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1 Introduction (non-normative)
2 XML namespace
3 Summary list of transformations
4 Inline XBRL Transform Function Registry (normative)
4.1 Transform function input type definitions: inlinexbrl-2_0-transformation.xsd
4.2 Transform function registry: transform-registry.xml
4.3 Transform function: ixt-booleanfalse.xml
4.4 Transform function: ixt-booleantrue.xml
4.5 Transform function: ixt-datedaymonth.xml
4.6 Transform function: ixt-datedaymonthen.xml
4.7 Transform function: ixt-datedaymonthyear.xml
4.8 Transform function: ixt-datedaymonthyearen.xml
4.9 Transform function: ixt-dateerayearmonthdayjp.xml
4.10 Transform function: ixt-dateerayearmonthjp.xml
4.11 Transform function: ixt-datemonthday.xml
4.12 Transform function: ixt-datemonthdayen.xml
4.13 Transform function: ixt-datemonthdayyear.xml
4.14 Transform function: ixt-datemonthdayyearen.xml
4.15 Transform function: ixt-datemonthyearen.xml
4.16 Transform function: ixt-dateyearmonthdaycjk.xml
4.17 Transform function: ixt-dateyearmonthen.xml
4.18 Transform function: ixt-dateyearmonthcjk.xml
4.19 Transform function: ixt-nocontent.xml
4.20 Transform function: ixt-numcommadecimal.xml
4.21 Transform function: ixt-numdotdecimal.xml
4.22 Transform function: ixt-numunitdecimal.xml
4.23 Transform function: ixt-zerodash.xml
A Intellectual property status (non-normative)
B Acknowledgements (non-normative)
C Document history (non-normative)
D Errata corrections in this document
This Transformation Rules Registry is published by XBRL International Inc. in support of the specifications for Inline XBRL. The Transformation Rules defined here are used to allow text strings in Inline XBRL Documents to be converted into the data types used within XBRL instance documents.
New versions of this Transformation Rules Registry will be published, from time to time, by XBRL International Inc. Each version is identified by its XML namespace, as described below.
The namespace for this version of this registry is
Previous versions of this registry had the following namespaces:
|Namespace name||Date published|
||20 April 2010|
The following non-normative list summarises the Transformation Rules defined in this Transformation Registry:
|Format Code||Description||Input type||Output type||Input format||Output format|
|ixt:datedaymonth||Numeric date recurring day and month||
|ixt:datedaymonthen||English date recurring day and month||
|ixt:datedaymonthyear||Numeric date day month and year||
|ixt:datedaymonthyearen||English date day month and year||
|ixt:dateerayearmonthdayjp||Japanese traditional date year month and day||
||era year month day||YYYY-MM-DD|
|ixt:dateerayearmonthjp||Japanese traditional date year and month||
||era year month||YYYY-MM|
|ixt:datemonthday||Numeric date recurring month and day||
|ixt:datemonthdayen||English date recurring month and day||
|ixt:datemonthdayyear||Numeric date month day and year||
|ixt:datemonthdayyearen||English date month day and year||
|ixt:datemonthyearen||English date month and year||
|ixt:dateyearmonthdaycjk||Japanese/Chinese/Korean date year month and day||
||year month day||YYYY-MM-DD|
|ixt:dateyearmonthen||English date year and month||
|ixt:dateyearmonthcjk||Japanese/Chinese/Korean date year and month||
|ixt:numcommadecimal||Number with comma fraction separator||
|ixt:numdotdecimal||Number with dot fraction separator||
|ixt:numunitdecimal||Number with unit strings||
||nnn*nnn Unit nn (Unit)||nnnnnnnnn.n|
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This document could not have been written without the contributions of many people.
|07 October 2010||Philip Allen||
New version of registry; updated references and namespace; alphabetised function list; added non-normative summary table.
|20 December 2010||Philip Allen||
Introduced generic en, jp and numeric date formats.
Deprecated (removed) non-generic date formats.
|10 January 2011||Philip Allen||
Relaxed en month name regular expressions.
|09 February 2011||Masatomo Goto||
Corrected some Japanese date rules to cover Chinese and Korean's .
Deleted unused transformation rule prepared for Japanese. ixt-numdotunitjp.
Reorderd section's id attribute number.
|07 March 2011||Philip Allen||
Updated version number in preparation for PWD.
|17 May 2011||Philip Allen||
Merged ixt-numdotunit, ixt-numcommaunit and ixt-numcommaunitjp into ixt-numunitdecimal.
Merged ixt-numcommadot and ixt-numspacedot into ixt-numdotdecimal.
Merged ixt-numdotcomma, ixt-numcomma and ixt-numspacecomma into ixt-numcommadecimal.
|28 May 2011||Philip Allen||
Set namespace as 2011-07-31 in anticipation of REC date.
Set document to Proposed REC in anticipation of 15 June publication.
Tidied documentation elements.
|06 July 2011||Philip Allen||
Updated publication date to 6 July.
Updated status from DPR to PR following XSB approval.
|02 November 2011||Philip Allen||
Updated publication date to 2011-07-31.
Updated status from PR to REC following XII approval.
|15 May 2012||Philip Allen||
Corrected registry entries from PREC to REC.
|09 November 2013||Philip Allen||
Removed unnecessary placeholder in schema for nonNegativeDecimal.
|21 November 2018||Paul Warren||
Published as Proposed Edited Recommendation
|17 April 2019||Paul Warren||
Published as Edited Recommendation
This appendix contains a list of the errata corrections that have been incorporated into this document. This represents all those errata corrections that have been approved by the XBRL International Rendering Working Group up to and including 17 April 2019.
|1.||20 November 2018||Section 4.1|
Addition of placeholder characters for upcoming new Japanese era in ixt:dateerayearmonthjpType transform.
|2.||20 November 2018|| Section 4.9|
Removed erroneous text regarding two digit years on Japanese date transforms that use era.
|3.||01 April 2019||Section 4.1|
Updated to newly announced name for new Japanese era