Gulf South Pipeline Company L P
Sixth Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 10/01/2002, Docket: RP02-421-000, Status: Effective
First Revised Sheet No. 2438 First Revised Sheet No. 2438 : Effective
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 2438
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
4.3.78 When a Form and a Matrix exist for a Customer Activities Web page,
a mechanism should exist to populate the Form with data from a
selected item in the Matrix.
4.3.79 The sub-categories and the labels for the category of Invoicing
should appear, if applicable, in the Navigational Area as follows:
Invoice Payment Remittance
Statement of Account
Links supporting additional sub-categories will follow these
links. This does not preclude a further breakdown within sub-
category from being listed in the Navigational Area.
4.3.80 GISB FF/EDM flat files should be formatted as ASCII comma
separated value (CSV) files.
Rows are separated by a carriage return/line feed (CRLF).
Fields are separated by commas.
When a field contains a comma, the field should be enclosed by
Double-quotes should not be used within any data field.
When numeric data is negative, the minus sign should precede the
When numeric data contains decimal precision, the decimal point
should be included within the field.
When numeric data contains one or more significant leading zeros,
these zeros should be preserved in the flat file.
Date fields should be formatted as YYYYMMDD.
Time fields should be specified in a 24 hour format, formatted as
HH:MM or HH:MM:SS, as applicable.
Date/Time fields should be formatted as YYYYMMDD HH:MM or YYYYMMDD
HH:MM:SS when date and time are expressed in one GISB data
element. Note that there should be exactly one space between the
day (DD) and the hour (HH).
The maximum amount of data to be placed in a field should be
limited to 256 characters.
When a field contains no data, the empty field should result in
two delimiters next to each other. Note that there should be no
blank spaces between the delimeters.