EDI
API DocsTerminal

673 Quantity Qualifier

Code specifying the type of quantity

Type
Identifier (ID)
Length
Min 2 / Max 2
Codes
10
Cumulative Quantity - Rejected Material: Disposition Pending
11
Split Quantity
12
Ship Notice Quantity
13
Collateral Requirements
14
Quantity in Float
15
Quantity in Hold Out
16
Line Thread Quantity
17
Quantity on Hand
18
Previous Week Quantity
19
Unverified Receipts
20
Unusable Quantity
21
Cumulative Quantity Shipped Short - Disposition Pending
22
Cumulative Quantity Shipped Short - Disposition Challenged
23
Cumulative Quantity Shipped Long - Disposition Pending
24
Cumulative Quantity Shipped Long - Disposition Challenged
25
OEM Inventory
26
Total Inventory
27
Committed Quantity
28
Quantity Available for Return
29
Projected Available Inventory
30
Quote Quantity on Inventory
31
Additional Demand Quantity
32
Quantity Sold
33
Quantity Available for Sale (stock quantity)
34
Noncommitted Inventory on Shelf
35
Inventory on Shelf + Work in Progress
36
Distributor Inventory
37
Work In Process
38
Original Quantity
39
Shipped Quantity
40
Remaining Quantity
41
Number of Batches
42
Number of Checks
43
Talk Paths
The total number of talk paths associated with the ordered port(s)
44
Number of Patient Admissions
45
Cumulative quantity on order
46
Total transactions
47
Primary Net Quantity
48
Secondary Net Quantity
49
Number of Signed Bills of Lading
50
Number of Copies of Bill of Lading
51
Number of Unsigned Bills of Lading
52
Number of Originals
53
Original payment item count.
54
Bank reject item count.
55
Net to pay item count.
56
Minimum Contract Quantity
57
Minimum Order Quantity
58
Payment Cancellation Item Count
59
Individuals with Developmental Delay
60
Total Authorized Quantity
61
Remaining Authorized Quantity
62
Number of Days Covered by Inventory
63
On Order Quantity
64
Past Due Quantity
65
Previous Month's Usage
66
Minimum Fabrication Quantity
67
Minimum Ship Quantity
68
Maximum Number of Shipments Allowed
69
Incremental Order Quantity
70
Maximum Order Quantity
71
Educable Mentally Retarded Individuals
72
Minimum Stock Level
73
Maximum Stock Level
74
Damaged Goods
75
Receipts
76
Returns
77
Stock Transfers In
78
Stock Transfers Out
79
Billing Unit(s) Per Pricing Unit
80
Pricing Unit(s) Per Billing Unit
81
Prepaid Quantity Shipped
82
Prepaid Quantity Not Shipped
83
Submitted Quantity Sold
84
Submitted Quantity Returned
85
Lot Size
86
Nonconformance Quantity
87
Quantity Received
88
Beds
89
Operating Beds
90
Acknowledged Quantity
Network Recognition for message receipt
91
Additional Usage Quantity
The amount of usage incurred above the allotted or allowable use for a service
92
Allotted Usage Quantity
The amount of allowable usage related to a service
93
Attendant-Handled Quantity
Manual Recognition for message receipt
94
Billable Quantity
Number of billable units used
95
Data Storage Quantity
Number of storage units used
96
Non-Billable Quantity
Number of non-billable units
97
Non-Urgent Delivery Quantity
Number of units delivered in non-urgent status
98
Overflow Quantity
Number of overflow messages, (Busy condition count for 800 service)
99
Quantity Used
Quantity of units used
00
Hospital/Homebound Individuals
A Type of Disability Defined by the Federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
01
Discrete Quantity
02
Cumulative Quantity
03
Discreet Quantity - Rejected Material
04
Discrete Quantity - Rejected Material: Disposition Replacement
05
Discrete Quantity - Rejected Material: Disposition Credit
06
Discrete Quantity - Rejected Material: Disposition Pending
07
Cumulative Quantity - Rejected Material
08
Cumulative Quantity - Rejected Material: Disposition Replacement
09
Cumulative Quantity - Rejected Material: Disposition Credit
0A
Number of Hours Per Day
0B
Number of Hours Per Week
0C
Number of Months Per Year
0D
Number of Periods Per Week
0F
Number of Hours Per Year
0G
Pre-Kindergarten Students
0H
First Grade Students
0I
Second Grade Students
0J
Third Grade Students
0K
Fourth Grade Students
0L
Fifth Grade Students
0M
Sixth Grade Students
0N
Seventh Grade Students
0O
Eighth Grade Students
0P
Ninth Grade Students
0Q
Carnegie Units
One year's study time (at least 120 hours) of any one subject in secondary school as defined by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching to help clarify college entrance requirements; a standard of measurement that represents one credit for the completion of a one-year course; 16 to 30 Carnegie units completed in a four-year period is the typical requirement for a standard high school diploma in the U.S.
0R
Number of Disability Types
0S
Number of Males
0T
Number of Females
0U
Individuals with Multiple Disabilities
0V
Individuals with Serious Emotional Disturbance
0W
Individuals with Speech or Language Impairment
0X
Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury
0Y
Blind Individuals
0Z
Deaf Individuals
1A
Original Duration (in calendar units)
The initial planned amount of time needed to complete a task or activity
1B
Current Duration (in calendar units)
The current amount of time needed to complete a task or activity
1C
Remaining Duration (in calendar units)
The remaining amount of time needed to complete a task or activity
1D
Total Float (in calendar units)
The amount of time a task or activity can be delayed or expanded before it impacts the project end date
1E
Free Float (in calendar units)
The amount of time a task or activity can be delayed or expanded without impacting on a subsequent task or activity
1F
Lag (as in Lag Time - in calendar units)
The amount of time delay
1G
Lead Time (in calendar units)
The amount of initial lead time
1H
Started
The amount started
1I
Completed
The amount finished
1J
Due
The amount due to the customer
1K
Time Units
The number of time units such as 8 (hours)
1L
Shifts
The number of shifts for a calendar such as 3 per day
1M
Time units per shift
The number of time units per shift - such as 8 (hours)
1N
Scrap allowed
Amount of scrap allowed during production
1O
Calendar Units
The number of calendar units such as 1 per day or 1 per week
1P
Resource (Quantity) available
Resource amount such as labor hours or material dollars available for a task or activity
1Q
Total Resource (Quantity)
Total amount of the resources available for the total duration of the task or activity
1R
Level Resource (Quantity)
The amount of resources available for each time unit for the duration of the task or activity
1S
Late
The amount that is late
1T
Number of Delinquent Installments
1U
Number of Loans
1V
Total Number of Mortgagees
1W
Total Number of Loan Detail Records
1X
Prescription Effective Period
Length of time that the prescription is effective.
