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eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) is an extended XML, a tagged data (meta-data) which is machine readable and a standard way to communicate business & financial info.

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  • Description of Taxonomy terms :Presentation Linkbase – This linkbase associates concepts with other concepts so that the resulting relations can guide the creation of a user interface, rendering, or visualisation.Label Linkbase – This linkbase provides human readable strings for concepts. Using the label linkbase, multiple languages can be supported, as well as multiple strings within each language.Definition Linkbase – This linkbase associates concepts with other concepts using a variety of arc roles to express relations such as is-a, whole-part, etc.Calculation Linkbase – This linkbase associates concepts with other concepts so that values appearing in an instance document may be checked for consistency.Reference Linkbase – This linkbase associates concepts with citations of some body of authoritative literature.Element Declaration - A human-readable description of a reporting concept. From an XBRL technical point of view, the element Declaration is the label with the type "documentation," and there are label relationships in a label relationships file, but from a user point of view the Declaration is an unchangeable attribute of the element.
  • A DTS is a mechanism in ·XBRL that facilitates this re-use.
  • Tuples are facts holding multiple values. They are represented by a single XML element containing nested Items or Tuples
  • Element: The base definition in a ·taxonomy of a single category of facts.
  • Taxonomy:An organised group of ·XBRL definitions that together provide meaning to reporting concepts. Taxonomies are used to define accounting, financial and non-financial reporting terms in a disciplined manner.Taxonomies are often produced by a central group, for instance the jurisdictional efforts to develop the US-GAAP, IFRS, UK-GAAP or Canadian GAAP taxonomies. Taxonomies can equally be developed by a government agency or regulator to define their specific regulatory information needs. Examples include the FDIC, FSA, APRA, Danish Companies and Commerce Authority.
  • XBRL Presentation

    1. 1. MAIA<br />Intelligence<br />XBRL<br />Sanjay Mehta<br />CEO<br />Presented by:<br />
    2. 2. XBRL: Introduction & Overview<br />Are you ready for change?<br />
    3. 3. Session Topics<br />What is XBRL<br />Intro to XBRL<br />Why XBRL<br />XML / XBRL Overview<br />postXBRL Software<br />
    4. 4. How XBRL was born?<br />Mr. Charlie Hoffman started investigating how XML could be used for electronic reporting of financial information in 1998<br />Proposed the idea to the AICPA High Tech Task Force<br />eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) was born<br />
    5. 5. Father of XBRL<br />Mr. Hoffman says, “People call me ‘the father of XBRL’, but I like to refer to myself as the guy who did obvious. I was in the right place at the right time, with the right set of skills.”<br />
    6. 6. Intro to XBRL<br />eXtensible<br /> Business<br /> Reporting<br /> Language<br />
    7. 7. Definition of XBRL<br />XBRL is Tagged Data (Meta-Data – Machine Readable)<br />Standard way to communicate business and financial information<br />Defined by meta-data set out in taxonomies which capture the definition of individual reporting concepts and the relationships between them<br />
    8. 8. XBRL<br />XBRL<br />XBRL<br />XBRL<br />Financial Statements<br />XBRL-GL<br />The<br />Journal<br />Standard<br />Transaction Standards<br />External<br />Financial<br />Reporting<br />Business<br />Operations<br />Internal<br />Financial<br />Reporting<br />Investment,<br />Lending, and<br />Regulation<br />Processes<br />Collaboration is KEY!!!<br />Investors<br />Financial<br />Publishers<br />and Data<br />Aggregators<br />Companies<br />Participants<br />Auditors<br />Trading<br />Partners<br />Regulators<br />Management<br />Accountants<br />Software Vendors<br />The Business Reporting Supply Chain<br />
    9. 9. Why XBRL …<br />
    10. 10.
