In the table at:
There is a row that shows that a Cancellation can be sent with BusinessRefID pointing to a Quotation. However, that functionality is not supported in the spec currently.
Not only should this flow be described in a paragraph in section 3.1 Cancellation, but Quotation should also be added to the "References:" list for Cancellation.
A Print Buyer or a Print Provider SHALL send a Cancellation to cancel a previously sent PurchaseOrder.
Note: A Print Buyer will typically cancel a PurchaseOrder if the Print Product is no longer required, whereas a Print Provider
will typically cancel a PurchaseOrder if no useable content has been provided within a deadline.
For a Print Buyer or a Print Provider to cancel a PurchaseOrder, it SHALL send a Cancellation whose @BusinessRefID references
If a Print Buyer sends a Cancellation, the Print Provider SHALL respond with a Confirmation or Refusal.
Note: If a Cancellation of a PurchaseOrder is accepted, production of the job will cease. Any work that has already been accrued can still be
invoiced. If a Cancellation is refused, e.g. if the product has already been produced and shipped, it can still be delivered.
If no PurchaseOrder has been sent and a Print Provider intends to cancel a pending Quotation, the print provider SHALL send a Cancellation that references the Quotation.
References: PurchaseOrder, Quotation
5.4.2 Quotation workflow
If a Print Buyer requests a customized product, the Print Buyer initiates the procurement with an RFQ that provides details
of the desired product. The Print Provider SHOULD respond with a Quotation that references the RFQ. The Print Provider
MAY decline the RFQ by either sending a Refusal or letting the RFQ expire. If the Print Buyer decides to accept one of the
Quotation/Quote items, it SHALL send a PurchaseOrder that references the Quotation and Quote. For further processing
of the PurchaseOrder by the Print Provider, see Section 5.4.1 Fixed price procurement workflow.
The Print Provider MAY send a Cancellation that references a pending Quotation.
TBD <@Chris draw simple workflow>