IptcEnvelopeRecordDataSet enumeration

Defines IPTC Envelope Record dataSet numbers.

public enum IptcEnvelopeRecordDataSet


Name Value Description
ModelVersion 0 A binary number identifying the version of the Information Interchange Model, Part I, utilised by the provider. Version numbers are assigned by IPTC and NAA. The version number of this record is four (4).
Destination 5 Optional, repeatable, maximum 1024 octets, consisting of sequentially contiguous graphic characters. This DataSet is to accommodate some providers who require routing information above the appropriate OSI layers.
FileFormat 20 File format.
FileFormatVersion 22 Mandatory, not repeatable, two octets. A binary number representing the particular version of the File Format specified in 1:20. A list of File Formats, including version cross references, is included as Appendix A.
ServiceIdentifier 30 Mandatory, not repeatable. Up to 10 octets, consisting of graphic characters. Identifies the provider and product.
EnvelopeNumber 40 Mandatory, not repeatable, eight octets, consisting of numeric characters. The characters form a number that will be unique for the date specified in 1:70 and for the Service Identifier specified in 1:30. If identical envelope numbers appear with the same date and with the same Service Identifier, records 2-9 must be unchanged from the original. This is not intended to be a sequential serial number reception check.
ProductID 50 Optional, repeatable. Up to 32 octets, consisting of graphic characters. Allows a provider to identify subsets of its overall service. Used to provide receiving organization data on which to select, route, or otherwise handle data.
EnvelopePriority 60 Optional, not repeatable. A single octet, consisting of a numeric character. Specifies the envelope handling priority and not the editorial urgency (see 2:10, Urgency). ‘1’ indicates the most urgent, ‘5’ the normal urgency, and ‘8’ the least urgent copy. The numeral ‘9’ indicates a User Defined Priority. The numeral ‘0’ is reserved for future use.
DateSent 70 Mandatory, not repeatable. Eight octets, consisting of numeric characters. Uses the format CCYYMMDD (century, year, month, day) as defined in ISO 8601 to indicate year, month and day the service sent the material.
TimeSent 80 Uses the format HHMMSS±HHMM where HHMMSS refers to local hour, minute and seconds and HHMM refers to hours and minutes ahead (+) or behind (-) Universal Coordinated Time as described in ISO 8601. This is the time the service sent the material.
CodedCharacterSet 90 Optional, not repeatable, up to 32 octets, consisting of one or more control functions used for the announcement, invocation or designation of coded character sets. The control functions follow the ISO 2022 standard and may consist of the escape control character and one or more graphic characters. For more details see Appendix C, the IPTC-NAA Code Library.
Uno 100 Invalid (eternal identifier).
ArmIdentifier 120 The DataSet identifies the Abstract Relationship Method (ARM) which is described in a document registered by the originator of the ARM with the IPTC and NAA.
ArmVersion 122 Binary number representing the particular version of the ARM specified in DataSet 1:120.

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