Reporting BIS Release
The final Transaction Statistics Reporting BIS has been published. The End User Statistics Reporting BIS has been published for member review. Read more below on how to use the new features.
Transaction statistics reporting BIS
The Peppol Transaction Statistics Reporting BIS is now final and has been published. All ongoing comments received from members have been addressed, which has led to an improved final version. Therefore, no further comments for this version is requested. This final version will be handed over to the eDEC CMB as the responsible CMB.
All answers to the comments will be published soon on Confluence here: https://openpeppol.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/RR/pages/2832957455/Reporting+BISs+25+April+2022
The implementation plan will follow as soon as it has been decided when the reporting mechanism becomes operational. This is expected to be operational in Q3 of 2023.
Transactions statistics reporting is now published at: https://test-docs.peppol.eu/reporting/EUR-1.0.0-RC2/
End user statistics reporting BIS
The OpenPeppol Managing Committee has decided to scale down the reporting mechanism. As a result, the end user reporting has been changed and only statistics on end users must now be reported. Therefore, a new BIS has been created, the End User Statistics BIS. Hereby, the End User Statistics BIS is now open for member review.
The following documents are out for member review:
- BIS document
- XML Schema
- Example files
The documents can be found on https://test-docs.peppol.eu/reporting/EUR-1.0.0-RC2/
The review period is 2 months and ends on 21 January 2023.
All comments submitted in the review period will be processed and addressed by the OpenPeppol operating office. Any comments you have may be submitted by using the comment template – End User Statistics Reporting BIS.
Please do not alter the template. The filled out template must be mailed to email@example.com.
This information can also be found on Confluence. https://openpeppol.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/RR/pages/2967863297/End+user+statistics+reporting+BIS+21+November+2022