A service supplied by an inhouse person (i.e. a person attached to the master company).
<ApiPersonService> <PersonServiceId>2147483647</PersonServiceId> <PersonId>2147483647</PersonId> <LocaleSource>String content</LocaleSource> <LocaleTarget>String content</LocaleTarget> <TaskCode>String content</TaskCode> <Comments>String content</Comments> <Rating>255</Rating> <PriceUnitCode>String content</PriceUnitCode> <PriceUnits>32767</PriceUnits> <PriceAmount>12678967.543233</PriceAmount> <PriceCurrency>String content</PriceCurrency> <DelayLeadHours>32767</DelayLeadHours> <DelayUnitsPerDay>32767</DelayUnitsPerDay> </ApiPersonService>
The unique service identifier
Unique person id.
The language couple of the service
The service task. The list of tasks can be configured. Main tasks are: TR = Translation, RV = Revision, PROOF = Approval/Proofreading
A value between 1 and 5 to rate the quality or priority of the service. 5 is best.
The type of unit:
WD - Word(s)
CH - Character(s)
LN - Line(s)
PG - Page(s)
DOC - Document(s)
JOB - Job(s)
TH - Hour(s)
TD - Day(s)
X - Other
WDT - Translated word(s)
CHT - Translated character(s)
LNT - Translated line(s)
PGT - Translated page(s)
DOT - Translated document(s)
The number of units included in the price. Default is 1.
The unitary cost. More precisely: Cost of PriceUnits x PriceUnitCode. Examples: Cost for 1 Word, for 1 Character, per 55 characters, etc.
The currency of the amount.
Indicates the lead time applicable by the supplier. The lead time is the minimum time in hours from notification of work until start to work. For example: If the supplier lives in a different time zone, a minimum lead time would reflect the time difference.
The capacity of the supplier. It indicates the number of units the supplier can process per day (see PriceUnitCode). The unit is indicated in field PriceUnitCode.