LIXI Master Schema 2.2.1

Version Superseded

Please note that this version (2.2.1) was superseded on 5th May 2017 by version 2.2.2.
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LIXI issued this release of the LIXI Master Schema (version 2.2.1) incorporating releases of the derived Transaction Schema (CAL 2.6.1; DAS 2.2.1; & CNZ 2.0.1) on the 17th February 2017.

This release supersedes the LIXI Master Schema (LIXI Master Schema 2.2.0) and the derived transaction schema (CAL 2.6.0 & DAS 2.2.0).

This release incorporates:

  • Support for Foreign Tax Association data capture complying with the Common Reporting Standards amongst the OECD nations (OECD CRS);
  • Introduction of a Needs Analysis section to support the transmission of data captured during the fact find interview;
  • Improved support for creation of deposit products as part of a suite of products associated with a mortgage;
  • Support for ANZSCO Occupation Codes;
  • Numerous additions to support differences between the Credit Application requirements for New Zealand from the Australian Standard;
  • Numerous additions to support additional data points that may be needed when a Credit Application is created using a Lenders internal system (more detailed information about the state of a specific liability for example);
  • Numerous improvements to definitions;
  • Numerous structural changes that do not affect xml instances or messages created using the standard.

Artefacts in this release include:

Further documentation about the derived Transaction Schema releases can be found here:

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This standard is confidential to LIXI Limited and may not be disclosed, duplicated, or used, for any purpose, in whole or in part, without the prior consent of LIXI Limited. Both the XML Schema Definition files and associated documentation are licensed under the LIXI End User Licence Agreement (EULA) that can be found here: LIXI-End-User-Licence-Agreement-v4-2015-08 . An introduction to this EULA is available here: Introduction to EULA 2013 10 V.2.pdf .

Updated: 5th May 2017