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    12. 12. Consolidated Profit and Loss Account for the year ended March 31, 2011<br />
    13. 13. Democratizing Access to Financial InformationPercentage of Companies Receiving Coverage<br />Includes all common stock on NASDAQ National Market and NYSE.<br />Source: Thomson Financial. December 2002.<br />
    14. 14. Without XBRL …<br />Average Time for Updating Financial Information—11 days<br />Value-added Analysis and Decision-making?<br />90% time spent on Mechanics<br />10%<br />With XBRL …<br />Mechanics<br />Average Time for Updating Financial Information—1 days<br />With XBRL?<br />More Time for Analysis => Better Analysis => Less Risk<br /> For example … helping banks<br />
    15. 15. Better information leads to better management… better governance… better markets<br />
    16. 16. XML / XBRL Overview …<br />
    17. 17. Simple problem:<br />1,200,000 results in a typical search<br />(e.g. IBM Fixed Assets)<br />
    18. 18. Searching for the word “Mercury” on the Web can provide a wide variety of results—too many—such as:<br />Hg<br />Content—without Context<br />
    19. 19. Auto Industry<br /><CAR-MODEL><br />Chemical Industry<br /><SYMBOL><br />Publishing or Mythology<br /><GOD><br /><RECORD-LABEL><br />Music Industry<br />Aerospace Industry<br /><PROGRAM><br />Astronomy<br /><PLANET><br />‘Content in Context’ (Industry-specific)<br />
    20. 20. XML Markup: What Does it Look Like?<br />MAIA Intelligence<br />319, Millennium Business Park<br />Sector 1, Mahape<br />Navi Mumbai 400701<br />Tel: +91 22 66888999<br />sales@maia-intelligence.com<br />www.maia-intelligence.com<br /><name>MAIA Intelligence</name><br /><address><br /><street>319,Millennium Business Park</street><br /><area>Sector 1, Mahape</area><br /><city>Navi Mumbai</city><br /><pin>400701</pin><br /></address><br /><telephone>912266888999</telephone><br /><email>sales@maia-intelligence.com</email><br /><website>www.maia-intelligence.com</website><br />Metadata:<br />Information about information<br />Ordinary information<br />
    21. 21. XBRL is a pretty simple concept…<br />Tag individual concepts for electronic dissemination.<br />Most concepts that are disclosed are defined in a common framework – like IFRS<br />Those that aren’t are the unique aspects of a particular company’s operations. They are interesting because they are different to what their peers report<br />Where a concept belongs to a common framework, use that<br />Where a concept only belongs to a single organization, define it, and disclose that definition, together with the fact<br />
    22. 22.
    23. 23.
    24. 24. Barcode has done for product distribution …<br />Savings<br />Efficiency<br />Quality<br />
    25. 25. … what XBRL is doing for business reporting<br />
    26. 26. XBRL Basics<br />XBRL is XML<br />It is Extensibile<br />There is an XBRL specification – tells you how to use XBRL<br />Hinges on taxonomies – the dictionary of terms for business reporting – which includes financial statements <br />
    27. 27. Standardization<br />Presentation<br />Cash & Cash Equivalents<br />References<br />GAAP I.2.(a)<br />Instructions<br />Ad Hoc disclosures<br />Label<br />cashCashEquivalentsAndShortTermInvestments<br />Calculation<br />Cash = Currency + Deposits<br />FormulasCash ≥ 0<br />Contexts<br />US $<br />FY2004<br />Budgeted<br />Validation<br />Presentation<br />Comptant et Comptant Equivalents<br />Presentation<br />現金及び現金等価物<br />Presentation<br />Kas en Geldmiddelen<br />Presentation<br />Деньги и их эквиваленты<br />Presentation<br />Гроші та їх еквіваленти<br />Presentation<br />现金与现金等价物<br />Presentation<br />Geld & Geld nahe Mittel<br />XBRL<br />Item<br />XMLItem<br />XBRL<br />Item<br />XBRL – More Than Just Definitions<br />
    28. 28. Instance Document …<br />
    29. 29. XBRL Creation<br />Company Financial Statement<br />XBRL TaxonomyCreated by XBRL Consortium<br />TAGGING<br />XBRL DocumentCreated by Preparer<br />Consumed<br />Rendered<br />
    30. 30. Different kinds of reporting<br /><ul><li>“Open”
    31. 31. Aggregate data
    32. 32. Financial Statements
    33. 33. Common base disclosures
    34. 34. Industry, company and segmented additional disclosure</li></ul>“Closed”<br />Aggregate data<br />Complex forms with hundreds or thousands of concepts<br />Advanced validation<br />
