Online OIOUBL Dokumentation


Identifiers are keys that are owned by either the sender, receiver or a third party. If the keys used are owned by either sender or receiver, no meta data has to be specified by means of attributes. The table below specifies the use of attributes for the identifier types when they are owned by a third party.
Attribute Use Example OIOUBL Recommendation
schemeID Identifices the ID type urn:oioubl:id:profileid-1.1 Required for OIOUBL Id-lists
schemeName Name of the scheme   Not used
schemeAgencyID Specifies the ID of the ID issuer 320 Conditional (specified if available)
schemeAgencyName Specifies the name of the ID issuer National IT and Telecom Agency Optional
schemeVersionID Version of the scheme   Not used
schemeLanguageID The language in which the scheme is specified   Not used
schemeDataURI Link to the location of the list   Not used
schemeURI Link to the location of the list scheme   Not used
Content XSD:token   Must not contain non-visible characters, i.e. space, tab etc.
The attributes schemeAgencyID and schemeID are used for specifying metadata about the origin of the identifier. Specifying schemeAgencyID is optional, as in some cases, no proper value exists. However it should always be specified if possible. Below is shown a number of examples:
Example 1:
<cac:PartyIdentification> <cbc:ID schemeAgencyID="9" schemeID="GLN">5798000416604</cbc:ID> </cac:PartyIdentification>
Example 2:
<cac:PartyIdentification> <cbc:ID schemeID="DK:CVR">DK45656787</cbc:ID> </cac:PartyIdentification>
Example 3:
<cbc:ID schemeAgencyID="320" schemeID="urn:oioubl:id:taxschemeid-1.1">63</cbc:ID>