July 12, 2021
The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) created and published the European standard on electronic receipt (eReceipt) in response to a request from the European Commission. CEN is the organization that oversees the rights to European standards. An agreement between the European Commission and the European Standards Institute (CEN) was struck on December 18, 2018, granting open access to the first and second parts of the eReceipt standard:
• Semantic data model (SDM) is an abbreviation term (EN 16931-1: 2017).
• CEN/TS 16931-2: 2017 specifies the two syntaxes that are required.
Whenever derivative usage is permitted, the agreement grants unlimited access to the data model and compliance syntaxes for as long as the semantic data model and compatible syntaxes are maintained in their present state.
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