Master dataLast modified on: 31/08/22
represents the business objects which are agreed on and shared across the enterprise. It can cover static reference data, transactional, unstructured, analytical, hierarchical, and ‘meta’ data. Master data may be about: customers, products, employees, materials, suppliers, and vendors, and it may also cover sales and marketing processes.
Message Level Response (MLR)Last modified on: 31/08/22
a message which corner 3 (receiver’s service provider) issues to corner 2 (sender’s service provider) in a four-corner model to confirm the validity of the received payload message containing the original document i.e. it is well formed and readable, or is rejected. The MLR may also be used to confirm the successful or unsuccessful delivery of the original document to corner 4 (the receiver or buyer).
MetadataLast modified on: 31/08/22
is ‘data [information] that provides information about other data’. Three distinct types of metadata exist: structural metadata, descriptive metadata, and administrative metadata. OpenPEPPOL Service Metadata refers to various references and identifiers used in its specifications.
MIALast modified on: 31/08/22
the EESPA Model Interoperability Agreement which provides a legal and operational template for the documentation of bilateral interoperability agreements between service providers.
MIFALast modified on: 31/08/22
the EESPA Multilateral Interoperability Framework Agreement which specifies common standards and practices for interoperability between EESPA Members.