Version 2015.1 of the NAMM Standard is now available. You can download schema files and examples here. There have been several improvements including:
PO 2015.1 Now supports multi-ShipTo purchase orders. Each order line can ship to a different location. In the previous version, 2009.2 each purchase order file could ship to only one location.
ASN 2015.1 Added several nodes to each container node to identify the dimensions and weight of each carton in the shipment.
At this year's Summer NAMM show in Nashville, NAMM’s Ad-Hoc Technology Committee concluded another round of face-to-face meetings.
The committee has approved a plan to revise and release a new version of NAMM Standards that will be dubbed “Version 2015.1.” It will include additional documents that support electronic serial number sales, as well as updates for improving several existing documents.
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As discussed in our meeting today:
1) The View attribute is no longer required. So [<Image view =”Undefined”>] is no longer required. You can just use this [<Image>]. Undefined is implied when the View attribute is missing.
2) I added the CarouselSequence attribute as optional. Its in the schema and the new sample file. Both attached to this post.
[<Image View='Front' Caption='Look how cool this is' CarouselSequence='1'>]
3) I am going to start beta testing with at least one trading partner this week.
At the request of MaryAnne, I have added to the shipping code table found here:
Updated Shipping Codes.
I added S024 to indicate FEDEX 3-day and the similar Drop Ship code as well. Does this make sense?
At this year's NAMM Show, NAMM’s Ad-Hoc Technology Committee concluded another round of face-to-face meetings. For the past few years, experts from across all channels of the music products industry have partnered together, designing XML-based documents developed to streamline and improve electronic transactions between trading partners in the music products industry.
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My first concern is that the naming convention of this node (and few others) have changed in version 2009.2. Example: BarCodeType and BarcodeType (Lower case c was replace with upper case). In general it is not a good thing to make such changes unless there is a good reason for it.