GS

GS object is only used as part of the X12Interchange object and represents the standard X12 GS segment, functional group header.

 

Example

{
  "CodeIdentifyingInformationType_1": "IN",
  "SenderIDCode_2": "SENDER1",
  "ReceiverIDCode_3": "RECEIVER1",
  "Date_4": "20071216",
  "Time_5": "1406",
  "GroupControlNumber_6": "000000001",
  "TransactionTypeCode_7": "X",
  "VersionAndRelease_8": "004010"
}

 

Attributes


CodeIdentifyingInformationType_1 string

Code identifying a group of application related transaction sets.


SenderIDCode_2 string

Code identifying party sending transmission; codes agreed to by trading partners.


ReceiverIDCode_3 string

Code identifying party receiving transmission; codes agreed to by trading partners.


Date_4 string

Date expressed as CCYYMMDD where CC represents the first two digits of the calendar year.


Time_5 string

Time expressed in 24-hour clock time as follows: HHMM, or HHMMSS, or HHMMSSD, or HHMMSSDD, where H = hours (00-23), M = minutes (00-59), S = integer seconds (00-59) and DD = decimal seconds; decimal seconds are expressed as follows: D = tenths (0-9) and DD = hundredths (00-99).


GroupControlNumber_6 string

Assigned number originated and maintained by the sender.


TransactionTypeCode_7 string

Code identifying the issuer of the standard; this code is used in conjunction with Data Element 480.


VersionAndRelease_8 string

Code indicating the version, release, subrelease, and industry identifier of the EDI standard being used, including the GS and GE segments; if code in DE455 in GS segment is X, then in DE 480 positions 1-3 are the version number; positions 4-6 are the release and subrelease, level of the version; and positions 7-12 are the industry or trade association identifiers (optionally assigned by user); if code in DE455 in GS segment is T, then other formats are allowed.

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