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Maintenance release 3.1.8

GDSN accepted the recommendation by the Operations and Technology Advisory Group (OTAG) to implement the 3.1.8 standard into the network on May 11 2019.

Key Milestones:

See GDSN Release Schedule

As content for this release is developed it will be posted to this webpage followed by an announcement to the community to ensure visibility.

Data Pools should contact the GDSN Data Pool Helpdesk to understand the plan for the update. Trading Partners should work with their Data Pools on understanding the release and any impacts to business processes.

Business Message Standards including Message Schemas

Updated For Maintenance Release 3.1.8

Trade Item Modules Library 3.1.8 (Dec 2018)

GDSN Code List Document (Jan 2019)

Delta for release 3.1.8 (Dec 2018)

Delta ECL for release 3.1.8 (Jan 2019)

Validation Rules (Dec 2018)

Delta for Validation Rules 3.1.8 (Jul 2019)

BMS Documents Carried Over From Previous Release

BMS Catalogue Item Synchronisation

BMS Basic Party Synchronisation

BMS Price Synchronisation

BMS Trade Item Authorisation

BMS Shared Common Library


Catalogue Item Synchronisation Schema including modules 3.1.8

Changed Schemas for 3.1.8

Unchanged for 3.1.8 with the exception of GDSN Common

Party Synchronisation Schema

Price Synchronisation Schema

Trade Item Authorisation Schema

Release Guidance

GDSN Module by context (Jan 2018)

GPC to Context Mapping 3.1.8 (Dec 2018)

Delta GPC to Context Mapping 3.1.8 (Dec 2018)

GDSN Attributes with xPath (Dec 2018)

GDSN Unit of Measure per Category (Dec 2018)

Flex Extension for Price commentary (Dec 2018)

Healthcare Attributes Mapping (Dec 2018)

Packaging Label Guide (Jan 2019)

About this standard

This version: 3-1-8

Publication date: May 2019

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Current Version
Maintenance release 3.1.27 (May 2024)
Future Version
Maintenance release 3.1.28 (August 2024)
Legacy Version
Maintenance release 3.1.26 (February 2024)
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