    35. 35. Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Problem = Exchange of<br />data between regulated<br />entity and regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />XML<br />Schemas<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Proprietary solution for Regulator<br />Looks good to the regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />XML<br />Schema<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Proprietary solutions looks <br />different to the companies<br />and is a costly and complex<br />model<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />XML<br />Schema<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator solution = <br />Use XML Schema to<br />define terms for exchange.<br />Regulator builds taxonomy using<br />a (XML Schema) proprietary platform.<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Regulator<br />Company<br />Company<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />Solution development – all about me<br />
    36. 36. Regulations<br />Stds (FASB,<br />IFRS)<br />Interpretative<br />Guidance<br />3rd Party<br />Interpretative<br />Guidance<br />Publicly available<br />Audit<br />Guidance<br />Instructions<br />Internal <br />Reporting <br />Instructions<br />Reporting<br />Sources<br />XBRL<br />Validation<br />Solution development - Collaborationyields benefits to all participants<br />Company<br />Regulator<br />
    37. 37. The global XML standard for business and financial reporting<br />XBRL is happening!!!<br />Transforming Business Reporting<br />
    38. 38. XBRL: It's Unstoppable<br />So now is the time to go for it!!!<br />
    39. 39. Define accounting, financial & non-financial reporting terms in a disciplined manner<br />
    40. 40. Taxonomy Definitions<br />
    41. 41. Taxonomy Terminology<br />
    42. 42. XBRL Taxonomy Document<br />
    43. 43. Definition Relationship<br />
    44. 44. Equivalency Relationships<br />
    45. 45. Reference Relationship<br />
    46. 46. Extending Taxonomy<br />
    47. 47. Link Relationship Definition<br />Calculation – Defines how concepts participate in summations denoted by <calculationArc> Element<br />Definition – Defines a business reporting concept & defines how elements relate to each other<br />Label – Human readable text for a concept<br />Presentation – Defines how concepts should be presented or displayed<br />References – Connects a reporting concept with authoritative statements in published business, financial, accounting or other literature<br />
    48. 48. Indirect path of Arc to Concept<br />
    49. 49. Create a New Taxonomy File<br />Click "File" and select "New Taxonomy." Then Taxonomy Editor starts<br />
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    51. 51. Opening existing Taxonomy file to edit or view<br />Click "File" and select "Open Taxonomy", an "Open.." dialog box will appear to open a file. Specify a taxonomy file (*.xsd) to edit or view. Then Taxonomy Editor starts with contents of the specified taxonomy file loaded<br />
    52. 52. Legend Icons<br />Element<br />Abstract Element<br />Tuple<br />Part<br />Other Element<br />Simple Type<br />Complex Content<br />Calculation<br />Definition<br />Label<br />Presentation<br />Reference<br />Discoverable Taxonomy Set<br />
    53. 53. The selected Taxonomy file is now loaded<br />LOCATOR identifies a reporting concept in taxonomy document<br />
    54. 54. Adding Item<br />Click the right button of your mouse on the Element Declaration List page of the Main pane and select "Add Item" on the pop-up menu<br />A new item is inserted in the Element Declaration List page.<br />This shows default values for the Element Declaration pane.<br />Default Attributes for new Item<br />DTS set consists of files that are related, typically as interlocked modules. Both taxonomies and instance documents can refer or import other taxonomies so as to re-use concepts that have been defined elsewhere<br />
    55. 55. Adding Tuple<br />A new tuple is inserted in the Element Declaration List page. This shows default values for the Element Declaration pane<br />Facts holding multiple values & represented by single element containing nested items<br />
    56. 56. Adding Part<br />Click the right button of your mouse on the Element Declaration List page of the Main pane and select "Add Part" on the pop-up menu<br />A new part is inserted in the Element Declaration List page. This shows default values for the Element Declaration pane<br />
