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This section of the DDEX Knowledge Base contains Version 1.0 of Part 3 (Basic Claim Detail Message for Musical Works) of the Claim Detail Message Suite Standard 

Editorial Comment

All comments that were in red or pink or green before the Nashville plenary have now been turned black. All changes agreed in Nashville remain coloured in blue (as that was the colour used in Nashville).

These changes can be found in §§ 2.2.

Annex A has been removed. It was to contain samples but they are nowadays provided via the knowledge base.


1 Introduction

This standard was developed by the member organisations of the Digital Data Exchange, LLC (DDEX) and provides a format for a response to a sales/usage report received by an owner/administrator of Musical Works (usually the "Licensor") which sets out the claim (“right share”) each owner/administrator is making in respect of the Musical Works identified in the sales/usage report and all the calculation details behind the individual and aggregate royalty claim being made by each owner/administrator in such detail that the original sender of the sales/usage report (usually the "Licensee") can be confident in accepting the associated invoice for payment. 

This standard defines the Profile to communicate claims and invoice details for Musical Works for pre-usage and post-usage scenarios.

Any organisation wishing to implement this (or any other DDEX standard) is required to apply for an Implementation Licence. The terms of the licence and an application form can be found on https://ddex.net/implementation/implementation-licence-and-ddex-party-identifiers.

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2 Scope

 2.1 Introduction
The message defined in this Part provides a mechanism for Licensors (typically Music Rights Societies, and/or Music Publishers) to communicate claims, either with or without accompanying invoice details to Licensees (typically Digital Service Providers).
 2.2 Organisation of the Standard
This Part of the Claim Detail Message Suite Standard comprises five clauses. Clauses 1–4 provide an introduction, scope and a list of core terms and abbreviations. Clause 5 then defines the Profile for communicating claims and/or invoice information.

3 Normative References

 3 Normative References
The following normative documents contain provisions, which through reference in this text constitute provisions of this standard. For dated references, subsequent amendments to, or revisions of, any of these publications do not apply. For undated references, the latest version applies.
  • DDEX. Claim Detail Message Suite Standard – Part 1: Architecture.
  • DDEX. Claim Detail Message Suite Standard – Part 2: Record Type Definitions.
  • DDEX. Digital Sales Reporting Message Suite Standard – Part 2: Allowed Value Sets.

4 Terms and Abbreviations

 4 Terms and Abbreviations
The terms and abbreviations used  in Part 1 of the Claim Detail Message Suite Standard also apply to this Standard.

5 Profile for Basic Claims for Musical Works

 5.1 New Claims and/or New Invoice Details
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 5.2 Corrections
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