XBRL Calculations can play an important role in ensuring the quality and accuracy of a financial report, and can flag up errors in both the XBRL tagging and the underlying numbers. Unfortunately, until now, calculation validation reports have been hampered by false positives — validation messages that don’t reflect real issues in the report.
At this week’s Data Amplified conference in Zurich, XBRL International announced the first software products to be certified for the new Calculations 1.1 specification.
We are delighted to announce that this week the XBRL International Board of Directors approved the Report Packages specification to Recommendation status as the newest part of the XBRL standard. The now-final specification provides a single container for XBRL reports to reside in.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved a further Proposed Recommendation for the XBRL Report Packages 1.0 specification, incorporating improvements fed back by the XBRL community.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved a new proposed recommendation on XBRL Report Packages for your final review.
The XBRL Standards Board has this week approved for release, as a consultation draft, the first deliverable of the Digital Signatures in XBRL Working Group (or… umm… D6WG). The requirements document has now been published. What’s this about? Is it important? Glad you asked. And Yes.
The XBRL Standards Board this week approved a new draft specification on XBRL Report Packages for your feedback.
The XBRL Specifications Working Group has updated its Working Group Note (WGN) on the use of HTML in Inline XBRL reports, including additional information around the preparation of text block tags.
The XBRL Standards Board (XSB) has finalised and published as a Recommendation, the errata release of the XBRL Open Information Model (OIM) specifications.