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OrderCancellation specification

Name OrderCancellation (Show as PDF) Alternative Term  
Definition The document used to cancel an entire Order. OIOUBL Invoice is an official document for the exchange of electronic order cancellations. OrderCancellation is used in a coherent order-to-invoice flow. The OrderCancellation is structured following the principles in the UBL Party model for identifaction of the different parties involved in the order process and the roles they play. The primary parties i an order cancellation are BuyerCustomerParty and SellerSupplierParty. The OrderCancellation is structured to fulfill the formal requirements for a valid order cancellation for use in Denmark as well as in foreign countries, including taxnumber, time of delivery, specifications etc. Apart from the formal demands on sender and receiver and the invoice content, the electronic version must contain EndPointID, a Personreference and usually an order number or request number. It also has to fulfill the requirements in this document guideline. EndPointID is used to identify the "electronic mailbox" where the electronic document is to be delivered and also provides the basis for routing the message. EndPointID must be registered in the mandatory address register for the routing of electronic documents. PersonReference is used to identify the person responsible for processing the received electronic document. Order number or requisition number is used for identification of the order involved in the order cancellation. These three types of information are used subsequently when the electronic order cancellation is issued with reference to a previous order or requisition. Depending on the profile used, the order cancellation is a part of an advanced order flow allowing the exchange of order changes, order cancellations or order responses. References: For a basic understanding of this document guideline and the associated general classes guidelines and codelists it is recommended that one reads the documents "Introduction to the OIOUBL package" and "Introduction to OIOUBL Procurement Scenarios".


UBL-Name Name Datatype Usage Cardinality
UBLVersionID UBLVersionID Identifier Yes 1
CustomizationID CustomizationID Identifier Yes 1
ProfileID ProfileID Identifier Yes 1
ID ID Identifier Yes 1
CopyIndicator CopyIndicator Indicator Yes 0..1
UUID UUID Identifier Yes 0..1
IssueDate IssueDate Date Yes 1
IssueTime IssueTime Time Bilateral 0..1
Note Note Text Yes 0..n
CancellationNote CancellationNote Text Yes 1

Subclasses in class OrderCancellation

UBL-Name Name Usage Cardinality Reference to the printed documentation See also
UBLExtensions UBLExtensions Bilateral 0..1   OIOUBL_GUIDE_EXTENSION
OrderReference OrderReference Yes 1 3.2  
OriginatorDocumentReference OriginatorDocumentReference Bilateral 0..1 Common Library, 3.36 OIOUBL_GUIDE_DOCUMENTREF
AdditionalDocumentReference AdditionalDocumentReference Bilateral 0..n Common Library, 3.36 OIOUBL_GUIDE_DOCUMENTREF
Contract Contract Bilateral 0..1 Common Library, 3.22  
Signature Signature Yes 0..1 Common Library, 3.96 OIOUBL_GUIDE_SIGNATURE
BuyerCustomerParty BuyerCustomerParty Yes 1 3.3  
SellerSupplierParty SellerSupplierParty Yes 1 3.4  
OriginatorCustomerParty OriginatorCustomerParty Bilateral 0..1 Common Library, 3.27  


<OrderCancellation >
<cbc:ProfileID schemeDataURI="urn:oioubl:id:profileid-1.0">Procurement-OrdAdvR-BilSim-1.0</cbc:ProfileID>
<cbc:CancellationNote>Forkerte varer</cbc:CancellationNote>
+ <cac:OrderReference />
+ <cac:BuyerCustomerParty />
+ <cac:SellerSupplierParty />