This document provides a communication-protocol neutral method for exchanging electronic business messages. It defines specific enveloping constructs supporting reliable, secure delivery of business information. Furthermore, this document defines a flexible enveloping technique, permitting messages to contain payloads of any format type. It specifies each of the following: ? Messaging model ? Message pulling and partitioning ? Processing modes ? Message packaging ? Error handling ? Security module ? Reliable messaging module This document is applicable to all types of organizations (e.g., commercial enterprises, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations) that exchange documents or data electronically using messaging.

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This document describes the AS4 Profile, which provides a subset of the functionality of ISO 15000‑1:2021, along with implementation guidelines based on the "just-enough" design principles and electronic data interchange functional requirements to trim down ISO 15000-1:2021 into a more simplified specification for web services business-to-business messaging. It specifies: - three conformance profiles of ISO 15000-1:2021 (see Clause 4); - a number of AS4 additional features (see Clause 5); - complementary requirements for the AS4 multi-hop profile (see Clause 6); - AS4 usage profile of ISO 15000-1:2021 (see Clause 7); - definitions of conformance (see Clause 8). Annex A provides some sample messages to support implementation. Annex B provides a sample XSLT stylesheet to generate an AS4 receipt. This document is applicable to all types of organizations (e.g., commercial enterprises, government agencies, not-for-profit organizations) that exchange documents or data electronically using messaging.

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As a connected standard of ISO 19626-1, this document defines the communication interactions between TCP system components and specifies their detailed interfaces — the processes and the APIs of the TCP system components. It provides the common communication interface for deployment and implementation of the system components, and their functions in a specific technology-neutral way to those who consider applying and establishing a TCP system.

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This document specifies three business requirements for the visibility of logistics traffic flow based on the use cases and gap analysis in Annex A. It includes 1) LISS network architecture requirements, 2) visibility data interchange requirements between LISSs, and 3) visibility data interface and process requirements for an LISS network. These three business requirements are described further in Clause 6, Clause 7 and Clause 8 respectively. Furthermore, Clause 8 describes the requirement for a guideline for business participants and stakeholders in an LISS network such as logistics information service providers, single window/SSP operators, data providers and logistics data users. This document does not include standardization 1) at the level of logistics devices (areas of standardisation covered by ISO/TC 104, ISO/TC 204), 2) for ships, navigation and marine technologies (areas of standardisation covered by ISO/TC 8), or 3) related to international data exchange such as standards developed, published and maintained by UN/CEFACT, GS1, WCO which are referenced as appropriate in this document.

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This document defines the requirements about trusted communication in legal, administrative and technical considerations. This document shows a TCP system architecture to guarantee trusted communication and promote trusted services by providing trusted communication evidence as the proof. This document focuses on TCP at the view of 7th application layer of OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) Reference Model. The audiences are the policy makers for IT innovation such as dematerialization, legal experts regarding electronic activities, IT planners for single windows and secure transactions, IT service providers related to distributed networking and ledger, trusted system auditors, trusted communication concerned parties and so on.

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This document provides guidelines for the application of VSM with regard to the collection, evaluation and continuous improvement of value stream relevant data. In addition, it describes the assessment of value streams based on defined key performance indicators. The VSM method described in this document is generally applicable to material‑, energy- or data‑related process types. In practice, there are often hybrid forms of these main process types.

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This document provides a set of requirements, functionality and criteria for ensuring reliability and safety of mobile e-business. The specification of this document covers overall use cases for mobile e-business including simple inquiry of electronic documents, exchange of electronic documents for general transaction and even exchange of contract and payment documents. This can be applied to the most wireless protocols such as 3G, 4G and Wi-Fi, etc. This could be also used in the general mobile e-business area such as logistics, electronic trades, financing, manufacturing and service, and can be referenced by system developers of electronic transaction using mobile devices, mobile network service providers and users.

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This document specifies the elements defined in the international standards of ISO/ITU-T, ETSI and IETF RFC that enable at least a proof of existence of data objects and digital signatures and the preservation of the validity status of digital signatures over a long period of time used in validation. It provides the definitions of the proof of existence (PoE) attributes and clarification of the usage of (external) PoE objects, with digital signatures and trusted time values, which have already existed and can be used by the PoE attributes pointing to (external) PoE objects used in long term signature validation or preservation.

