classification-status

Position 39: Original and reclassified data
Original data is the first data assigned to the document. 
In case of a publishing office assigning classification symbols at
the core level, another office may also assign symbols at 
the advanced level as original data.
Reclassified data is data changed due to a change in the classification schemes.
Various data is data changed due to an incidental reclassification 
of an individual document, such as the correction of a mistake.
Deleted data is data which has to be deleted from the 
Master Classification Database, due to a change in assigning of
classification symbols to a document.

The indication of the different types of data is marked by the letters B for the basic or original data,
R for reclassified data, V for various incidental changes, and D for data to be deleted.
Possible status: original-classification, reclassified, various-classification, deleted-classification

Element Information

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<xs:element name="classification-status" type="classification-statusType">
  <xs:annotation>
    <xs:documentation>Position 39: Original and reclassified data Original data is the first data assigned to the document. In case of a publishing office assigning classification symbols at the core level, another office may also assign symbols at the advanced level as original data. Reclassified data is data changed due to a change in the classification schemes. Various data is data changed due to an incidental reclassification of an individual document, such as the correction of a mistake. Deleted data is data which has to be deleted from the Master Classification Database, due to a change in assigning of classification symbols to a document. The indication of the different types of data is marked by the letters B for the basic or original data, R for reclassified data, V for various incidental changes, and D for data to be deleted. Possible status: original-classification, reclassified, various-classification, deleted-classification</xs:documentation>
  </xs:annotation>
</xs:element>

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