- values that are allowed in the individual fields of declarations and,
- codes required for proper communication of data exchange.
Attention! The values entered into each field are validated by the systems. Validation verifies whether all fields that cannot be left blank have been filled and if the correct values have been entered.
The dictionaries contain the required coded values that enables the systems of both sides (administration and business) use a business language they can understand. Common language: codes, lists, types and other reference data (dictionary data), enables a customer-understandable exchange of messages/reports.
Kinds of values and codes in dictionaries:
- codes - used in declarations, e.g. codes of country, customs offices, guarantee types, control results, reasons for rejecting a correction, type of goods (commodity), etc.,
- types - e.g. SAD declaration types, SAD document subtypes, INTRASTAT statistical declaration types,
- registers - e.g. a dictionary of acceptable values for the second part of box 37 of the SAD declaration, holiday calendar, contract statuses, etc.,
- lists – e.g. list of customs agents, units of measurement used in import and export, exchange rates, intermediaries - gas and coal, gambling tax rates,
- statuses - e.g. contract statuses, etc.