    57. 57. Element: The base definition in a ·taxonomy of a single category of facts.<br />Adding Other Element<br />Click the right button of your mouse on the Element Declaration List page of the Main pane and select "Add other Element" on the pop-up menu<br />A new element other than item, tuple, and part is inserted in the Element Declaration List page. This shows default values for the Element Declaration pane<br />
    58. 58. Deleting Element<br />Select an element  to delete, click the right button of your mouse and select "Remove elements" on the pop-up menu. Then the selected element is removed<br />
    59. 59. Searching Element on the Element Declaration List pane<br />Specify the search word in the input box and click "Find" button. The element with the word is highlighted on the Element Declaration List pane as shown in the figure<br />
    60. 60. Changing Attributes<br />New value for id is entered<br />
    61. 61. Adding Extended Link Role<br />To add an "Extended link role", right-click on the first row on any linkbase page, that is, the row with the Link name such as "Presentation Link" and select "Add Extended Link Role" on the pop-up menu. Then the "New Extended Link Role" dialog box appears<br />Specify the "Extended Link Role" and click the "OK" button<br />Added "Extended Link Role" appears on the table<br />
    62. 62. Editing Extended Link Role<br />Modify the role information on the "Edit Extended Link Role" dialog box<br />Edited "Extended Link Role" appears on the table<br />
    63. 63. Deleting Extended Link Role<br />Select the extended link role t be removed and Right-click on it on any linkbase page, and select "Remove Extended Link Role" on the pop-up menu<br />Specified extended link role will be removed<br />
    64. 64. Adding Link Definition<br />Select the Parent Element in the linkbase page and right click the over it. select "Add Presentation/Definition/Calculation Link" on the pop-up menu(Here "Add Presentation Link" is selected).<br />Now the new Link appears as parent-child on the table<br />Select the Child Element from the Element Declaration Link page<br />
    65. 65. Removing Link Definitions<br />Selected link definition with child are removed<br />To remove link definitions, select the link definitions to remove on a linkbase page, click the right mouse button, and select "Remove Presentation/Definition/Calculation Link" on the pop-up menu<br />Note that when the link you are going to remove has child elements, they will be removed altogether<br />
    66. 66. Copying Tuple Structure to Content Model Structure<br />Select tuple link information on a linkbase page, click the right mouse button, and select "Copy To Content Model" from the pop-up menu. Then its content model is created based on the selected tuple structure with its child element information. When you select the root node of the tree or an extended link role node, right-click it, and then select "Copy To Content Model", a content model will be created for all the tuples under the selected node, based on the selected tuple structure and child elements information<br />
    67. 67. Adding a New Label Link<br />Select an element (item or tuple) on the Element Declaration List page and an extended link role on the Label Link page to add a label link definition. Right click on the Label Link page, then click on the "Add Label link" on the popup menu<br />Double-click a label name to change its "Label Link" definition,. The definition can then be edited. Language and role can be edited likewise.<br />The "New Label" dialog box appears. Select the language to be used, and enter a string and a role for the label of the item<br />
    68. 68. Adding a New Reference Link<br />Specify the role in the Role select box and linkbase or "Auto Selection" in the Linkbase select box. Click the OK button to add the new reference link definition.<br />If the specified "Namespace URI" is different from "Target Namespace" of taxonomy, only the link is added.<br />Select an element to add a new reference link and an extended link role on the Reference Link page. Right click on the Reference Link page, then click on the "Add Reference link" on the popup menu, then the "New Reference" dialog box appears. Enter a role as reference information<br />