1Y
Rate Per Day (RPD)
1Z
End Of Month Inventory Prior To Ship
2A
Commitment Period
2B
Number of Borrowers
2C
Number of Adjustment Periods
2D
Age Nearest
2E
Total Other Properties Owned and Financed
2F
Age Next
2G
Reconsideration Period
2H
Flat Extra Premium
2I
CO2 Injection Volume
2J
Accounts Placed for Collection
2K
Changes
2L
Companies in Same Activity for a Period
2M
Comparison Period
2N
Departments
2O
Employees Shared
2P
Estimated Accounts
2Q
Installed Capacity
2R
Levels Occupied
2S
Registered Brands Distributed
2T
Electronic Signatures
2U
Bytes
2V
Employed at this Location
2W
Segments
2X
Registered Brands Manufactured
2Y
Functional Groups
2Z
Transaction Sets
3A
Total Credits Accepted
3B
Total Credits Rejected
3C
Total Debits Accepted
3D
Total Debits Rejected
3E
Total Payments Rejected
3F
Total Pre-advices Accepted
3G
Total Pre-advices Rejected
3H
Total Prenotes Accepted
3I
Total Prenotes Rejected
3J
Total Post-advices Accepted
3K
Total Post-advices Rejected
3L
Total Unidentified Transactions Rejected
3M
Total Credits Received
3N
Total Debits Received
3O
Individuals with Noncategorical Preschool Disability
3P
Total Pre-advices Received
3Q
Total Prenotes Received
3R
Total Post-advices Received
3S
Total Debits
3T
Total Credits
3V
Minimum Transfer
3W
Maximum Transfer
3X
Speed Capacity
3Y
Subcontractors
3Z
Students
4A
Accounts
4B
Agents
4C
Authorized Shares
4D
Clerks
4E
Design Employees
4F
Foreign Related Entities
4G
Group Employees
Individuals employed by the group of companies to which the business belongs
4H
Issued Shares
4I
Laborers
4J
Other Employee Type
4K
Part Time Employees
4L
Related Entities
4M
Relatives Employed
4N
Salespersons
4O
Space Occupied
4P
Special Partners
4Q
Suppliers' Credit
4R
Technicians
4S
Trainees
4T
Warehouse Employees
4U
Shareholders
4V
Available Units
4W
Total Unduplicated Headcount
4X
Meals Per Week
4Y
Programs Offered
4Z
Typical Credit Hours Taken per Graduate Student (Full Time)
5A
Aggregate Benefit Period
5B
Anticipated Length of Service
5C
Approval/Offer Duration
5D
Benefit Amount
5E
Benefit Period
5F
Brothers Deceased
5G
Brothers Living
5H
Children
5I
Citations
5J
Claim Period
5K
Coverage
5L
Elimination Period
5M
Elimination Period - Accident
5N
Elimination Period - Sickness
5O
Employees - Nonowner
5P
Employees - Owner
5Q
Employees - Part Time
5R
Employees - Same Duties
5S
Employees - Same Occupation
5T
Expense
5U
Frequency
5V
General Elimination Period
5W
Guarantee Period
5X
Height
5Y
Hours Flown - Aircraft Type/Life
5Z
Hours Flown - Aircraft Type/Period
6A
Hours Flown - Aircraft/Type Flying
6B
Hours Flown - Lifetime
6C
Hours Flown - Type Flying
6D
Impairment Duration
6E
Impairment Frequency
6F
Installment Frequency
6G
Installments
6H
Intended Change Time Period
6I
Interim Term Period
6J
Involvement Period
6K
Loan Rate
6L
Maximum Age
6M
Maximum Benefit Period - Accident
6N
Maximum Benefit Period - Sickness
6O
Maximum Benefit Period
6P
Medication Duration
6Q
Minimum Age
6R
Own Occupation Qualification Period
6S
Owner's Equity
6T
Ownership Change Age
6U
Ownership Duration
6V
Ownership Percentage
6W
Payment Frequency
6X
Payments Number
6Y
Arrests
6Z
Placement Period Expiration
7A
Previous Benefits
7B
Qualification Period
7C
Range Average
7D
Range Maximum
7E
Range Minimum
7F
Relationship Duration
7G
Replaced Amount
7H
Residence Duration
7I
Sisters Deceased
7J
Sisters Living
7K
Time Frame
7L
Time in Country
7M
Time Since Hospitalization
7N
Time Since Last Application
7O
Time Since Last Civilian Flight
7P
Time Since Last Insurance Medical
7Q
Time Since Last Military Flight
7R
Time Since Medical Consult
7S
Time Since Medication End
7T
Time Since Medication Start
7U
Time Since Onset
7V
Time Since Surgery
7W
Time Since Trip
7X
Travel Frequency
7Y
Travel Period
7Z
Trip Duration
8A
Visitation Frequency
8B
Weight
8C
Weight Change Period
8D
Work Period
8E
Existence Limit Period
8F
Shares
8G
Directors
8H
Minimum
8I
Voting Shares Held
8J
Outstanding Shares
8K
Shares Held as Treasury Stock
8L
Shares Subscribed but Not Issued
8M
Total Shares of Stock
8N
Shares Owned by In-State Residents
8O
Shares Owned by Out-of-State Residents
8P
Partners
8Q
Land Holding
8R
Non-Domestic Stockholders
8S
Shares Subscribed
8T
Maximum Number Free Miles
8U
Typical Credit Hours Taken per Undergraduate Student (Full Time)
8V
Typical Credit Hours Taken per First-Professional Student (Full Time)
8W
Full-time Equivalents
8X
Total Credit Hours
8Y
Total Non-Credit Hours
8Z
Total Contact Hours
9A
Time Expended
9C
Primary Meter Reading Value
9D
Engineered Standard
9E
Active Maintenance Time
9F
Actual Duration
9H
Estimated Duration
9J
Gross Estimate
9K
Finish Offset
9L
Start Offset
9M
Picture Count
9N
Component Meter Reading Count
9P
Total Clock Hours
9R
Enrollees
9S
Total Days Submitted
9V
Total Days Approved
A0
Severely Mentally Retarded Individuals
A1
Acceptable Unserviceable Quantity
Indicates what portion of the total requested quantity may be accepted in an unserviceable condition
A2
Optimistic Duration
Best case amount of the time needed to complete a task or activity
A3
Most Likely Duration
Most likely amount of time needed to complete a task or activity
A4
Pessimistic Duration
Worst case amount of time needed to complete a task or activity
A5
Adjusted Quantity
A6
Accidents
A7
Years in School
A8
Number of Dependents
A9
Years on Job
AA
Unacknowledged Quantity
Message received without network, or attendant recognition
AB
Urgent Delivery Quantity
Number of units delivered in urgent status
AC
Voice Storage Quantity
Number of voice storage units used
AD
