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||Informatie-integratie en interoperabiliteit
This part of ISO 8000 specifies requirements that can be checked by computer for the exchange, between organizations and systems, of master data that consists of characteristic data. EXAMPLE 1 This part of ISO 8000 applies to a message that a supplier sends a customer, containing characteristic data describing an item that the customer is considering buying. EXAMPLE 2 This part of ISO 8000 does not apply to a credit charge transaction sent from a merchant to a credit card company because the data sent is not master data. EXAMPLE 3 This part of ISO 8000 does not apply to the contents of a company's internal supplier master that are not being exchanged between organizations or systems. The following are within the scope of this part of ISO 8000: requirements regarding conformance to a formal syntax for master data messages; semantic encoding requirements for master data messages; requirements regarding conformance to data specifications for master data messages; requirements regarding the commercial model for master data exchanges. The following are outside the scope of this part of ISO 8000: requirements regarding master data that are not characteristic data; requirements regarding data not in messages; requirements regarding messages that are not used to exchange master data between organizations or systems; requirements regarding recording the history of master data; requirements regarding accuracy of master data; requirements regarding exchange of data that are not master data; requirements regarding the management of master data internally within an organization; EXAMPLE 4 Data within an organization's enterprise resource planning (ERP) or product data management (PDM) system is out of scope. EXAMPLE 5 Making backup copies of data files containing master data is out of scope. quality of data dictionaries; specification of a formal syntax for the exchange of master data. EXAMPLE 6 ISO 13584, ISO 15926, ISO 22745, and ISO 9735 specify formats that can be used to exchange master data. The requirements in this part of ISO 8000 are considered necessary but not sufficient to achieve data quality with respect to exchange of master data. Issues such as the accuracy and history of master data also need to be addressed as part of an overall data quality strategy. Some of the requirements in this part of ISO 8000 might be applicable to exchange of data that is not master data.
||Data quality - Part 110: Master data: Exchange of characteristic data: Syntax, semantic encoding, and conformance to data specification