After the XBRL International Board of Directors voted to formally rescind the Financial Reporting Taxonomies Architecture (FRTA) recommendation earlier this year, the process to rescind the FRTA has now been completed. The FRTA was a no-longer relevant 2005 recommendation on taxonomy design, predating more relevant experience and the 2006 Dimensions specification. It was a guidance […]
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of a Candidate Recommendation of the new xBRL-CSV specification.
In anticipation of the upcoming European Single Electronic Filing (ESEF) mandate, the XBRL International Base Spec Working group has prepared new transformation rules that allow dates to be reported in Inline XBRL documents using different European languages and conventions. The working group is actively seeking feedback and review of these rules in order to ensure that they will meet the […]
The XBRL Standards Board has approved an important new release of the Open Information Model and xBRL-JSON specifications. The Open Information Model is a strategic initiative to simplify and modernise XBRL, allowing the free exchange of XBRL data into other formats.
Calculations 2.0 aims to improve XBRL 2.1’s calculation functionality to better cover the calculations usually required in a financial report and to address the issue of calculation inconsistencies that arise when reports feature incomplete data sets.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved as a Candidate Recommendation the Extensible Enumerations 2.0 specification. This modular extension to the XBRL standard builds upon the functionality added by earlier versions of the Extensible Enumerations standard, and provides taxonomy authors with the ability to create concepts and dimensions that take either a single value or multiple values from a predefined […]
The CR version of the OIM suite of specifications includes improvements in the use of JSON to represent XBRL.
XBRL US has launched a new Working Group to establish a standardised method to represent a token across all blockchain networks.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved the publication of Extensible Enumerations v1.1 as a Candidate Recommendation.
The XSB has approved an initial Public Working Draft of Extensible Enumerations 1.1 and accompanying requirements. This new specification is an incremental addition to the standard, and allows for facts in an XBRL report to take one or more values selected from a list of allowed values defined in a taxonomy.