CODECO Message Implementation Guideline LOCAL USAGE FOR APDL


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CODECO Message Implementation Guideline LOCAL USAGE FOR APDL

This document contains the APDL local specifications (usage, codes), complementary to the CODECO Message Implementation Guideline (MIG) definition, elaborated in the context of the JUL Project.
This document follows an autonomous version numbering sequence, in relation with the MIG.
This document is complementary to MIG JUL00CODECO0009 and newer, except an updated version is released.
The reading of this document should be done together with the latest MIG version, except if otherwise is specified.
In the MIG there are references to this document where justified. These references can be at group, segment or element level. However, local specifications for APDL only exist if listed in this document. Usually this reference is based on the presence of the text “Usage complemented in a local document if mentioned in that document”.
In the below table, the reader can find local specifications identified by the Position Number, Segment Group, Segment and Element that can be found in the MIG. The easier way to match the items in the table with the content in the MIG is by using the Segment Table found at the initial pages of the MIG.

Item Location and Identification
00030 DTM
00050 SG1
00070 SG1:DTM
00080 SG2 00090 SG2:TDT

Rule applicable in Leixões
This segment is required to provide the date/time of the message.
At least this 1 occurence of this group must exist. Or to identify the document (in case of Original message) or to identify the previous message of the document (in case of non-Original message).
This segment is required for each occurence of the group to provide the date/time of the item in RFF.
This group is required.
For APDL, the minimum required usage of the segment is

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00090 SG2:TDT:8028 00090 SG2:TDT:C001 00090 SG2:TDT:C040 00090 SG2:TDT:C222 00110 SG2:RFF 00130 SG3:LOC:C519:3223
00160 SG4:NAD:3035 00170 SG5 00200 SG6 00380 SG10:EQD:C237 00390 SG10:RFF

TDT+20++1’
Since for APDL the visit id (vessel call id) is provided by the Terminal Operators, these elements are optional.
At least 1 occurence with qualifier ‘ATZ’ must be present.
If used, the following list of codes identify the possible docks/quays for the vessel:
For the Port of Leixões:
TCN: Terminal de Contentores Norte TCS: Terminal de Contentores Sul D2S: Doca 2 Sul D2N: Doca 2 Norte D4N: Doca 4 Norte D1S: Doca 1 Sul D1N – RORO: Doca 1 Norte Ro-Ro D1N – PASSAGEIROS: Doca 1 Norte Passageiros TCZ: Terminal de Cruzeiros TOGL: Terminal Oceânico GALP Leça MOS: Molhe Sul – Multiusos PA: Terminal Petroleiro – Posto A PB: Terminal Petroleiro – Posto B PC: Terminal Petroleiro – Posto C
For the Port of Viana do Castelo:
TEN: Terminal Estaleiros Navais TCB: Terminal Cais do Bugio TCC: Terminal Cais Comercial
Qualifier ‘TR’ is required.
The occurence with qualifier ‘AG’ will be ignored. See note on “00610 SG10:NAD”.
This group is Dependent. Must be used when SG4:NAD is identifying a Terminal Operator.
This group will not be used.
Considering that a wagon is an attached equipment identified in segment SG10:EQA, if the occurence of segment group 10 is to report an empty wagon, then this element is not needed.
Complementary notes on usage.

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00390 SG10:RFF:1153 00420 SG10:LOC:C519

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If the message is not a Gate-In Report (BGM:1001 <> '109') nor a Discharge Report from rail (BGM:1001 <> ‘119’) then in this segment the previouly most recent report sent should be identified. The following rules apply.
If after the discharge from vessel no other document (a status change report or a shift report) was reported, then this segment references a discharge report with an identification assigned by the terminal operator (C506:1153 = 'CV'). Otherwise, this segment references a status change report or shift report with an identification assigned by the terminal operator (C506:1153 = ‘ER’).
If the goods arrived by land, this segment references the gate document that was declared by the time of the goods entrance into the terminal, a status change report or a shift report previously sent, whatever is the most recent. In this case use qualifer C506:1153 = 'ER'.
Qualifier ‘DSO’ will be treated like ‘ADO’.
Complementary notes on usage.
When DE:3227 = '150' then the format for this element is to specify a Terminal Cell ID with the format TTTPPPFFFFFFLA where:
- TTT: Terminal sub-area with values TCN or TCS (3 characters)
- PPP: Park (3 characters) - FFFFFF: Initial Row and Final Row (3 plus 3 characters) - L: Line (1 characters) - A: Hight (1 characters)
or other terminal area as free text (codes will be defined).
In this context the codes in the TTT position mean.
For the Port of Leixões:
TCN - Terminal de Contentores Norte (North Container Terminal)
TCS - Terminal de Contentores Sul (South Container Terminal)
DPN - Depósito Norte (North Depot) DPS - Depósito Sul (South Depot) D2S - Doca 2 Sul (Dock n. 2 South) D2N - Doca 2 Norte (Dock n. 2 North) D4N - Doca 4 Norte (Dock n. 4 North) D1S - Doca 1 Sul (Dock n. 1 South)

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00590 SG13:LOC:C519
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D1N – Doca 1 Norte Ro-Ro e Passageiros (Dock n. 1 North, Ro-Ro and Passengers)
MOS - Molhe Sul – Multiusos (South Mole Multipurpose)
For the Port of Viana do Castelo:
TEN - Terminal Estaleiros Navais (Shipyard) TCB - Terminal Cais do Bugio (Bugio Quay) TCC - Terminal Cais Comercial (Comercial Quay)
Full equipment can not be located in the Depot.
In some situations there is the need to identify an installation at the location. The prefered method is to use SG10:NAD to identify the entity operating a particular installation at the location. In this case the qualifier codes to use in SG10:NAD:3035 are ‘JB’ and ‘JC’.
Complementary notes on usage.
In this context the codes for terminal / installation identificaton are the following.
For the Port of Leixões:
TCN - Terminal de Contentores Norte (North Container Terminal)
TCS - Terminal de Contentores Sul (South Container Terminal)
DPN - Depósito Norte (North Depot) DPS - Depósito Sul (South Depot) D2S - Doca 2 Sul (Dock n. 2 South) D2N - Doca 2 Norte (Dock n. 2 North) D4N - Doca 4 Norte (Dock n. 4 North) D1S - Doca 1 Sul (Dock n. 1 South) D1N – Doca 1 Norte Ro-Ro e Passageiros (Dock n. 1 North, Ro-Ro and Passengers) MOS - Molhe Sul – Multiusos (South Mole Multipurpose)
For the Port of Viana do Castelo:
TEN - Terminal Estaleiros Navais (Shipyard) TCB - Terminal Cais do Bugio (Bugio Quay) TCC - Terminal Cais Comercial (Comercial Quay)
Full equipment can not be located in the Depot.
In some situations there is the need to identify an installation at the location. The prefered method is to use SG10:NAD to identify the entity operating a particular installation at the location. In this case the qualifier codes to use in SG10:NAD:3035 are ‘PW’ and ‘DP’.

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At least 1 occurence must exist with SG10:NAD:3035 = ‘AG’.
Additionally the usage of this group is the prefered way to identify a particular installation on the location identified in SG10:LOC:C517. For this purpose the value in SG10:LOC:C517:3225 and in SG10:NAD should be used in conjunction, being SG10:NAD:3035 in {‘JB’, ‘JC’}.
Also the usage of this group is the prefered way to identify a particular installation on the location identified in SG13:LOC:C517. For this purpose the value in SG13:LOC:C517:3225 and in SG10:NAD should be used in conjunction, being SG10:NAD:3035 in {‘PW’, ‘DP’}.

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