Maintenance Units
Number of units of maintenance provided
AE
Minimum Average Time Requirement (MATR) Units
Number of units calculated at a minimum usage rating basis, such as X minutes per message
AF
Wide Area Telephone Service (WATS)/800 Service Units
Number of units of usage, for WATS or 800 service
AG
Number of End Users
Number of participating users
AH
Number of Message Recipients
Number of recipients
AI
Number of Operator Credits
Number of operator credits given
AJ
Daily Adjustments
AK
Years in this Line of Work/Profession
AL
Area per Units
AM
Trainable Mentally Retarded Individuals
AN
Age at Death
AO
Verified Receipts
AP
Order Quantity Multiple
Product must be ordered in multiples of a number
AQ
Contribution Total
AR
Loan Repayment Total
AS
Participant Total
AT
Actual
AU
Cumulative Actual
AV
Budget
AW
Cumulative Budget
AX
Number of Insured Lives
AY
Forecast
AZ
Forecast at Complete
B1
Number of Mortgagors
B2
Mortgage Pool Count
B3
Requested Amount
B4
Approved Amount
B5
Additional Amount
B6
Pre-op Days
B7
Post-op Days
B8
Average
B9
Period Beginning Imbalance Quantity
BA
Due-In
An anticipated receipt quantity
BB
Contractor Cumulative to Date
BC
Budget At Complete
BD
Contractor at Complete
BE
Subcontractor Cumulative to Date
BF
Age Modifying Units
Anesthesia modifying units requested for anesthesia complicated by extreme age of patient, under one year or over seventy years
BG
Subcontractor at Complete
BH
Book Order Quantity
BI
Book Inventory
BJ
Bedroom Count
BK
Bathroom Count
BL
Betterment Hours
BM
Depreciation Hours
BN
System Adjusted Hours
BO
User Adjusted Hours
BP
Period Ending Imbalance Quantity
BQ
Backorder Quantity
BR
Blood Record
BS
Cumulative Beginning Imbalance Quantity
BT
Cumulative Current Period Imbalance Quantity
BU
Cumulative Prior Period Adjustment
BV
Cumulative Ending Imbalance Quantity
BW
Birth Weight
BX
Current Period Imbalance Quantity
BY
Production Delivery Quantity
The production quantity delivered to a location
BZ
Entitlement Quantity
The quantity to which each party is entitled
C0
Creditors
C1
Payment Experiences in Last 12 Months
C2
Payment Experiences in Last 3 Months
C3
Area Damaged
C4
Other Unlisted Stockholders
C5
Other Unlisted Participants
CA
Covered - Actual
Days covered on this service
CB
Closing Statement Balance
CC
Current Days on Market
CD
Co-insured - Actual
CE
Covered - Estimated
Estimated days covered on this service
CF
Co-insured - Estimated
CG
Cumulative Gas Volume
Oil and gas production volume from well completion to current reporting period
CH
Cumulative Effect of Prior Period Adjustment
CI
Cumulative Gas Injection Volume
Amount of gas injected into an oil well since well completion to displace liquid volumes in the reservoir and stimulate production
CL
Cumulative Liquid Injection Volume
Amount of liquid injected into a gas well since well completion to displace gas volumes in the reservoir and stimulate production
CN
Continuance Duration
CO
Cumulative Oil/Condensate Volume
Volume of crude oil and natural gas condensate produced from a well or property since well completion
CP
Current Period Imbalance
CR
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) Number of Concurrent Procedures
CS
Current Service Life
CW
Cumulative Water Volume
Volumes of water and brine produced from a well or property since well completion
CY
Convictions Sent
CZ
Total Number of Convictions
D0
Engineers
D1
Billed
D2
Executives
D3
Number of Co-insurance Days
D4
Field Workers
D5
Installers
D6
Members in Group
D7
Non-Consolidated Total-Domestic Subsidiaries
D8
Non-Consolidated Total-Foreign Subsidiaries
D9
Non-Union Employees
DA
Dependent's Age
DB
Deductible Blood Units
Amount of blood units not reimbursed due to plan deductible limits
DC
Dependent Count
DD
Distributed
DE
Debited
DF
Deleted
DG
Gas Used for Drilling
DH
Maximum Benefit Period Accident to Age
DI
Disposed
DJ
Maximum Benefit Period Sickness to Age
DK
Airline Attendants
DL
Companies Included in Consolidation
DM
Total Consolidated Domestic Subsidiaries
DN
Default Notification Response Period
DO
Days Operated
Number of days a well or well equipment is in use
DP
Days Produced
Number of days a well actively produced oil or gas since well completion or during a specific month
DQ
Total Consolidated Foreign Subsidiaries
DR
Direct Workers
DS
Dose
DT
Dependent Total
DU
Counter Clerks
DW
Domestic Affiliated Companies
DX
Drivers
DY
Days
DZ
Employed at Location
E1
Course Segments
The number of CRS segments in the original transaction set being referenced
E2
Degree Segments
The number of DEG segments in the original transaction set being referenced
E3
Employed on this job
E4
Employed in this Profession
E5
Employed by this Company
E8
Number of Entitled Exemptions
E9
Number of Withholding Exemptions
EA
Exclusive Uses
EB
Nonexclusive Uses
EC
Use of Extracorporeal Circulation
Anesthesia modifying unit requested for anesthesia complicated by extra-corporeal circulation heart pump oxygenator bypass or pump assist which is not a usual part of the surgical procedure
ED
Domestic Uses
EE
Small Business Uses
EF
Nurses
EG
Office Workers
EH
Paid in Common Shares
EI
Paid in Preferred Shares
EJ
Pilots
EK
Plant Workers
EL
Principals Included as Employees
EM
Emergency Modifying Units
Anesthesia modifying units requested for anesthesia complicated by emergency conditions; an emergency is defined as existing when delay in treatment of the patient would lead to a significant threat to life or body part
EN
Suppliers
EO
Teachers
EP
Product Exchange Amount
EQ
Equity Security Holder
ER
Estimated Remaining Economic Life
