We have recently updated the XBRL Link Role Registry, adding two draft link roles. The new ‘property’ and ‘propertyWithLang’ link roles are intended to provide a standard way to associate key-value metadata with concepts in an XBRL taxonomy.
The XBRL Standards Board has approved a further Candidate Recommendation of the Calculations 1.1 specification.
We are very pleased to announce that review and consumption software ESEF-OAM from ABZ Reporting GmbH is the latest member of the XBRL Certified Software family.
Our filings repository at filings.xbrl.org continues to expand, and we are delighted to note that it now contains over 4,000 European Single Electronic Format (ESEF) reports.
Just like the XBRL standard, our certification programme is modular. We have published a new website page to make it easier to see which XBRL Certified Software meets your individual needs.
The XBRL Board of Directors has approved the promotion of the Assertion Severity 2.0 specification to Recommendation status, offering XBRL users valuable flexibility in applying data quality rules.
The new Digital Signatures in XBRL Working Group is now set to hold its first meeting in the coming weeks, and we would like to welcome any additional members who want to be fully engaged on this important question from the get-go.
We are delighted to announce that review and consumption software SemansysNext is the latest to be recognised by our official certification programme as XBRL Certified Software, joining two other certified sibling products from Semansys.
Should the ‘X’ in ‘XBRL’ be capitalised? How do different XBRL-related terms relate to different specifications and formats? And what do we mean by xBRL-XML?
The presentations are now online for XBRL Netherlands’ recent webinar setting out the respective roles and activities of XBRL International, XBRL Europe and XBRL Netherlands itself. It also provided a useful catch-up on current work and future plans.