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Unformatted text preview: ent 1. <entity><identifier scheme=http://www.sec.gov/CIK>SEC C 2. IK id</xbrli:identifier></entity> b. Period i. Instant 1. <period><instant>2007- 11- 06</instant></period> A 4401, FI N L REV EW CG A I ii. Duration 1. <period><startDate>2007- 01- 01</stateDate><endDate>2007- 12- 31</endDate></period> 31. Unit of Measure a. <xbrli:unit id=”USD”><xbrli:measure>iso4217:USD</xbrli:measure><xbrli:unit> b. <xbrli:unit id=”shares”><xbrli:measure>xbrli:shares</xbrli:measure></xbrli:unit> 32. What are the required attributes of item elements? a. contextRef (points to context id for fact being reported) b. unitRef (points to unit id for fact being reported) c. decimals i. or precision d. label CH PTER 5 A 33. What is the main benefit of XML / XBRL? a. Reusability of Data contained in instance document 34. What does XSLT stand for? (spelling counts!) a. Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations 35. XSL… a. “transform instance document into different parts” 36. Transformation requires XML code in 2 documents a. INSTANCE DOCUMENT: 2nd prolog line linking to XSLT document i. <?xml- stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="DocumentName.xsl" version=”1.0”?> b. XSLT DOCUMENT: contains script for selecting elements to be displayed 37. What namespaces does the XSLT document contain? a. All the namespaces contained in the instance document (they must match) + the stylesheet namespace 38. <xsl:template match=”/”> a. / = look in entire source document 39. The value- of element displays the value of a selected element based on select attribute a. “full node path” or b. //elementname i. Used when one and only one element has the name 1. XBRL data is considered to be information: 1. Because it can be used by computer applications. 2. Because it comes from financial reports. 3. Because it can be read by humans. 4. because the metadata tags which provide meaning 2. An xml element consists of 1. both a beginning and closing tag 2. a beginning tag 3. a beginning and ending tag set and its content 4. an ending tag 3. The namespaces used in an xml document are declared where 1. As attributes of the root element. 2. As part of the schemaRef element. 3. Only as part of a schema document. 4. Anywhere as long as they are...
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