ES
Ending Stock
ET
Employee Total
EU
Total Consolidated Subsidiaries
EV
Total Non-Consolidated Subsidiaries
EW
Evaporated Water
EX
Union Employees
EY
Ported Telephone Lines
The quantity of telephone lines for which local telephone service is provided by a different local service provider
EZ
Service Resale
The quantity of lines, circuits, trunks, etc. involved in this order
F0
Total claims with skin diseases or disorders
F1
Off Lease Fuel
F3
Total deaths as a Result of Injury
F4
Total deaths as a Result of Illness
F5
Total injury Claims with Days Away from Work or Restricted Work Activity
F6
Total injury Claims with Days Away from Work
F7
Total injury Claims without Lost Work Days
F8
Total Days Away from Work Due to Injury
F9
Total Days with Restricted Work Activity Due to Injury
FA
Full Baths
FB
Furnished Blood Units
FC
Fuel Consumed or Burned Amount
FD
Vehicular Radios
FE
Portable Radios
FF
Flare or Flash
FG
Marine Radios
FH
Pagers
FI
Conventional Mobiles
FJ
Trunked Channels
FK
Mobile Loading Allocation
FL
Units
FM
Aircraft Radios
FN
Total Claims with Dust Diseases of the Lungs
FO
Total Claims with Respiratory Conditions Due to Toxic Agents
FP
Total Claims with Poisoning Illnesses
FQ
Total Claims with Disorders Due to Physical Agents
FS
Gas Used for Fuel System
FT
Forecast to Complete
FU
Total Claims Associated with Repeated Trauma
FV
Total illness Claims with occupational illnesses not otherwise classified
FW
Total Days Away from Work Due to Illness
FX
Total Days of Restricted Work Activity Due to Illness
FY
Total illness with Lost Work Days or Restricted Work Activity
FZ
Total illness Claims with Days Away from Work
G0
Discharge Quantity
G1
Estimated Discharge Quantity
G2
Estimated Transfer Quantity
G3
Excursions
G4
Non-production Quantity
G5
Number of Deaths
G6
Number of Hospitalizations
G7
Number of Injuries
G8
Number of Injuries Requiring Medical Treatment
G9
Number of People Evacuated
GA
Gross Building Area
GB
Gross Annual Income Multiplier
GC
Gross Living Area
GD
Total illness Claims without Lost Work Days
GE
Original Term In Years
GF
Years Remaining
GG
Average Number of Employees
GH
Total Worked by All Employees
GI
Gas Injection Volume
Volume of gas injected into an oil well to displace liquid volumes in the reservoir and stimulate production on a monthly basis
GL
Gas Lift Volume
Volume of excess gas produced from the well and reinjected to lift liquids such as oil and condensate from the well bore
GP
Gross Production
GQ
Government Reporting Quantity
GR
Gas Receipt Volume
GS
Gas Sold
GT
Grade Transfer Amount
GU
Employee Total First Month of Quarter
GV
Gas Volume
Reported volume of natural gas
GW
Employee Total Second Month of Quarter
GX
Employee Total Third Month of Quarter
GZ
Active Listings
H0
Number of People Sheltered-in-Place
H1
Quantity Recovered
H2
Quantity Recycled
H3
Quantity Released
H4
Quantity Treated
H5
Total Hazardous Waste Generated
H6
Operational Quantity
H7
Penalty Variance Quantity
H8
Allocated Quantity
H9
Scheduled Quantity
HA
Market Price Change
Expressed in time (i.e., months or years)
HB
Unpaid
HC
Branches
HD
Subsidiaries
HE
Age of Financial Information
HF
Invoices
HG
Financial Coverage Period
HH
Maximum Number of Employees at Location
HI
Previous Number of Accounts
HJ
Collection Period
HK
Disbursement Period
HL
Seats
HM
Use of Hypothermia
Anesthesia modifying units requested for anesthesia complicated by total body hypothermia
HN
Previous Number of Employees
HO
Use of Hypotension
Anesthesia modifying units requested for anesthesia complicated by utilization of controlled hypotension
HP
Use of Hyperbaric Pressurization
Anesthesia modifying units requested for anesthesia complicated by use of hyperbaric pressure
HQ
Kindergarten Students
HR
Use of Hypertension
HS
Hours
HT
Employee's Age
HU
Employee's Number of Days Away from Work Due to Injury
HV
Employee's Number of Days of Restricted Work Activity Due to Injury
HW
Employee's Total Number of Days Away from Work Due to Illness
HY
Total Death Claims
HZ
Total Claims with Days Away from Work
I0
Tenth Grade Students
I1
Eleventh Grade Students
I2
Twelfth Grade Students
I3
Prior Teaching Experience
I4
Prior Full-time Teaching Experience
I5
Prior Part-time Teaching Experience
I6
Prior Experience in Education
I7
Prior Full-time Experience in Education
I8
Prior Part-time Experience in Education
I9
Prior Experience Related to Job
IA
Local Country Employees
IB
Foreign Employees
IC
Prior Full-time Experience Related to Job
ID
Prior Part-time Experience Related to Job
IE
Total Prior Experience
IF
Total Full-time Prior Experience
IG
Total Part-time Prior Experience
IH
Total Years of Educational Service
II
Number of Irregular Interest Payments
IJ
Total Years of Educational Service in this District
IK
Years of Experience as School Principal
IL
Years of Experience as Classroom Teacher
IM
Years Worked for this System
IN
Indirect Workers
IP
Number of Interest Payments
IQ
In-Transit Quantity
IS
Information Provider Standardized Motor Vehicle Penalty Points
IT
Intertank Transfer Amount
J0
Ending Storage Balance
The gas quantity in storage for the contract as of the ending flow date and time
J1
Location Ending Storage Balance
The gas quantity in storage for the contract and location as of the ending flow date and time
J2
Location Ending Storage Balance - Firm
The firm gas quantity in storage for the contract and location as of the ending flow date and time
J3
Location Ending Storage Balance - Interruptible
The interruptible gas quantity in storage for the contract and location as of the ending flow date and time
