A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message.
The message type code for the Data maintenance status
report/query message is DMSTAT.
Note: Data maintenance status report/query messages conforming
to this document must contain the following data in segment
UNH, composite S009:
Data element 0065 DMSTAT
A segment to indicate the beginning of the message and to
transmit type, number and function (report or query) of the
A segment specifying the effective date of the status report or
query provided for all DMRs reported in the detail section.
Date information is to be provided in CCYYMMDD format.
A group of segments providing information about the sender of
the report or query.
PNA M(1) : Party identification
A segment identifying the originator of the message, e.g.,
the DMR submitter, entry point secretariat, central
secretariat, etc. One iteration must identify the sender's
organization name and assessment group identification.
COM C(9) : Communication contact
A segment identifying the communication number associated
with the party, e.g., email address, phone number, etc.
A group of segments identifying the type of report or query
being conveyed, applicable log numbers, applicable cross
referencing log numbers, actual DMR status, and text comments
associated with the DMR status.
HYN M(1) : Hierarchy information
A segment used to relate individual iterations of the detail
section to a particular level in the status report or query.
A query type may either be an entry point query (e.g., an
inquiry from a submitter to the entry point secretariat) or
a DMR query (e.g., an inquiry initiated at any other point
in the activity model).
A report type may either be an entry point status (e.g.,
provided as status from the entry point) or a DMR status
(e.g., DMR status provided at any point in the DMR process).
The notification of log number assignments is sent by entry
point and central secretariats to respond to the receipt of
DMRs or regional status reports.
RFF C(5) : Reference
A segment identifying the type of and specific log numbers
associated with the DMR or status report.
For each DMR status one occurrence of the segment shall be
used for the status log number associated with the DMR,
within a particular status report. This number will uniquely
identify the status provided at each point in the DMR life
Another occurrence, if required, may be used for the latest
log number assigned. The sequence of log number assignments
shall be the originator's internal control log number, entry
point assigned log number, central secretariat assigned log
number, and international assessment assigned log number.
One occurrence, if required, may be used to identify the
number to which the latest log number should be cross-
referenced. For example, the entry point log number will be
cross-referenced to the originator's internal control log
number, the central secretariat assigned log number will be
cross-referenced to the entry point log number, the central
secretariat report number will be cross-referenced to the
entry point report number, etc.
SG3 C(9) : STS-PNA-DTM-RFF-FTX
A group of segments providing status information for a DMR
as well as identifying who assigned the status, relevant
date and text comments when provided.
STS M(1) : Status
A segment identifying the status event and status code,
The status event may represent:
Entry point assessment of DMR feedback
Log number assignment
Entry point review
Consolidated DMR reporting
Confirmed DMR reporting
International assessment group reporting
Directory production report
Data structure tag assignment
The status code may represent regional or international
status associated with the DMR, to include:
The actual status provided shall be the highest or latest
status associated with the logical sequential progression
of the DMR through the approval process.
PNA C(1) : Party identification
A segment identifying the party assigning the status
associated with the DMR, e.g., the entry point
secretariat, central secretariat, an international
assessment group, etc. Identify the name of the
organization that assigned the status and/or region code.
DTM C(1) : Date/time/period
A segment specifying the effective date of the assignment
of a status log number to a specific DMR. Date
information is to be provided in CCYYMMDD format.
RFF C(1) : Reference
A segment identifying the actual structure tag assigned
to a structure when it is placed in the directory.
FTX C(999) : Free text
A segment specifying text information associated with the
DMR status. Specific information related to entry point
comments, international assessment comments, directory
production comments, augmented descriptions associated
with the status, etc., may be provided.
SG4 C(9999) : IRQ-RFF-PNA-DTM
A group of segments providing criteria for querying a DMR
tracking database for status information such as what type
of information is requested, who's status information, and a
date to begin including information.
IRQ M(1) : Information required
A segment to specify the status information being
requested as part of a query.
RFF C(1) : Reference
A segment identifying a DMR or report log number,
specific to a query, as a limiting factor.
PNA C(2) : Party identification
A segment identifying the name of the organization that
the requestor wishes to limit the query criteria to
include. The criteria may be for a single organization's
DMRs and/or one of the organizations that assign status
DTM C(1) : Date/time/period
A segment specifying the effective date that the query
should begin searching for the requested status
information. Date information is to be provided in
A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of
segments in the message (including the UNH & UNT) and the
control reference number of the message.