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  1. PrintTalk
  2. PTK-214

Remove or update Appendix B.x examples

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    • Type: Story
    • Status: Implemented (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Normal
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0-Final
    • Component/s: Appendix
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      The examples are currently incomplete and / or incorrect
      The section needs a major review

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        Table 1.1: Glossary

        PrintTalk Project The <Glos>Business Transactions</Glos> that apply to one set of <Glos>Items</Glos> that are negotiated between <Glos>Print Buyer</Glos> and <Glos>Print Provider</Glos> .

        <remove entire B Usage of PrintTalk IDs>

        6.2 Identifiers in PrintTalk
        This section summarizes the usage of the various IDs that are defined in PrintTalk in typical workflow scenarios.
        6.2.1. payloadID
        Every PrintTalk element SHOULD be uniquely identified by specifying ##refPrintTalk/@payloadID.
        6.2.2 BusinessID
        Every BusinessObject SHALL be uniquely identified by specifying ##refRequest/@BusinessID in the parent Request. The value of ##refRequest/@BusinessID SHALL NOT be identical for two Requests if ##refPrintTalk/@payloadID of the parent PrintTalk element is not identical.
        6.2.3 BusinessRefID
        Request/@BusinessRefID references a Business Object that identifies the <Glossary> PrintTalk Project</Glssary>. See ##ref Table Table 6.1: Business Object References for a summary of the Request/@BusinessID values that SHALL be referenced by Request/@BusinessRefID of the various business objects.
        6.2.4 CustomerProjectID
        @CustomerProjectID is the ID of the entire order, which contains one or more jobs or individual
        products in the context of the Print Buyer’s MIS or ERP system. Once specified, @CustomerProjectID SHALL remain constant for all business objects of a <glos>PrintTalk Exchange</glos>. If present, xjdf:CustomerInfo/@CustomerProjectID SHALL match Request/@CustomerProjectID.

        <copy B.3 xjdf:XJDF/@JobID, B.4 xjdf:CustomerInfo/@CustomerOrderID>

         

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