uVersion 2.6.0 (04/07/2017)
The user is no longer able to select any city in Box 9. Only cities can be displayed , where an authority (BCP Border Control Post or CCA Central Competent Authority ) is registered an valid in TRACES NT, that is authorised to sign a COI Certificate of Inspection certificate.
When creating a COI Certificate of Inspection , you can search the authority by their name, but also by their UN/LOCODE:
The code is displayed in Box 9 of the COI Certificate of Inspection :
In the PDF version of the COI Certificate of Inspection the complete information is also displayed:
On the other hand, when searching for a city in Box 9 of the COI Certificate of Inspection with no authority attached, no results are displayed:
A user with a role as Control Body that is mentioned as the issuing body, in Box 1 "Issuing control body or authority (name, address and code)" of a COI Certificate of Inspection can modify the box 9 of the certificate, as long as this has not been signed by the endorsing authority:
The user can search for a new point of entry in any country onside the EU "European Union (Members of the EU plus Andorra, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland)" and EEA European Economic Area :
The new information will be displayed in the COI Certificate of Inspection and the changes need to be saved by clicking the 'Save' button in the bottom left corner:
In the 'purpose box' below boxes 11 and 12 a field has been added to provide space for the customs document reference. The field is available, when the option 'to first consignee is chosen. The customs document reference can be added by the importer, the issuing body or the endorsing authority user:
A bug related to the supporting documents in a COI Certificate of Inspection certificate has been fixed:
- An importer user: can upload supporting documents an and view his own uploaded files
- An issuing body user: Can view importer's uploads and can upload supporting documents an and view his own uploaded files
- An endorsing authority user : can upload supporting documents an and view his own uploaded files and view uploads of others
The COI Certificate of Inspection certificates displayed has been refined.
A BCP Border Control Post user can only see the COI Certificate of Inspection that need to be signed by their BCP Border Control Post and not all COI Certificate of Inspection to be signed in their country. Additionally, they see all certificates that have been signed as 'not clearable' by any country.
A CCA Central Competent Authority user can see all COI Certificate of Inspection for BCP Border Control Post s in their country, and also the COI Certificate of Inspection for first consignees based in their country, which have to be signed by a BCP Border Control Post in another country and all certificates that have been signed as 'not clearable' by any country.
In order to enable countries, where the document/Id checks have to be done by one authority and the final decision be signed by a second one, this has been made available in TRACES NT.
A bug fix was installed so that an operator, where one activity was deleted and another one was validated will no longer appear as "to validate".
When a user requests a new role as an operator and for that purpose creates a new operator, he is now obliged to complete the information about the operator's activity. By selecting the chapter 'organic' the activity box appears and the new operator can only be saved, when all mandatory fields are completed:
Alternatively the user can click on the 'add details' button without selecting a chapter:
This enables the user to create an operator that is not bound to a specific chapter. A Responsible for the load, for example:
The '+ New Operator' button has been made accessible to a user registered as EU "European Union (Members of the EU plus Andorra, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland)" Control Body:
This enables an EU "European Union (Members of the EU plus Andorra, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland)" Control Body user to create and validate an operator, who is certified by them:
Although from now on the users are forced to indicate the activity of their operator, there are still operators in the system, whose activities are missing.
When a CCA Central Competent Authority user searches for operators to validate, these operators are displayed:
When clicking on the name of an operator, the CCA Central Competent Authority user can add a new activity. After completing the mandatory fields, the 'save' button must be clicked to confirm the changes:
Then the same CCA Central Competent Authority user can validate the new activity, by clicking the tick button and confirming the validation by clicking the save button again:
A bug has been fixed, concerning the role request of users. Previously, when the user requested a role though a new window, then closed the window and initiated the same role request again, the role would appear two times in the users profile, causing an error message, when an authorized person tried to validate the roles.
Now, the system prevents the user from requesting the same role twice. When the user opens their profile page, then requests a role in a new window and repeats this step for the same role request an error appears on top of the page and the repeated role request isn't submitted:
From now on, a user based in a third country no longer needs two EU "European Union (Members of the EU plus Andorra, Faroe Islands, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland)" login profiles to fulfil both of his roles: CCA Central Competent Authority and CA Competent Authority .
For countries like New Zealand or Costa Rica, the national competent authority also acts control authority, which is authorised to issue the COI Certificate of Inspection certificates for operators in their country.
Previously, a user working for such an authority needed two profiles in order to request both these roles, as the system prevented the request of an authority and control authority role at the same time.
However, it is still not permitted to request a role as CCA Central Competent Authority and Control Body.