2
DDMMYY
Calendar date: D = Day; M = Month; Y = Year.
3
MMDDYY
Calendar date: M = Month; D = Day; Y = Year.
4
DDMMCCYY
Calendar date C=Century; Y=Year; M=Month; D=Day.
5
DDMMCCYYHHMM
Calendar date and time: C=Century; Y=Year; M=Month; D=Day; H=Hour; M=Minute.
6
CCYYMMB
Half-month: CC=century YY=year MM=month, B=1:first half month, B=2:second half month.
7
CCYYMMW
Week within a calendar month: CC=century YY=year MM=month. W=1-5 first week to fifth week in a month.
8
CCYYMMDDS
Shift within a calendar day: CC=century YY=year MM=month DD=day S=1-9 shift in a day.
9
CCYYMMDDPP
Time period within a calendar day: CC=century YY=year MM=month DD=day PP=00-99 time period.
10
CCYYMMDDTHHMM
Calendar date including time with minutes: C=Century; Y=Year; M=Month; D=Day; T=Time designator; H=Hour; M=Minutes. The character [T] shall be used as time designator to indicate the start of the representation of the time. For example: 20010912T1433.
101
YYMMDD
Calendar date: Y = Year; M = Month; D = Day.
102
CCYYMMDD
Calendar date: C = Century ; Y = Year ; M = Month ; D = Day.
103
YYWWD
Calendar week day: Y = Year ; W = Week ; D = Day Week number 01 is always first week of January Day number 1 is always Monday.
105
YYDDD
Calendar day: Y = Year ; D = Day January the first = Day 001 Always start numbering the days of the year from January 1st through December 31st.
106
MMDD
Day of a month: M = Month; D = Day.
107
DDD
Day's number within a specific year: D = Day.
108
WW
Week's number within a specific year: W = Week.
109
MM
Month's number within a specific year: M = Month.
110
DD
Day's number within is a specific month: D = Day.
201
YYMMDDHHMM
Calendar date including time without seconds: Y = Year; M = Month; D = Day; H = Hour; M = Minute.
202
YYMMDDHHMMSS
Calendar date including time with seconds: Y = Year; M = Month; D = Day; H = Hour; m = Minutes = Seconds.
203
CCYYMMDDHHMM
Calendar date including time with minutes: C=Century; Y=Year; M=Month; D=Day; H=Hour; M=Minutes.
204
CCYYMMDDHHMMSS
Calendar date including time with seconds: C=Century;Y=Year; M=Month;D=Day;H=Hour;M=Minute;S=Second.
205
CCYYMMDDHHMMZHHMM
Calendar date including time and time zone expressed in hours and minutes. ZHHMM = time zone given as offset from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
301
YYMMDDHHMMZZZ
See 201 + Z = Time zone.
302
YYMMDDHHMMSSZZZ
See 202 + Z = Time zone.
303
CCYYMMDDHHMMZZZ
See 203 plus Z=Time zone.
304
CCYYMMDDHHMMSSZZZ
See 204 plus Z=Time zone.
305
MMDDHHMM
Month, day, hours, minutes; M = Month; D = Day; H = Hour; M = Minute.
306
DDHHMM
Day, hours, minutes; D = Day; H = Hour; M = Minute.
401
HHMM
Time without seconds: H = Hour; m = Minute.
402
HHMMSS
Time with seconds: H = Hour; m = Minute; s = Seconds.
404
HHMMSSZZZ
See 402 plus Z=Time zone.
405
MMMMSS
Time without hours: m=minutes, s=seconds.
406
ZHHMM
Offset from Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) where Z is plus (+) or minus (-).
501
HHMMHHMM
Time span without seconds: H = Hour; m = Minute;.
502
HHMMSS-HHMMSS
A period of time specified by giving the start time followed by the end time (both expressed by hours minutes and seconds). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
503
HHMMSSZZZ-HHMMSSZZZ
A period of time specified by giving the start time followed by the end time (both expressed by hours minutes, seconds and time zone). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
600
CC
Century.
601
YY
Calendar year: Y = Year.
602
CCYY
Calendar year including century: C = Century; Y = Year.
603
YYS
Semester in a calendar year: Y = Year; S = Semester.
604
CCYYS
Semester in a calendar year: C = Century; Y = Year; S = Semester.
608
CCYYQ
Quarter in a calendar year: C = Century; Y = Year; Q = Quarter.
609
YYMM
Month within a calendar year: Y = Year; M = Month.
610
CCYYMM
Month within a calendar year: CC = Century; Y = Year; M = Month.
613
YYMMA
To specifiy a ten-day period within a month of a year (A = ten day period).
614
CCYYMMA
To specifiy a ten-day period within a month of a year, including century (A = ten day period).
615
YYWW
Week within a calendar year: Y = Year; W = Week 1st week of January = week 01.
616
CCYYWW
Week within a calendar year: CC = Century; Y = Year; W = Week (1st week of January = week 01).
701
YY-YY
A period of time specified by giving the start year followed by the end year (both without century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
702
CCYY-CCYY
A period of time specified by giving the start year followed by the end year (both including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
703
YYS-YYS
A period of time specified by giving the start semester of a year followed by the end semester of a year (both not including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
704
CCYYS-CCYYS
A period of time specified by giving the start semester of a year followed by the end semester of a year (both including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
705
YYPYYP
Format of period to be given without hyphen (P = period of 4 months).
706
CCYYP-CCYYP
Format of period to be given without hyphen (P = period of 4 months).
707
YYQ-YYQ
A period of time specified by giving the start quarter of a year followed by the end quarter of year (both not including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
708
CCYYQ-CCYYQ
A period of time specified by giving the start quarter of a year followed by the end quarter of year (both including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
709
YYMM-YYMM
A period of time specified by giving the start month of a year followed by the end month of a year (both not including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
710
CCYYMM-CCYYMM
A period of time specified by giving the start month of a year followed by the end month of a year (both including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
713
YYMMDDHHMM-YYMMDDHHMM
A period of time specified by giving the start time followed by the end time (format year, month, day, hour and minute). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
715
YYWW-YYWW
A period of time specified by giving the start week of a year followed by the end week of year (both not including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
716
CCYYWW-CCYYWW
A period of time specified by giving the start week of a year followed by the end week of year (both including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
717
YYMMDD-YYMMDD
A period of time specified by giving the start date followed by the end date (both not including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
718
CCYYMMDD-CCYYMMDD
A period of time specified by giving the start date followed by the end date (both including century). Data is to be transmitted as consecutive characters without hyphen.
719
CCYYMMDDHHMM-CCYYMMDDHHMM
A period of time which includes the century, year, month, day, hour and minute. Format of period to be given in actual message without hyphen.
720
DHHMM-DHHMM
Format of period to be given without hyphen (D=day of the week, 1=Monday; 2=Tuesday; ... 7=Sunday).
801
Year
To indicate a quantity of years.
802
Month
To indicate a quantity of months.
803
Week
To indicate a quantity of weeks.
804
Day
To indicate a quantity of days.
805
Hour
To indicate a quantity of hours.
806
Minute
To indicate a quantity of minutes.
807
Second
To indicate a quantity of seconds.
808
Semester
To indicate a quantity of semesters (six months).
809
Four months period
To indicate a quantity of four months periods.
810
Trimester
To indicate a quantity of trimesters (three months).
811
Half month
To indicate a quantity of half months.
812
Ten days
To indicate a quantity of ten days periods.
813
Day of the week
Numeric representation of the day (Monday = 1).
814
Working days
Number of working days.