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This document specifies representations of dates of the Gregorian calendar and times based on the 24-hour clock, as well as composite elements of them, as character strings for use in information interchange. It is also applicable for representing times and time shifts based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). This document excludes the representation of date elements from non-Gregorian calendars or times not from the 24-hour clock. This document does not address character encoding of representations specified in this document.

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This document specifies additional representations of dates of the Gregorian calendar and times based on the 24-hour clock that extend the basic rules and composite elements of those defined in ISO 8601-1. These representations are specified as character strings for use in information interchange. It is also applicable for representing times and time shifts based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). These extensions include: — uncertain or approximate dates, or dates with portions unspecified; — extended time intervals; — divisions of a year; — sets and choices of calendar dates; — grouped time scale units; — repeat rules for recurring time intervals; and — date and time arithmetic. This document excludes the representation of date elements from non-Gregorian calendars, or times not from the 24-hour clock. This document does not address character encoding of representations specified in this document.

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ISO 14533-3:2017 specifies the elements, among those defined in PDF Advanced Electronic Signatures (PAdES), that enable verification of a digital signature over a long period of time. It does not give new technical specifications about the digital signature itself, nor new restrictions of usage of the technical specifications about the digital signatures which already exist.

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ISO 9735-10:2014 specifies the syntax service directories of all parts of ISO 9735.

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ISO 14533-1:2014 specifies the elements, among those defined in CMS Advanced Electronic Signatures (CAdES), that enable verification of a digital signature over a long period of time. It does not give new technical specifications about the digital signature itself, nor new restrictions of usage of the technical specifications about the digital signatures which have already existed.

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ISO 15000-5:2014 describes and specifies the Core Component solution as a methodology for developing a common set of semantic building blocks that represent general types of business data, and provides for the creation of new business vocabularies and restructuring of existing business vocabularies. ISO 15000-5:2014 can be employed wherever business information is being shared or exchanged amongst and between enterprises, governmental agencies, and/or other organizations in an open and worldwide environment. The Core Components user community consists of business and governmental users, business document modellers and business data modellers, Business Process modellers, and application developers of different organizations that require interoperability of business information. This interoperability covers both interactive and batch exchanges of business data between applications through the use of internet and web-based information exchanges, as well as traditional Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) systems. ISO 15000-5:2014 forms the basis for standards development work of business analysts, business users and information technology specialists supplying the content for applications that will use a Core Component Library.

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ISO 17369:2013 provides an integrated approach to facilitating Statistical Data and Metadata Exchange (SDMX), enabling interoperable implementations within and between systems concerned with the exchange, reporting and dissemination of statistical data and related metadata. ISO 17369:2013 is applicable to any organization that has a need to manage the reporting, exchange and dissemination of its statistical data and related metadata. The information model at the core of ISO 17369:2013 has been developed to support statistics as collected and used by governmental and supra-national statistical organizations, and this model is also applicable to other organizational contexts involving statistical data and related metadata.

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ISO 14533-2:2012 specifies the elements, among those defined in XML Advanced Electronic Signatures (XAdES), that enable verification of a digital signature over a long period of time. ISO 14533-2:2012 does not give new technical specifications about the digital signature itself, nor new restrictions of usage of the technical specifications about the digital signatures which has already existed.

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ISO 6422-1:2010 specifies a key for the layout of documents relating to administrative, commercial, productive and distributive activities constituting trade, irrespective of whether these documents are completed in handwriting, by mechanical or automatic equipment or by reproduction. It is intended particularly for the designing of aligned series of forms employing a reproducible master in a one-run method of document preparation.

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ISO 7372:2005 lists standard data elements intended to facilitate open interchange of data in international trade. The standard data elements listed can be used with any method for data interchange on paper documents as well as with other means of data processing and communication.

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This part of ISO 9735 specifies common syntax rules for the formatting of batch and interactive messages to be interchanged between computer application systems. It includes the terms and definitions for all parts of ISO 9735.

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This part of ISO 9735 for batch EDIFACT security defines the security key and certificate management message KEYMAN.

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This part of ISO 9735 specifies syntax rules specifically for the formatting of batch messages to be interchanged between computer application systems. For the transfer of packages in a batch environment, see ISO 9735-8.

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This part of ISO 9735 for EDIFACT security defines the secure authentication and acknowledgement message AUTACK.

