Document Data Models
How?
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Developing a Digital Paper Document:
The Document Data Model
Trade
Software
Paper
document
Electronic
document
XML
Document Data Model
UNTDED
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Document Data Modeling:
In this module..
Why do we need document data models?
The Repository Concept
UNTDED for Data Modelling
Example of a UNeDocs document data
model
Need for Data Models:
Common Language
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Exchange of goods
Exporter
Customs /
authorities
FForwarder
Importer
Exchange of
aligned
documents
Importer‘s bank
Need for Data Models:
Automation
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Business
Partner
Authority
Document 1
request
matching bits of
information
Document 2
approval
EDP
Role of a Repository
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New document type
Toolbox (repository)
Use standardised bricks for the definition
of new business documents.
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How to build the bricks for the
repository?
UN Trade Data
Element Dictionary
(TDED)
Internationally agreed
repository of atomic
information terms
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From data elements to
documents data structures…
TDED
Seller
Use UNTDED to create Bricks
(Boxes) for future construction
Buyer
Create electronic documents by assembling
those bricks.
Order
document
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Example: Creating a Document Data
Model
Step I: Aligned document..
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Example: Creating a Document Data
Model
Step II: Data Model „Buyer“
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Example: Creating a Document Data
Model
Step III: Reusing Structure...
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Creating a Document Data Model
Example: Step III
On-line demo
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United Nations International
Document Set (IDS)
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Document Data Models
Benefits...
“e”: eDocs, eBusiness, eServices,
Security…
Collaboration in the supply chain
Precise definition of data contents
Basis for simplification of procedures
A basis for coordination of processes
Examples:
Cross border issues
Single Window
Advance information for security
The Document Data Model address eBusiness
and trade facilitation
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