J4
Maximum Available Daily Injection Quantity
The maximum daily quantity of gas available for injection as of the ending flow date and time
J5
Maximum Available Daily Withdrawal Quantity
The maximum daily quantity of gas available for withdrawal as of the ending flow date and time
J6
Minimum Required Daily Injection Quantity
The minimum daily quantity of gas required to be injected as of the ending flow date and time
J7
Minimum Required Daily Withdrawal Quantity
The minimum daily quantity of gas required to be withdrawn as of the ending flow date and time
JA
Activity Codes
Number of activity codes assigned to company's activities
JB
Associates
JC
Average Employees
Average Number of Employees over a period of time
JD
Cooperative Shares
JE
Estimated Employees at Location
JF
Estimated Total Employees
Approximate number of total employees of a company at current time
JG
Financial Institutions
JH
Judgments
JI
Land Size
JJ
Liens
JK
Minimum Employees at Location
JL
Office Size
JM
Owner
JN
Plant Size
JO
Previous Number of Branches
JP
Protested Bills
JQ
Suits
JR
Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) Filings
JS
Judicial Stay Duration
JT
Warehouse Size
JU
Total Days Away from Work
JV
Total Days of Restricted Work Activity
JW
Total Claims without Days Away from Work and without Restricted Work Activity
JX
Secretaries
JY
Mechanics
JZ
Auditors
K1
Messengers
K2
Primary Managers
K3
Participation Shares
Term in Latin America and Europe to quantify the number of shares held by a partner in a Limited Partnership
K4
Detrimental Legal Filings
K5
Petitions Filed
K6
Drafts
K7
Business Failure National Average Incidence
Number of firms in country that discontinued operations with loss to creditors
K8
Business Failure Industry Incidence
Number of firms in a specific industry that discontinued operations with loss to creditors
K9
Business Failure Class Incidence
Number of firms in a specific class that discontinued operations with loss to creditors
KA
Estimated
The quantity shown is an estimated quantity
KB
Net Quantity Increase
The resultant quantity represents a net increase to a previously transmitted quantity, after adjustments have been made
KC
Net Quantity Decrease
The resultant quantity represents a net decrease to a previously transmitted quantity, after adjustments have been made
KD
Expenditure Quantity
KE
Originals
KF
Duplicates
KG
Completed Line Items
KH
Completed Contracts
KI
Active Contracts Delinquent-Buying Party Caused
KJ
Active Contracts Delinquent
KK
Active Contracts Delinquent-Contractor Caused
KL
Active Contracts Delinquent-Unknown Causes
KM
Active Line Items Delinquent
KN
Active Line Items Delinquent-Buying Party Caused
KO
Active Line Items Delinquent-Contractor Caused
KP
Active Line Items Delinquent-Unknown Causes
KQ
Contracts Completed Delinquent-Buying Party Caused
KR
Contract Completed Delinquent-Contractor Caused
KS
Contracts Completed Delinquent-Unknown Causes
KU
Reported Deficiencies
KV
Line Items Completed Delinquent-Buying Party Caused
KW
Line Items Completed Delinquent-Contractor Caused
KX
Line Items Completed Delinquent-Unknown Causes
KY
Corrective Action Requests-Verbal
KZ
Corrective Action Requests-Written
L2
Guarantee Fee Buyup Maximum
L3
Contract Buyup
L4
Contract Buydown
L5
Guarantee Fee Rate after Alternate Payment Method
L6
Guarantee Fee Rate after Buyup or Buydown
L7
Buyup or Buydown Rate per Basis Point
L9
Subject to loss or elimination
LA
Life-time Reserve - Actual
Medicare hospital insurance includes extra hospital days to be used if the patient has a long illness and is required to stay in the hospital over a specified number of days; this is the actual number of days in reserve
LB
Loss Allowance
LC
Late Payment Period
LE
Life-time Reserve - Estimated
Medicare hospital insurance includes extra hospital days to be used if the patient has a long illness and is required to stay in the hospital over a specified number of days; this is an estimate of the number of days in reserve
LG
Loss or Gain
LH
Lost Gas
LI
Liquid Injection Volume
Volume of liquids injected into a gas well to displace gas volumes in the reservoir and stimulate production on a monthly basis
LK
Corrective Action Requests-Method C
LL
Corrective Action Requests-Method D
LM
Corrective Action Requests-Method E
LN
Aged Active Line Items Delinquent-Contractor Caused
LO
Lost Oil
LP
Lease Periods
LQ
Aged Line Items Delinquent
LR
Aged Line Items Completed-Contractor Caused
LS
Oil Condensate Sold
LT
Tariff Loss Allowance
LU
Lifetime Reserve Days - Applied to this Claim
Medicare hospital insurance includes extra hospital days to be used if the patient has a long illness and is required to stay in the hospital more than a specified number of days; this is the actual number of days used for this claim
LV
Oil/Condensate Volume
Volumes of crude oil and natural gas condensate produced from a well or property for a specific month
LW
Lost Work Time Actual
LX
Lost Work Time Estimated
LY
Length of Residency
LZ
Lanes
M1
Matching Equipment
M2
Maximum
M3
Total Federal Points
Points assigned for the expected number of Federal offices on an election ballot which are used to determine the allocation of shared expenses between campaigns for federal and non-federal elected offices
M4
Contributions
M5
Contributors
M6
Endorsers
M7
Functions
M8
Guarantors
M9
Points
MA
Miscellaneous Allowance
MB
Number of Public Officials
MC
Total Non-Federal Points
Points assigned for the expected number of non-Federal offices on an election ballot which are used to determine the allocation of shared expenses between campaigns for federal and non-federal elected offices
