Identification Scheme. Uniform Resource. Identifier
The Uniform Resource Identifier that identifies where the identification scheme is located.
Uniform Resource Identifier
Document Identification Group. Details
Provides the Identifier(s) of the document being communicated. Uniquely identifies a Document within an organization. Typically there is only an ID for a document within one system. However, in the case of B2B transactions the different parties to the transactions may have different Identifiers for the same document. This construct is designed to allow for these different identifications. This type is based on the Star Standards Document Identifier Group.
The contextual meaning of a particular DocumentIDGroup will be determined by its fully qualified XPATH. For example: ScreeningOrder/DocumentIDGroup/DocumentID
Identification Scheme Agency. Identifier
The identification of the agency that maintains the identification scheme.
Identification Scheme Agency
Defaults to the UN/EDIFACT data element 3055 code list.
Position Competency Model. Details
A collection of competency information associated with a position or job. A position competency model includes references to individual competencies and references to groups of competencies that are required or associated with a position or job. Within those groups and individual competency refernences is information about associated proficiency levels (require or desire proficiency), and weightings of the group or individual competencies among their sibilings.
A position competency model typically is used as a base-line model with which to provision other talent management systems. For example, a performance management system could use a competency model to structure the competencies rating section of a performance appraisals. The baseline for the competencies and associated proficiency levels against which an employee is rated might be sourced from the position competency model. In similar fashion, the position competency model might be used to provision other talent management system components with such base-line information about positon competency requirements.
Identification Scheme. Identifier
The identification of the identification scheme.
The name of a party to the transaction.
Requester_ Party. Details
The Requester Party usually is an intermediary, such as an Applicant Tracking System or Vendor Management System.
A reference within a competency model to separate competency model that the given competency model extends or is based upon.
Identification Scheme Data. Uniform Resource. Identifier
The Uniform Resource Identifier that identifies where the identification scheme data is located.
Identification Scheme Data
Uniform Resource Identifier
Allows the implementer to extend the base HR-XML specification.
This is done by defining the additional information in XML Schema and referencing the new schema in the xml instance document throught the use of namespaces. Once this is done the additional information defined there can be carried in the BOD XML instance document.
Customer_ Party. Details
Contains the set of information about a Customer Party necessary to execute and administer orders or requests.
The Customer Party usually would be an "ultimate" customer versus an intermediary.
An identifer assigned by a government tax authority to disquish the party (organization, person, or legal entity) to a transaction.
A short phrase describing the position as it would be listed on a business card or in a company directory. OED: An appellation attaching to a position in virtue of rank, function or office.