Vector Pipeline L.P.

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Effective Date: 12/01/2000, Docket: CP98-133-005, Status: Effective

Original Sheet No. 248 Original Sheet No. 248 : Effective

 

2.1.2 The "Receipt Computer" shall be defined in the Exhibit(s) as the

receiving party's Uniform Resource Locator ("URL"), which describes the protocols

which are needed to access the resources and point to the appropriate Internet

locations. Where the parties employ the services of Providers to transmit and

receive Documents, the Receipt Computer shall be defined in the Exhibit(s) as the

receiving party's URL provided by the receiving party's Provider.

 

2.2 Digital Signature Verification and Decryption

 

Upon proper receipt of any Document, the receiving party shall attempt to

decrypt the Document and verify the digital signature of the sending party. If the

Document is verified and the decryption is successful, the receiving party shall

transmit a Functional Acknowledgment in return. If the Document is verified and the

decryption is unsuccessful, the receiving party shall send the applicable error

message to the sending party. The sending party shall attempt to correct the error

and promptly retransmit the Document or otherwise contact the receiving party.

 

2.3 Functional Acknowledgment and Response Document

 

2.3.1 For the purposes of this Agreement, a "Functional Acknowledgment" means

an ASC X12 Transaction Set 997 which confirms a Document has been received and

whether all required portions of the Document are syntactically correct or not, but

which does not confirm the substantive content(s) of the related Document.

 

2.3.2 If the Functional Acknowledgment indicates an error, neither party shall

rely on the Document. The sending party shall attempt to correct the error and

promptly retransmit the Document or otherwise contact the receiving party. If the

Functional Acknowledgment does not indicate any error, the Functional Acknowledgment

shall constitute conclusive evidence a Document has been received in syntactically

correct form.

 

2.3.3 If there has been proper receipt pursuant to Section 2.1, verification

and successful decryption pursuant to Section 2.2, and if the receiving party

nevertheless fails to transmit a Functional Acknowledgment, the sending party's

records of the contents of the Document shall control, unless the sending party has

retransmitted a Document pursuant to Section 2.3.7.

 

2.3.4 By mutual agreement, the parties may designate in the Exhibit(s) a

"Response Document" Transaction Set as a substitute for or in addition to an ASC X12

Transaction Set 997. A Response Document confirms that a Document has been received,

and whether all required portions of the Document are syntactically correct, and

contains data sent by the receiving party to the sending party in response to the

substantive content of the related Document.