MD
Million Dollar Roundtable Credits
ME
Minimum Number of Employees
MF
Manufactured
MG
Pledges
MH
Total Points
MI
Miles
MJ
Attendees
MK
Tickets Sold
MM
Maximum Maturity Extension
MN
Month
MO
Minimum Order Package Level
MQ
Maximum Ship Quantity
MS
Measured Quantity
MX
Maximum Number of Employees
N1
Number of Attacks or Occurrences
N2
Number of Dead
N3
Number of Living
N4
Number of Times
N5
Minimum Forecast Quantity
N6
Maximum Forecast Quantity
NA
Number of Non-covered Days
NB
Number of Units (Housing)
NC
Number of Claimants
ND
Number of Late Charges
NE
Non-Covered - Estimated
NF
Number of Full-Time Employees
NG
Number of Nonsufficient Fund Items
NH
Noncovered - Actual
NL
Number of Levels
NN
Number of Hospitals
NO
Number of Physicians
NP
Number of Members
NQ
Number of Franchisees
NR
Not Replaced Blood Units
NS
Number of Stations
Number of stations, or terminating points, which are in use, deleted, added, etc. for service delivery; ports or lines on a computer, for example
NT
Reports
NU
Since Last Travel
NV
Net
NW
Until Next Travel
O1
Scheduled Receipt
O2
Scheduled Delivery
O3
Operational Receipt
O4
Operational Delivery
O5
Allocated Receipt
O6
Allocated Delivery
O7
Distributed Confirmed Receipt
O8
Distributed Confirmed Delivery
O9
Scheduling Tolerance Receipt
OA
Scheduling Tolerance Delivery
OB
Energy
OC
Order Count
OD
Other Miscellaneous Disposition
OE
Number of Weeks Per Year
OF
Off Premise Sales Quantity
OG
Other Gas Disposition
OH
Other Injection Volume
OI
Opening Statement Balance
OL
Original Loan Term
ON
On Premise Sales Quantity
OO
Other Oil Condensate Disposition
OQ
Optimum Order Quantity
OR
Original
OT
Number of Operating Periods at Failure
A measurement of the elapsed time or usage before equipment failure occurred
OU
Outlier Days
OV
Overage
OW
Other Water Disposition
P1
Project Phases
P3
Physical Status III
Anesthesia modifying units requested for Physical Status III patient, as defined by the American Society of Anesthesiologists
P4
Physical Status IV
Anesthesia modifying units requested for Physical Status IV patient, as defined by the American Society of Anesthesiologists
P5
Physical Status V
Anesthesia modifying units requested for Physical Status V, as defined by the American Society of Anesthesiologists
P6
Number of Services or Procedures
P7
Prescription Dosage
P8
Prescription Frequency
P9
Number of People Living at Residence
PA
Pipeline Adjustment or Allowance
PB
Pressure Base
PC
Prior Cumulative Imbalance
PD
Payment Duration Weeks
PE
Period of Employment
PF
Gas Used for Plant Fuel
PG
Persistency
PH
Promotional
PK
Parking Spaces
PL
Partial Baths
PO
Percentage of Ordered Quantity
Owners of fabric that have third parties finish their fabric must have a way to convey on the purchase order the quantities of various levels of quality acceptable; i.e. 80% first, 10% second, 8% off quality, 2% unmerchantable
PP
Purchase of Product
PQ
Cumulative Quantity Required Prior to the First Scheduled Period
PR
Requirement Quantity that was Previously Released
PS
Prescription
PT
Patients
PW
Pitted Water
PX
Prior Units Accepted
PY
Paid
Q1
Minimum quantity to which tax rate applies
Q2
Maximum quantity to which tax rate applies
Q3
Quantity Earned
Q4
Quantity Carried Forward
Q5
Number of 3 to 4 Year Olds
Q6
Autistic Individuals
Q7
Deaf-blind Individuals
Q8
Hearing Impaired Individuals
Q9
Mentally Retarded Individuals
QA
Quantity Approved
Quantity allowed by the company processing the claim
QB
Quantity Dispensed
Number of refills given
QC
Quantity Disapproved
QD
Quantity Delivered
QE
Quantity Deferred
Quantity required for orders, but not reserved
QF
High Fabrication Authorization Quantity
The highest quantity of material authorized for production
QH
Quantity on Hold
Product which cannot be shipped at the present time for any reason, exclusive of damaged quantity
QI
Community Service Duration
QJ
Number of Times Deported
QL
Jail Sentence Duration
QM
Probation Duration
QN
Restriction Duration
QO
Operating Quantity
QP
Quantity by Position
QQ
Suspended Duration
QR
High Raw Material Authorization Quantity
The highest quantity of raw material or purchased components in their original state authorized to be secured for production
QS
Quantity Per Skid
QT
Plant Thermal Reduction
QU
Quantity Serviced
QV
Quantity Cancelled
QW
Quantity Withdrawn
QX
Qualifying Weeks
QY
Repayment Plan Term
R1
Replenishment (Fill)
R2
Individuals with Orthopedic Impairment
R3
Estimated Remaining Physical Life
R4
Individuals with Specific Learning Disability
R5
Axles
R6
Platform Count
R7
Individuals with Visual Impairment
R8
Individuals with Other Health Impairment
R9
Fuel
RA
Refills Authorized
Number of times a drug prescription my be refilled
RB
Replaced Blood Units
RC
Number of Items Authorized at Store
RD
Number of Items Authorized at Warehouse
RE
Gas Returned to Earth
RF
Number of Items in Stock
RG
Gas Used for Repressuring or Pressure Maintenance
RH
Number of Shelf Tags
RJ
Quantity Available on Shelf
RL
Gas Returned to Property for fuel
RM
Room Count
RN
Units Rented
RQ
Royalty
RS
Number of Shelf Facings
RT
Retail Sales Quantity
RW
Water Re-injected on Property
RY
Requirement Quantity
S1
Planned Unit Development (PUD) Units
S2
Rooms, Finished Area Above Grade
S3
Dwelling Area
S4
Garage or Carport Area
S5
Units for Sale
S6
Gross Rent Multiplier
S7
Age, High Value
S8
Age, Low Value
S9
Bedrooms, Finished Area Above Grade
SA
Shipments
SB
Solicited
SC
Bathrooms, Finished Area Above Grade
SD
