1: The "common" and "maindoc" JSON schemas are lacking the $id property,

      From the spec:

      "The "$id" keyword defines a URI for the schema, and the base URI that other URI references within the schema are resolved against. The "$id" keyword itself is resolved against the base URI that the object as a whole appears in."

      So if e.g. the "UBL-Invoice-2.1.json" would define

      "$id": "http://mynet.com/schemas/UBL-Invoice-2.1.json#"

      and the "UBL-CommonBasicComponents-2.1" would define

      "$id": "http://mynet.com/schemas/UBL-CommonBasicComponents-2.1.json#"

      Then references should be written like

      "$ref": "UBL-CommonBasicComponents-2.1.json#/definitions/UBLVersionID"

      Which is much cleaner IMHO than the relative path solution, which also is not a valid URI e.g. "../common/", and also to my knowledge how most tools work.

      2: Any plan for updating the schema version to the final version?

      3: The DateType in UBL-UnqualifiedDataTypes-2.1.json is defined as

      allOf: [

      { type: "string", format: "date-time" }


      { type: "string", pattern: "^-*[^T:-]+-[^T:]+$" }


      I believe that to be contradicting since "date-time" is "full-date "T" full-time" [2], that cannot coexist with the regex pattern as well.

      I have been unable to find any previous discussion of this, please bear with me if this has been discussed before.

      I have uploaded a ZIP file containing a small node script that can do validation of an invoice. Also an upgraded version of the JSON schemas to version 6 is included.

      Thank you for your consideration.

      [0] https://docs.oasis-open.org/ubl/UBL-2.1-JSON/v1.0/UBL-2.1-JSON-v1.0.html

      [1] http://docs.oasis-open.org/ubl/UBL-2.1-JSON/v1.0/cnd02/json-schema/

      [2] https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc3339

      [3] https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwBEXaUe1bJIdTVHaUlpY3J1VXM/view?usp=sharing




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