D4 Notices Technical Walkthrough

Canada Border Services Agency
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The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is following up the recent D4 Notices Walkthroughs held in 2015 with a more technical walkthrough of these notices. These presentations are designed for the technical experts/IT programmers and will walk trade through the EDI Maps and the CBSA Notice responses in detail, identifying key functionality and important data elements for each notice. These presentations are directed to EDI clients only and will cover only the technical content of the data displayed in each notice.

The presentations are for both ANSI and EDIFACT notice formats, so you may choose to attend the presentation that is relevant to your business. All of the example notice data provided in the presentations will be provided in the same format as found in the D4 Test Case Package, which is currently available from the TCCU. Please note that the Notices ECCRD (version 6) is also available from the TCCU. If you have not done so already, it is recommended that you request both of these before the walkthrough so that you can review the material before the call.

With that, we would like to invite you to the eManifest D4 Notices Technical Walkthrough on Thursday, March 17th from 1:30 – 3:30pm ET (ANSI format) or Friday, March 18th from 1:30-3:30pm ET (EDIFACT format). Available call-in capacity for these two WebEx sessions may be limited, so please RSVP at emanifest_comm-manifeste_electronique_comm@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca stating which session (or both) that you wish to attend – CBSA will then respond with the call-in details. Please note that if demand exceeds the maximum number of call-in spots available, CBSA will hold additional sessions as required.

RSVP required by Tuesday, March 15, 2016 by email to: emanifest_comm-manifeste_electronique_comm@cbsa-asfc.gc.ca

2.5 CCS points and 2.5 CTCS credits will be awarded for attending this webinar. Because this is not a CSCB event, participants will have to provide proof of attendance to obtain points/credits, for example, a screenshot of the presentation or a "thank you for attending" email.