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Adapt LEI Code for CTDL #532

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siuc-nate opened this Issue May 7, 2018 · 4 comments

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siuc-nate commented May 7, 2018

Following internal discussions, this proposal is to adapt schema:leiCode for CTDL. Per @stuartasutton:

URI: ceterms:leiCode
Definition: A 20-digit, alpha-numeric code, based on the ISO 17442 standard, for identifying legal entities participating in financial transactions.
Equivalent To: schema:leiCode
Domain: ceterms:CredentialOrganization, ceterms:QACredentialOrganization

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jkitchensSIUC Jun 5, 2018

@siuc-nate @stuartasutton didn't this come from Scott or Emilie? Who do we need to show this to so we can push this out with the June milestone?

jkitchensSIUC commented Jun 5, 2018

@siuc-nate @stuartasutton didn't this come from Scott or Emilie? Who do we need to show this to so we can push this out with the June milestone?

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siuc-nate Jun 5, 2018

Stuart and I already agreed that it's ready to implement. Do we need anyone else's approval?

siuc-nate commented Jun 5, 2018

Stuart and I already agreed that it's ready to implement. Do we need anyone else's approval?

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I think we can go with it.

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stuartasutton commented Jun 5, 2018

I think we can go with it.

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siuc-nate Jul 12, 2018

This has been taken care of in the schema management system and noted in the history tracking.

siuc-nate commented Jul 12, 2018

This has been taken care of in the schema management system and noted in the history tracking.

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