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Sixth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 07/01/2003, Docket: RP03-413-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 2434 First Revised Sheet No. 2434 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 2434
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
4.3.55 Where display information on a Customer Activities Web site is
derivable from data provided in a previous upload or download, the
information should not be included in the EDI/EDM standards [or
FF/EDM standard, for later consideration] that directly correspond
to the EBB/EDM Web page being displayed.
4.3.56 The industry should use common codes for location points and legal
entities when communicating via EDI/EDM, EBB/EDM and/or FF/EDM.
The corresponding common code name should also be used in EBB/EDM.
4.3.57 Customer Activities Web pages should support entry of the maximum
length for valid data, however, display can be done in a manner to
minimize left to right scrolling.
4.3.58 On Customer Activities Web pages, informational display fields can
be displayed with related data.
4.3.59 Providers of Customer Activities Web sites should ensure that the
site operates within the guidelines of the "Technical
Characteristics of the Client Workstation" described in the
Appendix of the Electronic Delivery Mechanism Related Standards
Manual. This appendix, listing examples of hardware and software
configurations that providers should meet, should be reviewed and
updated by the Future Technologies Task Force, at a minimum, by
the spring of each year and presented to the GISB Executive
Committee for adoption by the June meeting of that committee.
4.3.60 Access to the Customer Activities Web Site should be protected by
HTTP Basic Authentication or similar logon/password mechanism(s).
A Customer Activities Web site should typically require a single
logon/password pair for each user session.
4.3.61 Data communications for Customer Activities Web sites should
utilize 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption.
4.3.62 Custom downloadable modules presented by a Customer Activities Web
site should be signed by the author. The signatures on these
modules should be communicated in advance to Web site users.