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  All CEF eInvoicing User Community members can "watch" this page to be notified by email (instructions below) of any update to the eInvoicing supporting artefacts (code lists, validation artefacts, etc.). 

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Notifications

Title & notification date

Description

No changes are for code lists used in EN 16931 for the Fall release 2021. The full listing of codes has been updated to reference the versions that have been considered but none of those contained changes that affect the listing provided by CEF. 

A corrigendum to the validation artefacts has been releases as version 1.3.6. This is backwards compatible and corrects the validation of country prefix for sellers VAT number by aligning rule BR-CO-09 to the ISO3166 code list as listed by CEF in last relase, for example the addition of code XI.

Following the update to the EAS code list and resolution of issues the validation artefacts for the EN 16931 are now updated. The effective date is May 17th 2021.

A corrigendum to the validation artefacts has been releases as version 1.3.4. This corrects and issue in the 1.3.3 release as described in the release notes. This version optional for those who are affected by the incorrect issue. Publication date is February 1 and is effective at publication

After the Autumn release of the 2 EAS and VATEX code lists, the EN16931 validation artefacts are now updated. The effective date is 16/11/2020

As per the favorable opinion of the CEF Code Lists Advisory Group on  , a new version of CEF-managed code lists will become effective starting .


For the VATEX code list: 1 code is added (VATEX-EU-79-C).
For the "Full listing of the code lists as used in EN16931" code list: code VATEX-EU-79-C is added.

As per the favorable opinion of the CEF Code Lists Advisory Group on  , a new version of CEF-managed code lists will become effective starting .


For the EAS code list: 1 code is added (0209) and 1 is deprecated (9958).
For the "Full listing of the code lists as used in EN16931" code list: 4 codes are updated (0205, 0206, 0207, 0197).



Those who wish to have new codes added to the next version of the VATEX and/or EAS code lists, are kindly invited to submit Requests for Change before 21 August 2020.

CEF is the managing authority for these two code lists in the European standard on eInvoicing (EN 16931).

To submit Requests for Change visit the dedicated Code Lists page on the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital website or directly via the through the CEF Service Desk.



The European Commission will soon release an update to the Electronic Address Scheme (EAS) code list.

Following a request from BOSA in Belgium for an interim release that adds code 0208 to the EAS codelist in order to support the initiation of its Hermes project,



Due to a known issue with validating VAT calculations in an invoice when the VAT rate has a fraction, the publication of the spring 2020 update to the validation rules has been moved forward to February 28th. The release will also include resolution to other reported issues that have been processed and resolved by CEF before February 15th (code freeze date).

Note that this is not a deadline for RFCs and such a deadline is no longer set. The ability to include a (bug) fix in a release depends on the complexity of the issues reported and the lead time before the code freeze date. Users of the EN 16931 validation artefacts are therefore encouraged to submit RFCs at their earliest convenience.




Those who wish to have new codes added to the next version of the VATEX and/or EAS code lists, are kindly invited to submit Requests for Change before 8 February 2020.

CEF is the managing authority for these two code lists in the European standard on eInvoicing (EN 16931).

To submit Requests for Change visit the dedicated Code Lists page on the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) Digital website or directly via the through the CEF Service Desk.




As per the favorable opinion of the CEF Code Lists Advisory Group on 4 October 2019, a new version of the 2 CEF-managed code lists will become effective starting .


For the EAS code list: 3 codes are added (0130, 0203, 0204) and 2 are deprecated (9917, 9921).
For the VATEX code list: 4 codes are added (vatex-eu-132, vatex-eu-143, vatex-eu-148, vatex-eu-151).



Publications

Title & published date

Description

Link

A corrigendum to the validation artefacts has been releases as version 1.3.4. This corrects and issue in the 1.3.3 release as described in the release notes. This version optional for those who are affected by the incorrect issue. Publication date is February 1 and is effective at publication

The European Commission published an updated version of the VATEX code listThis new version of the VATEX code list includes the VATEX code "VATEX-EU-79-C"value. Requests for Change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The European Commission published an updated version of the EAS code listThis new version of the EAS code list includes one request for change. The Commission received 1request for change, consisting of  addition and  deprecation. Two requests were accepted. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The European Commission published an updated version of the full listing code lists. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.



The CEN/TC 434 validation artefacts support the validation of UBL 2.1 and Cross Industry Invoice D16B.

It contains the validation artefacts as source Schematron as well as a single preprocessed Schematron (.sch) and as pre-compiled XSLT versions of them (.xslt).

The European Commission published an updated version of the EAS code listThis new version of the EAS code list includes one request for change. The Commission received 1request for change, consisting of 1 addition. The request was accepted. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The European Commission published an updated version of the full listing code lists. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.



The CEN/TC 434 validation artefacts support the validation of UBL 2.1 and Cross Industry Invoice D16B.

It contains the validation artefacts as source Schematron as well as a single preprocessed Schematron (.sch) and as pre-compiled XSLT versions of them (.xslt).



The European Commission published an updated version of the EAS code listThis new version of the EAS code list includes one request for change. The Commission received 1request for change, consisting of 1 addition. The request was accepted. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The European Commission published an updated version of the VATEX code listThis new version of the VATEX code list includes the uppercase letters for VATEX code values. Requests for Change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The European Commission published an updated version of the full listing code lists. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.




The European Commission published an updated version of the EAS code listThis new version of the EAS code list includes five requests for change. The Commission received 5 requests for change, consisting of 3 additions and 2 deprecations . Five requests were accepted for change. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The European Commission published an updated version of the VATEX code listThis new version of the VATEX code list includes four requests for change. The Commission received 4 requests for change, consisting of 4 additions. Four requests were accepted for change. Requests for Change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The European Commission published an updated version of the full listing code lists. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.




The CEN/TC 434 validation artefacts support the validation of UBL 2.1 and Cross Industry Invoice D16B.

It contains the validation artefacts as source Schematron as well as a single preprocessed Schematron (.sch) and as pre-compiled XSLT versions of them (.xslt).




The CEN/TC 434 validation artefacts support the validation of UBL 2.1 and Cross Industry Invoice D16B.

It contains the validation artefacts as source Schematron as well as a single preprocessed Schematron (.sch) and as pre-compiled XSLT versions of them (.xslt).





The European Commission published an updated version of the EAS code listThis new version of the EAS code list includes four requests for change. The Commission received 13 requests for change, consisting of 12 additions and one update. Four requests were accepted for change and nine placed on hold pending further information on the business case. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.


The European Commission published an updated version of the full listing code lists. Requests for change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.




The European Commission published the first version of the VATEX code list. Requests for Change may be submitted through the CEF Service Desk.

The next foreseen code list publication is September 2019. This means requests for change should be submitted by the end of August.








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