Definitions
3.1 Common definitions for MHS
3.2 Common definitions for abstract syntax
    notation one
3.3 Terms imported from EDI service
3.4 Other EDI definitions
3.4.1 Terms imported from EDI for administration,
      commerce and transport
3.4.2 Terms imported from United Nations trade data
      interchange
3.4.3 Terms imported from ANSI X12.5
3.5 EDI messaging system definitions
3.5.1 EDI message store
3.5.2 EDI messaging system
3.5.3 EDI user agent
4. Abbreviations
5. Conventions
5.1 Terms
5.2 ASN.1
5.3 Conventions for Attribute Types in Table 1
5.4 Conventions for Attribute Types in Table 2
6. Information objects
7. Common data types
7.1 EDIM identifier
7.2 Extensions
8. EDI message
8.1 Heading field component types
8.1.1 Interchange recipient/sender
8.1.1.1 Identification code
8.1.1.2 Identification code qualifier
8.1.1.3 Routing address
8.2 Heading fields
8.2.1 This EDIM
8.2.2 Originator
8.2.3 Recipients
8.2.3.1 Recipient
8.2.3.2 Action request
8.2.3.3 EDI notification requests
8.2.3.4 Responsibility passing allowed
8.2.3.5 Interchange recipient
8.2.3.6 Recipient reference
8.2.3.7 Interchange control reference
8.2.3.8 Processing priority code
8.2.3.9 Acknowledgement request
8.2.3.10 Communications agreement id
8.2.3.11 Test indicator
8.2.3.12 Authorization information
8.2.3.13 Recipient extensions
8.2.4 EDIN receiver
8.2.5 Responsibility forwarded
8.2.6 EDI body part type
8.2.7 Incomplete copy
8.2.8 Expiry time
8.2.9 Related messages
8.2.10 Obsoleted EDIMs
8.2.11 EDI application security elements
8.2.12 Cross referencing information
8.2.13 EDI message type
8.2.14 Service string advice
8.2.15 Syntax identifier
8.2.16 Interchange sender
8.2.17 Date and time of preparation
8.2.18 Application reference
8.2.19 Heading extensions
8.3 Body part types
8.3.1 EDI body part
8.3.2 EDIM body part
8.3.3 Externally defined body parts
9. EDI notifications
9.1 Common fields
9.1.1 Subject EDIM
9.1.2 EDI notification originator
9.1.3 First recipient
9.1.4 Notification time
9.1.5 Security elements
9.1.6 EDIN initiator
9.1.7 Notification extensions
9.2 Positive notifications
9.2.1 PN supplementary information
9.2.2 Positive notification extensions
9.3 Negative notifications
9.3.1 Negative notification reason
9.3.2 NN supplementary information
9.3.3 Negative notification extensions
9.4 Forwarded notification
9.4.1 Forwarded to
9.4.2 Forwarded notification reason
9.4.3 FN supplementary information
9.4.4 Forwarded notification extensions
Section 2 - EDI environment and abstract service
definition
10. Primary object types
10.1 EDI messaging user
10.2 EDI messaging system
11. Primary port types
11.1 Origination port
11.2 Reception port
12. Abstract operations
12.1 Origination abstract operations
12.1.1 Originate probe
12.1.2 Originate EDIM
12.1.3 Originate EDIN
12.2 Reception abstract operations
12.2.1 Receive report
12.2.2 Receive EDIM
12.2.3 Receive EDIN
13. Abstract errors
13.1 Recipient improperly specified
14. Other capabilities
15. Secondary object types
15.1 EDI user agent
15.2 EDI message store
15.3 Telematic agent
15.4 Physical delivery access unit
15.5 Message transfer system
16. Secondary port types
16.1 Submission port
16.2 Delivery port
16.3 Retrieval port
16.4 Administration port
16.5 Import port
16.6 Export port
Section 3 - Procedures
17. User agent operation
17.1 Performance of origination operations
17.1.1 Originate probe
17.1.2 Originate EDIM
17.1.3 Originate EDIN
17.2 Invocation of reception operations
17.2.1 Receive report
17.2.2 Receive EDIM
17.2.3 Receive EDIN
17.3 Internal procedures
17.3.1 Acceptance of responsibility
17.3.1.1 Construction of PN
17.3.1.2 Submission of PN
17.3.2 Refusal of responsibility
17.3.2.1 Construction of NN
17.3.2.2 Submission of NN
17.3.2.3 Handling of received EDIM
17.3.3 EDI Forwarding
17.3.3.1 Forwarding of message and responsibility
         forwarded
17.3.3.2 Forwarding of message and responsibility
         accepted
17.3.3.3 Prevention of loops
17.3.3.4 Construction of forwarding EDIM
17.3.3.5 Submission of forwarded EDIM
17.3.3.6 Construction of FN
17.3.3.7 Submission of FN
Section 4 - Message store
18. Message store operation
18.1 Binding to the MS
18.1.1 Abstract-bind argument
18.2 Abstract-bind result
18.3 Creation of information objects
18.3.1 Mapping of an MHS message in MS
18.3.2 Mapping of forwarding messages in MS
18.4 Maintenance of attributes
18.5 Negative notification
18.6 Auto action types
18.6.1 Forwarding with responsibility not accepted
18.6.2 Forwarding with responsibility accepted
18.7 Message store attributes
18.7.1 Summary attributes
18.7.1.1 EDIMS entry type
18.7.1.2 EDIM synopsis
18.7.2 EDI notification indicator
18.7.3 Heading attributes
18.7.3.1 Heading
18.7.3.2 Heading fields
18.7.3.3 Recipient sub-field
18.7.4 Body attributes
18.7.4.1 Body
18.7.4.2 Body analyses
18.7.4.3 Primary body parts
18.7.4.4 Externally defined body part types
18.7.4.5 Externally defined body parts
18.7.5 Notification attributes
18.7.5.1 Common fields
18.7.5.2 Positive notification fields
18.7.5.3 Negative notification fields
18.7.5.4 Forwarded notification fields
18.8 Procedures for an EDI MS
18.8.1 Additional procedures for message delivery
18.8.2 Manual forwarding
19. Message contents
19.1 Content
19.2 Content type
19.3 Content length
19.4 Encoded information types
20. Port realization
21. Conformance
21.1 Origination versus reception

Committee
IST/6
DevelopmentNote
Supersedes 92/68185 DC. (10/2006)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
128
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Superseded
Supersedes

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