Criminal Sentence Duration
SE
Gross Living, Finished Area Above Grade
SF
Site
SG
Swan-Ganz
Anesthesia modifying units requested for the insertion of a Swan-Ganz catheter attendant to the administration of anesthesia
SH
Shortage
SI
Rooms
SJ
Area of Level
SK
Gas Shrinkage
SL
Predominate Age
SM
Minimum Criminal Sentence Duration
SN
Age
SO
Oil Sedimentation
SP
Days Supply
Estimate of the number of days the supply will last
SQ
Product Sales Amount
SR
Effective Age
SS
Shares of Preferred Stock
ST
Standard
SU
Forecasted Scanned Quantity
SV
Shares of Common Stock
SW
Sample Amount
SX
Maximum Criminal Sentence Duration
SY
State or Province Motor Vehicle Penalty Points
SZ
Seasonal
T1
Time Units Known
T2
Time Units Spent on Duty
T3
Total Days on Market
T4
Total Rooms
T5
Total Number of Units
T6
Total Number of Units for Sale
T7
Tires
TA
Tank Allowance
TB
Oil Theft
TC
Total at Complete
TD
Total to Date
TE
Number of Theatres
TG
Total Gas Injection Volume
TH
Theoretical Quantity
TI
Total Oil and/or Condensate Injection Volume
TJ
Duration in Current Job
TK
Total Oil and/or Condensate Disposition
TM
Total Water Disposition
TN
Total Beginning Inventory
TO
Total
TP
Time in Position
TR
Trips
Number of trips in the ambulance
TS
Total Number of Parking Spaces
TT
Total Production Volume
TU
Total Adjustments Volume
TV
Total Gas Disposition
TW
Total Water Injection Volume
TX
Total Ending Inventory
TY
Total Sales Volume
U1
Freelance Collectors
U2
Branch Locations Owned
U3
Branch Locations Leased
UA
Units Completed
UB
Poultry
UC
Livestock
UD
Passengers
UE
Trainers
UF
Operators
UG
Gas Used on Property
UH
Inspectors
UI
Collectors
UJ
Professionals
UK
Supervisors
UL
Approximate Number of Units for Sale Projected
UM
Administrators
UN
Promoters
UO
Oil Condensate Used on Property
UP
Divisions
UQ
Tables
UR
Fuel Pumps
US
In-Use
UT
Machines
UU
Used
UV
Trademarks Used
UW
Available for Cultivation
UX
Foremen
UY
Travelling Employees
UZ
Freelance Salespersons
V1
Retention Quantity
V2
Available Quantity
V3
Transfer Quantity
V4
Surveys in Average Rating
V5
Vacancies
VA
Volume Shrinkage Adjustment or Allowance
VB
Blank Votes
VC
Cumulative Earned Value
The cumulative sum of the value of completed work or completed portions of work effort expressed in quantity units, typically hours
VD
Scattered Votes
Write-in votes that receive less than a jurisdictionally specified proportion of the total vote
VE
Earned Value
The value of completed work or completed portions of work effort expressed in quantity units, typically hours
VF
Federal Votes
Ballots cast pursuant to 42 United States Code (USC) 1973, Paragraph ff-6
VG
Gas Vented
VH
Schedule Variance
The difference between the budget planned for a task and the earned value (work accomplished for the task), typically represented in hours
VI
Cumulative Schedule Variance
The cumulative sum of the difference between the budget planned for a task and the earned value (work accomplished for a task), typically represented in hours
VJ
Cumulative Variance
The difference between the actual numbers for a task and the earned value (work accomplished for the task), typically represented in hours
VK
Estimate at Complete
Estimate of the effort required to complete a task or project, typically represented in hours
VL
At Complete Variance
Difference between the budget at complete and the estimate at complete, typically represented in hours
VM
Variance Adjustment
Adjustment made to a variance to reflect other factors in measuring completed work, or estimate of effort needed to complete work, typically represented in hours
VN
No Votes
VP
Presidential Votes
Ballots cast pursuant to 42 United States Code (USC) 1973, Paragraph aa-1
VR
Variance
VS
Visits
VT
Votes
VV
Void Votes
VY
Yes Votes
W0
Bankruptcy Petitions
W1
Buyers
W2
Debentures
W3
Debentures Filed against Directors
W4
Detrimental Legal Filings against Directors
W5
Failed Businesses of Directors
W6
Professors
W7
Sellers
W8
Skilled Workers
W9
Trademarks Represented
WA
Total number of Workers' Compensation First Reports
WB
Total number of Workers' Compensation Subsequent Reports
WC
Total number of Workers' Compensation Combined Reports
WD
Units Worked per Day
WE
Limited Quantity
Code of federal regulations limited quantity for transportation of hazardous materials
WG
Weight Gain
WL
Weight Loss
WO
Operator's Working Interest
WP
Number of Producing Wells Remaining on Property or Facility
WR
Number of Producing Wells Remaining on Royalty Account
WT
Total Working Interest
WV
Water Volume
Volume of water produced with the oil or gas
WW
Weeks Worked
WX
License Withdrawal Duration
WY
License Withdrawals Sent
X1
Producing Wells
X6
Assessment Hours
X7
Duty Days
X8
Contract Days
X9
Number of Days Employed
XA
Total of Issuable Assets
XB
Total System Backorder Quantity, High Priority
XC
Total Service Backorder Quantity, High Priority
XD
Total System Backorder Quantity, Low Priority
XE
Total Service Backorder Quantity, Low Priority
XG
On Hand and Due-In
The total quantity on hand and on order
XI
Installment Payments
XJ
Other War Reserve Material Requirements Protectable (OWRMRP) Quantity
Total of all War Reserve material to be protected
XL
Approximate Number of Units Projected
XN
Approximate Number of Holders
XO
Circulating Oil
XT
Protected Quantity
XU
Reserved
XV
Requisitioning Objective
XX
Authorized Retention Level
XY
Safety Level
XZ
Backorder Lines
Total Number of transactions held in backorder status
Y1
Number of Lost Cards
Y2
Number of Stolen Cards
Y3
Number of Cards not Received
Y4
Number of Active Accounts This Cycle
Y5
Number of Open Accounts
