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[ARCHIVE] Handling transaction detail extendedData when NPP not supported Follow

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    Randima Niroshini

    James Bligh This is good information. Do you think Standards should reflect this information? I spent hours looking for an answer for the team. Should have checked here first :)

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    Jarryd Judd

    Hi Randima Niroshini,

    Thanks for the feedback, glad the article was able to help! In regards to your question; the Consumer Data Standards defines the technical requirements and refrains from being opinionated in how organisations implement the requirements. 

    We are looking for improvements in the future in how you read and interact with the Standards and the CDR Support Portal.

    Regards.

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    Randima Niroshini

    Thanks Jarryd Judd. I was more thinking returning 404 error for Get Transaction Detail for non NPP transactions is more a technical requirement and should be a consistent implementation for Data holders.

    404 is not mentioned in the standards anywhere.

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    Jarryd Judd

    Randima Niroshini - if you aren't already aware of Decision Proposal 155: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/issues/155 It seeks to consult and develop the Error Catalogue and to address the list of standardised error codes and HTTP status codes for error handling across the CDR ecosystem.

    It is open for feedback until the 19th of February 2021.

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