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This part of ISO 9735 specifies syntax rules specifically for the transfer of interactive messages to be interchanged between computer application systems. For the transfer of packages in an interactive environment, see ISO 9735-8.

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This part of ISO 9735 specifies syntax rules for associated data in EDI to be interchanged between computer application systems. This provides a method to transfer data which cannot be carried by means of either a batch or interactive EDIFACT message. The data may be created by other applications (such as STEP, CAD, etc.), and is referred to in this part as associated data.

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This part of ISO 9735 defines the syntax and service report message for batch EDI, CONTRL.

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This part of ISO 9735 for batch EDIFACT security addresses message/package level, group level and interchange level security for confidentiality in accordance with established security mechanisms.

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This part of ISO 9735 specifies syntax rules for EDIFACT security. It provides a method to address message/package level, group level and interchange level security for authenticity, integrity and non-repudiation of origin, in accordance with established security mechanisms.

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ISO/TS 20625:2002 describes the rules for the derivation of XML schemas from EDI MIGs providing a sound method of representing semantic facts. ISO/TS 20625:2002 describes how to derive XML from UN/EDIFACT MIGs. In principle, the rules are equally applicable to other EDI standards. It does not apply to DTDs.

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La présente Norme internationale définit les règles syntaxiques pour la préparation des messages destinés à être échangés entre les intervenants dans les domaines de l'administration, du commerce et du transport. NOTE -- Pour les utilisateurs de la présente Norme internationale, il convient de noter que les règles de syntaxe qui y sont spécifiées font partie du Répertoire pour l'Échange de Données Commerciales des Nations Unies. Elles peuvent être utilisées dans toute application, mais les messages utilisant ces règles de syntaxe ne peuvent être référencés comme des messages EDIFACT que s'ils sont conformes aux quatre règles et répertoires de l'UNTDID (Répertoire pour l'Échange de Données Commerciales des Nations Unies) et s'ils ont été approuvés par la Commission Économique pour l'Europe des Nations Unies (CEE/ONU).

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Specification of the location of document and field code designation and coded data entries in documents used in international trade. Suitable for automatic data processing (ADP) systems. Based on a Recommendation adopted by the Working Party on Facilitation of International Trade Procedures of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UN/ECE).

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ISO 14533-1:2012 specifies the elements, among those defined in CMS Advanced Electronic Signatures (CAdES), that enable verification of a digital signature over a long period of time. ISO 14533-1:2012 does not give new technical specifications about the digital signature itself, nor new restrictions of usage of the technical specifications about the digital signatures which have already existed.

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ISO/TS 15000-5:2005 can be employed wherever business information is being shared or exchanged amongst and between enterprises, governmental agencies, and/or other organisations in an open and worldwide environment. ISO/TS 15000-5:2005 will form the basis for standards development work of business analysts, business users and information technology specialists supplying the content of and implementing applications that will employ the UN/CEFACT Core Component Library (CCL). The Core Component Library will be stored in a UN/CEFACT repository and identified in an ebXML compliant registry. Due to the evolving nature of the UN/CEFACT Core Component Library, ISO/TS 15000-5:2005 includes material that focuses on the business community doing further discovery and analysis work. Some of the contents of ISO/TS 15000-5:2005 are not typical of this type of technical document. However, they are critical for successful adoption and standardization in this area to move forward.

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ISO 8601:2004 is applicable whenever representation of dates in the Gregorian calendar, times in the 24-hour timekeeping system, time intervals and recurring time intervals or of the formats of these representations are included in information interchange. It includes calendar dates expressed in terms of calendar year, calendar month and calendar day of the month; ordinal dates expressed in terms of calendar year and calendar day of the year; week dates expressed in terms of calendar year, calendar week number and calendar day of the week; local time based upon the 24-hour timekeeping system; Coordinated Universal Time of day; local time and the difference from Coordinated Universal Time; combination of date and time of day; time intervals; recurring time intervals. ISO 8601:2004 does not cover dates and times where words are used in the representation and dates and times where characters are not used in the representation. ISO 8601:2004 does not assign any particular meaning or interpretation to any data element that uses representations in accordance with ISO 8601:2004. Such meaning will be determined by the context of the application.

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This part of ISO 9735 specifies the syntax service directories of all parts of the ISO 9735 series.

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