Mismatch between CriteriaDataFlows.xlsx and output from ESPD-service




I hope this this the rigth locations for problems identified in "ESPD exchange data model v1.0"


Under requirement group 602c69d2-b9db-4edf-bd64-412f476d7575 the CriteriaDataFlows specifies:


ecf40999-7b64-4e10-b960-7f8ff8674cf6 Reason
7d35fb7c-da5b-4830-b598-4f347a04dceb Date of conviction


while the ESPD service returns a xml with:


ecf40999-7b64-4e10-b960-7f8ff8674cf6 : Date of conviction

7d35fb7c-da5b-4830-b598-4f347a04dceb: Reason


The two fields are reversed somehow.


Which is the correct version?







Thu, 28/04/2016 - 08:11

Dear Finn, these misalignments are right now being corrected. Please keep watching the changes being published in the Wiki provided by DG GROW (https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/fpfis/wikis/display/EPROC/ESPD+-+European+…). 


Use the Structure Tables "ESPD Criteria: Exclusion Criteria", "ESPD Crfiteria: Selection Criteria" and "ESPD Criteria: Other Criteria to check the definition and attributes of Criteria, GroupRequirements, and Requirements:





You will need an ECAS account to access this wiki. It doesn't need to be a COM's account, you can create your own EXTERNAL account in: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/cas/eim/external/register.cgi


Please feel free to post any comment also in the wiki.


good luck!




Tue, 03/05/2016 - 10:45

Good morning,


We already have an ECAS account has TED Senders but when try to access the linked Wiki results a Page not found error

Tue, 10/05/2016 - 07:21

Dear Anna Rosa,


I've been trying all the links in my reply above and they all work for me. I have an ECAS account as EXTERNAL. Try with this type of account. In the meantime I'll search for other possible reasons for your issue.



Wed, 11/05/2016 - 15:34

My account is EXTERNAL too, even searchi for ESPD in all the spaces doesn't return any appropriate result

Tue, 07/06/2016 - 11:44

Same issue, I got external account and can't access the link above. Any solution?

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