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Financial services - UNIversal Financial Industry message scheme - Part 4: ISO 20022 XML design rules

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Status Ingetrokken
Aantal pagina's 40
Commissie Financiƫle diensten
Gepubliceerd op 01-04-2005
Taal Engels
XML is a technical standard defined by W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium) that can be used for the physical representation (i.e. the syntax) of standardized ISO 20022 Messages. XML leaves a lot of freedom for the exact way it is used in a particular application. Therefore, merely stating that XML is used is not sufficient to guarantee predictability; one must also explain HOW it will be used. This Technical Specification contains a set of XML design rules, called ISO 20022 XML. These design rules define how a standardized Message - described by a Message Definition in UML1 according to the Modelling Guidelines of ISO/TS 20022-3 must be represented as a valid ISO 20022 compliant XML document. A valid XML document (referred to hereafter as 'XML instance' or 'instance') as defined by W3C is any XML document that has an associated description and that complies with the constraints expressed in that description. The associated description in this case is derived from the Message Definition, which is originally described in UML. This Technical Specification also describes how (a part of) the UML Message Definition can be converted into a W3C XML Schema. This XML schema will then make it possible to use a validating XML schema parser to automatically verify that a given XML instance complies with (a subset of) the constraints described in the Message Definition. DTDs (Document Type Definitions) could also be used to validate partial compliance of an XML instance to its corresponding Message Definition. However, because of the limited validation functionality DTDs offer, this document does NOT cover XML DTDs. Note that this document merely explains how a given Message Definition Diagram will be mapped into XML. It doesn't explain how to create a Message Definition Diagram. This information can be found in ISO/TS 20022-3 Modelling guidelines.


ICS-code 3.060
Engelse titel Financial services - UNIversal Financial Industry message scheme - Part 4: ISO 20022 XML design rules
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