Information about an Order Reference.
|OrderReference Constructor||Default constructor.|
|OrderReference Copy Constructor||Copy constructor. (Only C++)|
|OrderReference Constructor with required values||Constructor with required values. (Only C++, .NET)|
|ID||1||Identifier. Identifies the referenced Order assigned by the buyer. (Ex: "PO-001" "3333-44-123")|
|SalesOrderID||0..1||Sales Order Identifier. Identifies the referenced Order assigned by the seller.|
|CopyIndicator||0..1||Indicator. Indicates whether the referenced Order is a copy (true) or the original (false).|
|UUID||0..1||UUID. A universally unique identifier for an instance of this ABIE.|
|IssueDate||0..1||Issue Date. The date on which the referenced Order was issued.|
|IssueTime||0..1||Issue Time. The time at which the referenced Order was issued.|
|CustomerReference||0..1||Reference. A reference used (CRI) for tagging purchasing card transactions. (Ex: Customer Reference Identifier (CRI) when using a puchasing card)|
|DocumentReference||0..1||Document Reference. An association to Document Reference.|
|Operator=||Overloading of Assignment Operator. (Only C++)|
Public static members of this type are safe for multithreaded operations. Instance members are not guaranteed to be thread-safe.