Definition Type: Element
Name: BusinessTransactionHead
Namespace: http://docs.oasis-open.org/ebxml-bp/ebbp-2.0
Type: nsB:BusinessTransactionBaseType
Containing Schema: ebbp-2.0.4.xsd
Abstract True
Documentation:
The abstract superclass associated with the concrete set of defined Business Transaction patterns. A Business Transaction is a set of business information and Business Signal exchanges amongst business partners that occurs in an agreed upon format and sequence (as supported by the patterns). Through the Business Transaction Head, the concrete set of BT patterns and the Data Exchange element (which allows pattern specialization) enable business exchange through a defined pattern. The Business Transaction Head in essence is a placeholder where the concrete pattern is substituted (i.e. a Request-Confirm is substituted and used). Note: The Business Transaction Head replaced the Business Transaction element in v2.0.
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Drilldown into RespondingRole in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into RequestingRole in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into Documentation in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into isGuaranteedDeliveryRequired in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into pattern in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into nameID in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into name in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into name in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd Drilldown into BusinessTransactionBaseType in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsdXSD Diagram of BusinessTransactionHead in schema ebbp-2_0_4_xsd (ebXML Electronic Business using eXtensible Markup Language)
Collapse XSD Schema Code:
<xsd:element name="BusinessTransactionHead" type="BusinessTransactionBaseType" abstract="true">
    <xsd:annotation>
        <xsd:documentation>The abstract superclass associated with the concrete set of defined
				Business Transaction patterns. A Business Transaction is a set of business
				information and Business Signal exchanges amongst business partners that occurs in
				an agreed upon format and sequence (as supported by the patterns). Through
				the Business Transaction Head, the concrete set of BT patterns and the Data Exchange
				element (which allows pattern specialization) enable business exchange through a
				defined pattern. The Business Transaction Head in essence is a placeholder where the
				concrete pattern is substituted (i.e. a Request-Confirm is substituted and
			used). Note: The Business Transaction Head replaced
				the Business Transaction element in v2.0. </xsd:documentation>
    </xsd:annotation>
</xsd:element>
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Name Type Min Occurs Max Occurs
Documentation nsB:Documentation 0 (1)
RequestingRole nsB:RequestingRole (1) (1)
RespondingRole nsB:RespondingRole (1) (1)
Collapse Child Attributes:
Name Type Default Value Use
name nsB:name Required
nameID nsB:nameID Required
pattern nsB:pattern (Optional)
isGuaranteedDeliveryRequired nsB:isGuaranteedDeliveryRequired false (Optional)
<anyAttribute> Allowed namespace: '##other'
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