Venice Gathering System, L. L. C.

Original Volume No. 1

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Effective Date: 05/01/2001, Docket: RP01-362-000, Status: Effective

First Revised Sheet No. 190 First Revised Sheet No. 190 : Effective

Superseding: Original Sheet No. 190





19.11 For GISB EDI/EDM and FF/EDM, there is a time stamp (HTTP

Time-stamp) that designates the time that a file is

received at VGS' Designated Site. VGS will generate a

time-stamp upon successful receipt of the complete file

and send an immediate response to the sending party. The

time-stamp will be generated by Common Gateway Interface

(CGI) of VGS, prior to further processing by the CGI. The

time-stamp will be included in the HTTP response back to

the sender of the original HTTP transaction. VGS will

synchronize its clock that generates the time-stamp with

the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)



19.12 The HTTP response will be sent to the sending

Internet Protocol (IP) address. Other response

documents will be returned to the Official

Designated Site defined in the Trading Partner



19.13 In order to conduct transactions via EDI,

Customer must enter into a Trading Partner

Agreement. The Form of Agreement for the

Trading Partner Agreement will be the GISB

Model Trading Partner Agreement, as modified

from time to time, and incorporated herein by

reference. At a minimum, within a Trading

Partner Agreement, one designated site will be

identified by a specific Uniform Resource

Locator (URL). This does not preclude multiple

designated sites being mutually agreed to

between trading partners.


19.14 The sender of data should make three attempts

to complete a unit of work. After three failed

attempts, it should be considered a failure.