Y6
Number of Accounts Past Due
Y7
Number of Cards Outstanding
YA
Total Demand Quantity
Sum total of all demands
YB
Total Demand Orders
Total number of demand transactions reflected in total demand quantity
YC
First Quarter Recurring Demand
Total quantity of recurring demands received in first past quarter
YD
First Quarter Recurring Orders
Total number of recurring demand transactions received in first past quarter
YE
First Quarter Non-recurring Demand
Total quantity of non-recurring demands received in first past quarter
YF
First Quarter Non-recurring Orders
Total number of non-recurring demand transactions received in first past quarter
YG
Second Quarter Recurring Demand
Total quantity of recurring demands received in second past quarter
YH
Second Quarter Recurring Orders
Total number of recurring demand transactions received in second past quarter
YJ
Second Quarter Non-recurring Demand
Total quantity of non-recurring demands received in second past quarter
YK
Second Quarter Non-recurring Orders
Total number of non-recurring demand transactions received in second past quarter
YL
Third Quarter Recurring Demand
Total quantity of recurring demands received in third past quarter
YM
Third Quarter Recurring Orders
Total number of recurring demand transactions received in third past quarter
YN
Third Quarter Non-recurring Demand
Total quantity of non-recurring demands received in third past quarter
YP
Third Quarter Non-recurring Orders
Total number of non-recurring demand transactions received in third past quarter
YQ
Fourth Quarter Recurring Demand
Total quantity of recurring demands received in fourth past quarter
YR
Fourth Quarter Recurring Orders
Total number of recurring demand transactions received in fourth past quarter
YS
Fourth Quarter Non-recurring Demand
Total quantity of non-recurring demands received in fourth past quarter
YT
Fourth Quarter Non-recurring Orders
Total number of non-recurring demand transactions received in fourth past quarter
YU
Trailers
YW
Reorder Point Quantity
Quantity at which a reorder should take place
YX
Contract Line Item Quantity
The quantity of material cited under a specific contract line item
YY
Years
Z1
Units Worked Last Day
Z2
Units Worked per Week
Z3
Units Worked per Quarter
Z4
Number Weeks Paid
Z6
Unused Accumulated Sick Days
ZA
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Claim Mandate - Category 1
ZB
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Claim Mandate - Category 2
ZC
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Claim Mandate - Category 3
ZD
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Claim Mandate - Category 4
ZE
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Claim Mandate - Category 5
ZF
Federal Pension Mandate - Category 1
ZG
Federal Pension Mandate - Category 2
ZH
Federal Pension Mandate - Category 3
ZI
Holding Period
The length of time material can be held while awaiting processing
ZJ
Federal Pension Mandate - Category 5
ZK
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Payment Mandate - Category 1
ZL
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Payment Mandate - Category 2
ZM
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Payment Mandate - Category 3
ZN
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Payment Mandate - Category 4
ZO
Federal Medicare or Medicaid Payment Mandate - Category 5
ZP
Federal Pension Mandate - Category 4
ZQ
Shares Added
ZR
Extended Term
ZS
Amortization Term
ZT
Beginning Shares
ZU
Shares Deleted
ZV
Quantity of Dealer License Plates
ZW
Current Share Balance
ZX
Size of Household
ZY
Project Units Sold
ZZ
Mutually Defined
Z7
Delivery Point Reduction Quantity
The quantity by which the nominated delivery quantity was reduced for the associated reduction reason
Z8
Receipt Point Reduction Quantity
The quantity by which the nominated receipt quantity was reduced for the associated reduction reason
Z9
Reduction Quantity
The quantity by which the nominated quantity was reduced for the associated reduction reason
ML
Total Number of Manifest Lines
RP
Retail Demand Quantity
TQ
Total Quantity of All Buys
Equals the total of all price break, life of type, and minimum quantity buys
XR
Stock Objective and Insurance Quantity
Identifies the total quantity of buys intended to satisfy authorized stockage/insurance objectives
L8
Location Net Capacity
MP
Total Number of Maps in a Pack

Stedi is a registered trademark of Stedi, Inc. Stedi's EDI Reference and Mapping Guides are provided for marketing purposes and are free of charge. All names, logos, and brands of third parties listed on our site are trademarks of their respective owners (including “X12”, which is a trademark of X12 Incorporated). Stedi, Inc. and its products and services are not endorsed by, sponsored by, or affiliated with these third parties. Our use of these names, logos, and brands is for identification purposes only, and does not imply any such endorsement, sponsorship, or affiliation.

Stedi is a registered trademark of Stedi, Inc. Stedi's EDI Reference and Mapping Guides are provided for marketing purposes and are free of charge. All names, logos, and brands of third parties listed on our site are trademarks of their respective owners (including “X12”, which is a trademark of X12 Incorporated). Stedi, Inc. and its products and services are not endorsed by, sponsored by, or affiliated with these third parties. Our use of these names, logos, and brands is for identification purposes only, and does not imply any such endorsement, sponsorship, or affiliation.