Dycode SimpleUBL UBL 2.0 Class Library

Catalogue Class

Remarks

The document that describes items, prices, and price validity.

Public Instance Constructors

Catalogue Constructor Default constructor.
Catalogue Copy Constructor Copy constructor. (Only C++)
Catalogue Constructor with required values Constructor with required values. (Only C++, .NET)

Public Instance Properties

 
Property UBL 2.0OIO UBLNES UBL Description
UBLVersionID0..111 UBL Version Identifier. The earliest version of the UBL 2 schema for this document type that defines all of the elements that might be encountered in the current instance. (Ex: 2.0.5)
UBLExtensions0..10..1  A container for all extensions present in the document.
CustomizationID0..111 Customization Identifier. Identifies a user-defined customization of UBL for a specific use. (Ex: NES)
ProfileID0..111 Profile Identifier. Identifies a user-defined profile of the customization of UBL being used. (Ex: BasicProcurementProcess)
ID111 Identifier. An identifier for the Catalogue assigned by the Seller.
UUID0..10..10..1 UUID. A universally unique identifier for an instance of this ABIE.
Name0..10..10..1 Name. Text that identifies the Catalogue to business users. (Ex: "winter 2005 collection")
IssueDate111 Issue Date. The date when the catalogue was issued.
IssueTime0..10..10..1 Issue Time. The time when the catalogue was issued.
RevisionDate0..10..10..1 Revision Date. The date (assigned by the Seller Party) at which the information in the catalogue was revised.
RevisionTime0..10..1  Revision Time. The time (assigned by the Seller Party) at which the information in the catalogue was revised.
Notes0..n0..n0..n Note. Free-form text applying to the Catalogue. This element may contain notes or any other similar information that is not contained explicitly in another structure.
Descriptions0..n0..n0..n Description. Textual description of the document instance. (Ex: "computer accessories for laptops")
VersionID0..111 Version. Indicates the current version of the catalogue. (Ex: "1.1")
PreviousVersionID0..10..10..1 Version. Identifies the previous version of the Catalogue which is superceded by this version. (Ex: "1.0")
LineCountNumeric0..1   Line Count. The number of lines in the document.
ValidityPeriods0..n10..1 Period. The period assigned by the Seller during which the information in the Catalogue is effective. This may be given as start and end dates or a duration.
RevesrencedContract0..n0..10..2 Contract. An association to a framework agreement or contract.
Signatures0..n0..n0..n Signature. An association to Signature.
ProviderParty111 Party. An association to the Catalogue Provider Party.
ReceiverParty111 Party. An association to the Catalogue Receiver Party.
SellerSupplierParty0..111 Supplier Party. The Supplier Party responsible for the contract to which the Catalogue relates.
ContractorCustomerParty0..10..10..1 Customer Party. The Customer Party responsible for the contract to which the Catalogue relates.
TradingTerms0..n0..n0..n Trading Terms. An association to trading terms.
CatalogueLines1..n1..n1..n Catalogue Line. An association to one or more Catalogue Lines.
 
XML XML Document in the string format.

Public Instance Methods

GetSchemaValidationErrors Validate document by schema. If document is not valid, return validation error.
GetSchemaValidationErrorsFromXML Validate XML by schema. If XML is not valid, return validation error.
GetValueValidationErrors Validate document by value. If document is not valid, return validation error.
GetValueValidationErrorsFromXML Validate XML by value. If XML is not valid, return validation error.
GetValidationErrors Validate document by schema and then by value. If document is not valid, return validation error.
GetValidationErrorsFromXML Validate XML by schema and then by value. If XML is not valid, return validation error.
Write Write document XML.
Read Read document XML.

Public Operators

Operator=Overloading of Assignment Operator. (Only C++)

Thread Safety

Public static members of this type are safe for multithreaded operations. Instance members are not guaranteed to be thread-safe.

See Also

Catalogue Properties | Dycode.SimpleUBL