DSB | End of Week Wrap Up | 14th of August
Standards & Guidelines 1.4.0
This week the Data Standards Body is proud to announce the latest version 1.4.0 of the Consumer Data Standards & the CX Standards and Guidelines, are now available here: https://consumerdatastandards.gov.au/ (see “Latest Version”).
The 1.4.0 version contain a number of changes to both Standards to support the 1st of July 2020 Go-Live. The change log can be found here: https://consumerdatastandardsaustralia.github.io/standards/includes/releasenotes/releasenotes.1.4.0.html#v1-4-0-release-notes
All public consultation was captured on GitHub:
- GitHub Project Board with changes: https://github.com/orgs/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/projects/3
- Final Approved Decision: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/standards/issues/137
CDR Implementation Call – Presentation
Thank you to all you attended this week’s, newly named, CDR Implementation Call. We had a few technical hiccups arise during Michael’s presentation, however we hope you all enjoyed and took something away on Amending Consent and the research undertaken in Rounds 4 through 6.
Please find the slides here: https://consumerdatastandards.gov.au/amending-consent-r4-to-6/
Data Quality Workshop
A reminder to everyone we will be closing submissions of Data Quality Issues TODAY for the 25th of August 2020 Workshop.
Note – if you wish to submit after today, please do so as per the guidelines stipulated during the Scoping & Introductory session held earlier this month, you can view the content here. The cut off is only for the workshop of the 25th of August 2020 – we will continue to log, analyse and address Data Quality issues.
Reminder – We ask organisations to only send a maximum of two representatives, as we aim to have smaller facilitated discussions (please note the format is yet to be determined) around Data Quality issues and Conventions – this allows our facilitators to participant ratio to be generous.
Banking Product Comparator Tool
There have been a number of features updates to the Banking Product Comparator Tool (check it out here) we wanted to share with the community.
- Refresh the number of registered institutions: as time progresses more and more institutions are registering on the Tool; you can now refresh the list via clicking the Synchronise button in the bottom left hand corner of the top panel of the tool.
- Proxy removal: as of 3rd of August 2020 the Proxy service Heroku was removed from the tool, now allowing the tool to perform like an example 3rd Party Product or site calling your institutions endpoint. The driving force behind this change was to align the Comparator tool with the Standards.
- Specify the x-v and x-min-v Values: you can now test or preview what the selected institutions endpoints behave like with a certain value of both the x-v and x-min-v. This is found at the bottom of the top panel of the tool.
Thank you to all the institutions who have registered their endpoint on the tool – we have 17 there right now; a wealth of product reference data. If you would like to register your institution, have a feature request or an idea – please raise an issue here: https://github.com/ConsumerDataStandardsAustralia/banking-products-comparator/issues
The Consumer Data Right Support Portal is live and available for your convenience – this knowledge base will be a living repository which will grow over time. If you have a question and not sure where to send or ask – make use of the firstname.lastname@example.org and we will field your question to the right group.
Link to the portal: https://cdr-support.zendesk.com/hc/en-us