CDS RECORD IDENTIFIER may also be referred to as the CDS-RID.
When exchanging Commissioning Data Set data, this is an optional data element and when used is a unique number generated by the sender and inserted into the Commissioning Data Set data to enable senders and recipients to be able to cross-match and uniquely identify each and every Commissioning Data Set record.
The CDS RECORD IDENTIFIER consists of the following components:
|REF||RID COMPONENT||FORMAT||CODES / VALUES|
|1||CDS SENDER IDENTITY||an5||As generated in the CDS V6-2 Type 005B - CDS Transaction Header Group - Bulk Update Protocol or the CDS V6-2 Type 005N - CDS Transaction Header Group - Net Change Protocol|
|2||Not Used||an2||Set = Blank|
|3||CDS INTERCHANGE CONTROL REFERENCE||an14|
|As generated in the CDS V6-2 Type 001 - CDS Interchange Header|
|4||CDS MESSAGE REFERENCE||an14|
|As generated in the CDS V6-2 Type 003 - CDS Message Header|
* This data item is configured as an14 format element, but a maximum value of 9999999 is permitted in the format of n7.
Usage:The CDS-RID is an optional reference assigned to each record by the Commissioning Data Set sender to aid the identification and cross-referencing of data between the sender and the receiver(s) of the Commissioning Data Set data.
CDS XML Schema Interchanges:The CDS-RID data element is carried in the CDS Message Header (CDS V6-2 Type 003 - CDS Message Header).
This data element is also known by these names:
|plural||CDS RECORD IDENTIFIERS|