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ANSI X9.100-182-2011 (Parts 1-4 and TR)

Bulk Data and Image Delivery

This standard establishes eXtensible Markup Language (XML) data elements, structures, and schemas for the bulk delivery of financial data and associated images for various business purposes. The XML framework defined by this standard is independent of network technologies and computing platforms, and is extendable to support new data structures as needs are identified. Part 1 is an Overview. Part 2-1 defines check related elements and components for general check payment delivery. Part 2-2 defines check related elements and components that can be used to deliver images and check data for IRD creation conforming to the ANS X9.100-140 standard, and in accordance with Regulation CC for substitute checks. Part 2-3 defines check related elements and components that can be used to deliver electronic deposit information. The standard comes complete with the tri-part XML XSD schema validation files. The TR 40-2011 Technical Report, which is included with the standard, provides background reference material for a specific business implementation to transfer data from an X9.100-187 image cash letter file to the ANSI X9.100-182 XML standard file. It provides a structured mapping approach that includes field-by-field data content mapping from the image cash letter file records to the respective XML element layers.


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