If a label messages a take down for one particular territory of say a three territory account, and the product is available in all three territories prior to this take down, the label will need to signal Deal information for all three territories – with one territory getting "no deal". It is not sufficient to simply omit the taken down territory in subsequent messages.
This ensures that the recipient is never left in any doubt whether there is a deal for a particular territory or not.
There is one exception to this rule, alas: a global takedown for the particular Release and a subsequent new Deal for two territories is sufficient>
|1||DE, FR, GB||DE, FR, GB||Initial message|
|2||DE, FR||Invalid message, no information about the UK|
|3||DE, FR||GB||DE, FR||Correct message to take down the UK|
|4||DE||GB, FR||DE||Content only available in Germany|
|5||Worldwide||Global takedown message|
|6||GB, FR||GB, FR||Re-starting delivery, there is no need to communicate rights for Germany any more|