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London Market Implementation of ACORD DRI Messages and Data

Message Management

Metadata

The Consumer must store all metadata received with a document if that Consumer intends to pass the document on to other consumers.

Access Control List (ACL)

Documents exchanged via ACORD DRI in the London Market may have an ACL. The ACL determines which firms can read documents and which firms, in addition to the owner, can update document attributes.

Sample ACL aggregate within a DRI RepositoryOperationRq message

Both the RepositoryOperationRq and RepositoryOperationRs messages include an optional ACL aggregate within each document aggregate.  

<RepositoryOperationRq xmlns =”…“>

<CreationDtTime>2003-09-01T12:00:00+01:00</CreationDtTime>

<RepositoryOperationTypeCd>RepositoryUpload</RepositoryOperationTypeCd>

<MsgId>f81dfae-7dec-11d0-a765-00a0c91e6bf9</MsgId>

:

:c

<AcessControlList>

<AccessParty>

<!--

Only ‘add’ valid in the London Market

-- >

<ListActionCd>add</ListActionCd>

<AccessRightCd>read</AccessRightCd>

<PartyId>urn:duns:123456789</PartyId>

<PartyRoleCd>Broker</PartyRoleCd>

Optional

<PartyName>BrokerName</PartyName>

</AccessParty>

</AccessControlList>

:

:

</RepositoryOperationRq>

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