|Date:||Fri, 12 Mar 2004 10:05:45 -0500|
I was kinda happy that this paper disappeared, and unhappy to see it resurface. While a few codes do appear to be more like 'text' than like 'identifiers, I've yet to be convinced that any of the code lists I find in X12 standards are simply 'text' abbreviations.
Some 'text' examples from X12 Data Elements:
83 Code for Licensing, Certification, Registration, or Accreditation Agency
This code identifies an organization.
375 Tariff Service Code
These codes act as indices into rate tables. That is, thay identify specific rates.
40 Equipment Description Code
The word 'Description' in the title suggest 'text'. The definition of the data elemetn says 'identifying', and the codes identify specific types of equipment, having specific attributes.
sorry petetr i think the online reference disappeared when OASIS
here is the source document...
Peter Yim wrote:
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