Software Developers

Clients who choose to use Electronic data interchange (EDI) will either use an off the shelf software package, or in-house software specifically tailored to their organisation's needs.

EDI users will view uniquely formatted screens that may be very different from the Customs Interactive view. There are many EDI software packages commercially available to industry.

In-house developed packages must adhere to the specifications outlined in the current Software Developers Guide (Version 3.33). The SDG is updated from time to time as changes are implemented. All new versions that incorporate any changes will be provided prior to the upload of these changes into the Industry Test environment.

Software developers guide - Version 3.33
Download the Software Developers Guide Version 3.33 as a zip file (4.59 MB)
Version updated on 1 July 2014.

The software developers guide has been updated in anticipation of a several changes that are contained in a new release (14.4.03) being made available in Industry Test and Production. This version (3.34) is available below but the changes contained with this version are not expected to be promoted to the Industry Test environment until 13 August 2014 and the Production environment until 10 September 2014. Full detail of release 14.4.03 will be provided prior to its promotion to the Industry Test environment.

Software developers guide - Version 3.34
Download the Software Developers Guide Version 3.34 as a zip file (4.59 MB)
Version updated on 24 July 2014.

The following is a list of developers (This is an alphabetical list)

 

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