THIS VERSION IS NOT THE LATEST RELEVANT DDEX STANDARD. DDEX RECOMMENDS TO USE THE LATEST VERSION.

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The following limitations apply to all Business Profiles defined in this standard:

  1. The use of the LanguageAndScriptCode attributes is discouraged.
  2. The CatalogTransfer composite may only be used in the context of the Choreography for the Transfer of Catalogues between Rights Holders of Sound Recordings and other such Rights Holders.
  3. The use of the Usage composite within the DealTerms is limited to cases where the recipient is receiving a new Deal or where an update is communicated. In other cases the either the AllDealsCancelled (in cases where the DSP can still show the relevant Release to its consumers but must not allow users to access it) or TakeDown (in cases where the DSP may not even show the relevant Release to its consumers) flags have to be used with the value “true”.
  4. The use of the BulkOrderWholesalePricePerUnit element is discouraged.
  5. The use of the RelatedReleaseOfferSet composite is discouraged.
  6. With the exception of ‘Purchase as a Physical Product’ the use of CarrierType is discouraged.
  7. The use of the PhysicalReturns composite is discouraged.
  8. The use of the NumberOfProductsPerCarton element is discouraged.
  9. The use of the UgcAccessPermissionRule composite is discouraged.
  10. The use of the ResourceUsage composite is discouraged.
  11. To communicate rules that limit message recipients to show certain release aspects to consumers is not encouraged. If such information is to be provided, four dates for ReleaseDisplayStartDate, TrackListingDisplayStartDate, CoverArtDisplayStartDate and ResourceAvailabilityStartDate must be provided. The message sender should be aware that for DSPs that cannot handle such granular “windowing” of making release information available to consumers may have to decide to delay making the Release (or certain aspects thereof) available.
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