App and Python library for parsing, writing, and validation of the STAND013 file format.

Overview

python-stand013

python-stand013 is a Python app and library for parsing, writing, and validation of the STAND013 file format.

Features

The following is a list of python-stand013's existing and planned features.

  • Validation
    • ORDERS purchase orders
    • ORDRSP purchase order responses
    • DESADV delivery notes
  • Parsing
    • ORDERS purchase orders
    • ORDRSP purchase order responses
    • DESADV delivery notes
  • Writing
    • ORDERS purchase orders
    • ORDRSP purchase order responses
    • DESADV delivery notes

Installation

python-stand013 requires Python 3.7 or newer. It can be installed from PyPI using e.g. pip:

python3 -m pip install stand013

Usage as command line tool

The stand013 executable can be used to validate ORDERS, ORDRSP, and DESADV files. The file type to validate is automatically detected.

Example of successful validation:

❯ stand013 validate tests/examples/ordrsp.xml
File: tests/examples/ordrsp.xml
Document type: ORDRSP
XML Schema validation: passed
❯

Example of unrecognized file format:

❯ stand013 validate /etc/passwd
File: /etc/passwd
Document type: Failed to detect
❯

Example of invalid file:

❯ stand013 validate DESADV-failing.xml
File: DESADV-failing.xml
Document type: DESADV
XML Schema validation: failed

  failed validating {} with XsdAttributeGroup(['MessageOwner', 'MessageType', 'MessageVersion']):

  Reason: missing required attribute 'MessageOwner'

  Schema:

    <xsd:complexType xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" name="DeliveryNoteType">
      <xsd:sequence>
        <xsd:element name="MessageNumber" type="xsd:string" minOccurs="0">
          <xsd:annotation>
            <xsd:documentation>Unikt nr som identifiserer meldingen innenfor en utveksling</xsd:documentation>
          </xsd:annotation>
        </xsd:element>
        <xsd:element name="MessageTimestamp" type="xsd:dateTime">
          <xsd:annotation>
            <xsd:documentation>Meldingens dato (YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SS) Sendetidspunkt</xsd:documentation>
          </xsd:annotation>
        </xsd:element>
        <xsd:element name="DeliveryNoteHeader" type="DeliveryNoteHeaderType">
          <xsd:annotation>
            <xsd:documentation>Pakkseddel hode</xsd:documentation>
          </xsd:annotation>
        </xsd:element>
        <xsd:element name="DeliveryNoteDetails" type="DeliveryNoteDetailsType" maxOccurs="unbounded">
          <xsd:annotation>
            <xsd:documentation>Pakkseddel detaljer</xsd:documentation>
      ...
      ...
    </xsd:complexType>

  Instance:

    <DeliveryNote xmlns="http://www.ean-nor.no/schemas/eannor">
      <MessageOwner>GS1NOR</MessageOwner>
      <MessageType>DELIVERYNOTE</MessageType>
      <MessageVersion>STAND013 v.1.0</MessageVersion>
      <MessageTimestamp>2021-05-31T09:49:00</MessageTimestamp>
      ...
      ...
    </DeliveryNote>

  Path: /Interchange/DeliveryNote

❯

Usage as library

TODO: Pending support for parsing and writing STAND013 files.

XML schema changes

The bundled XML schemas in src/stand013/schemas/ have been retrieved from https://stand.no/en/home/downloads/. We're currently including the May 2020 revision of the XML schemas.

We've done the following changes to the XML schemas to make them work for our use case.

  • Commit 7bdb761d378a4ec2922a1ea14048b614e4cd08e1: Fix references to the STAND013-Components_v1p1.xsd file. This file is in the same directory as the other schemas, not in ../Components/. This is true both for the Zip file at stand.no and in python-stand013.

  • Commit bd9e138ac6275ccabe7ce0907157a3a83d0b5ea1: Renamed STAND013 DeliveryNote_v1p1.xsd to STAND013-DeliveryNote_v1p1.xsd so that the reference from STAND013-DeliveryNote_Interchange_v1p1.xsd works, and the file name matches the other XML schemas.

  • Commit 955dfb86974d78f64d4da1dfdc72b0e27897a2a4: Change type for ORDERS' Interchange/Order/OrderHeader/OrderResponse from MessageResponseType (an enum with the values AC, AE, or NE) to a new OrderResponseType enum with Z1 as the only possible value. This matches the format documentation, and is necessary to be able to validate any ORDERS using the XML schemas.

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    The scope of python-stand013 is to be a Python app and library for parsing, writing, and validating the STAND013 file format. Currently, only validation is implemented.

    Pros:

    • There's nothing proprietary to Oda in the project as-is or in the project's scope, as defined above.
    • If the industry gets better tools to work with its custom file formats, Oda will benefit too.
    • An opportunity to display how we try to be "brilliant at the basics" when building Oda :infinity:

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