    69. 69. Adding a part definition to a reference link<br />Select the element (Name) and specify the value (PostXBRL).<br />Click the OK button to add the part definition to the reference link.<br />Select an element declaration (item or tuple) on the Element Declaration List page and a reference link definition or a part definition on the Reference Link page and  right-click on a reference definition or a part definition and select "Add Part" on the pop-up menu, then the "New Part" dialog box appears. Select a part from the pull-down list and input a value as part information<br />
    70. 70. Importing Taxonomy data in CSV format<br />Taxonomy Editor can import a CSV-formatted data in another file to the taxonomy document that are currently edited on the editor. Select "File" on the menu bar and "Import CSV" from the pull-down menu<br />Specify the CSV-formatted taxonomy file to import, and click the OK button. The "..." button is to open the "Open" dialog box to select a file. Once XML Schema file name is input, the Sync button is valid to generate linkbase file names automatically. Only the taxonomy data files whose check boxes are checked will be imported. The specified taxonomy data is added to the currently edited taxonomy document<br />
    71. 71. Exporting Taxonomy data in CSV format<br />Taxonomy Editor can export the currently-edited taxonomy document in CSV format. Select "File" on the menu bar and "Export CSV" from the pull-down menu, then the "Choose CSV" dialog box appears. Data exportable to a CSV file are "XML Schema", "Presentation link", "Calculation link", "Definition link", "Label link", and "Reference link."<br />Check the check boxes of XML schema and linkbases to output in CSV format and specify the file names, and specify the folder name to save those files.To edit contents to output, click the Edit CSV format button to open the "Edit CSV Format" dialog box.<br />Select which file to edit by selecting the respective tab page..<br />Items that are checked are to be output, and items unchecked will not be output. click the OK button to save the format setting, or, click the Cancel button to discard the change and go back to the "Choose CSV" dialog box.<br />
    72. 72. Save the Taxonomy<br />To save a taxonomy that has been saved once, click [File]-[Save]. To save a taxonomy for the first time, or save another copy of the existing taxonomy, click [File]-[Save As]<br />
    73. 73. Taxonomy Settings<br />To change the settings of the Taxonomy Editor, Select "Tools" on the menu bar and "Settings" from the pull-down menu, then the "Settings" dialog box appears.<br />Click "OK" on the message box and restart the application<br />Select the Look & Feel options from the "Look & Feel" pull-down menu, and the language option from the "Default Language" pull-down menu.<br /> Click "OK" button for the changes to take into effect<br />
    74. 74. Facts for an XBRL Report<br />
    75. 75. XBRL Reports<br />
    76. 76. Business Report <br />
    77. 77. Instance Creator<br />To create a new instance, go to [File]-[New Instance] to open a new, blank instance<br />
    78. 78. Define Reporting Period<br />In the balance sheet's example, there are two "instant" periods: March 31, 2003 and March 31, 2004<br />
    79. 79. Define Reporting Period<br />In the income statement's example, there are two "duration" periods<br />
    80. 80. Creating Context<br />Click [Contexts] tab to open Contexts pane<br />Identifier is a Government Bodies to whom XBRL documents are submitted<br />Entity is a organization generating XBRL document with their Facts<br />Now you see the context added to the list. You could later come back and open the saved instance from [File]-[Open Instance]<br />In the Context window, enter necessary data and click [OK]<br />Contexts are financial period for which Facts are entered<br />
    81. 81. Define Reporting Currency - Unit<br />Before entering numbers, you need to do one more thing - add reporting currencies<br />
    82. 82. Define Reporting Currency - Unit<br />Click Units tab to open Units pane & click [Add]<br />Enter unique id for currency.Select iso4217:EURO from combo-box.Click OK<br />Now you see the unit added to the list<br />
    83. 83. Making Data Entry<br />Let's make data entries for the balance sheet as of March 31, 2003, in Japanese Yen<br />
    84. 84. Make Data Entries<br />Type in number for each account, and specify "JPY" for Unit. Note that you must add 6 zero's after each number you see on the balance sheet, because it is in millions<br />Make entries for the rest of the BS, FY2004 BS, FY2003 PL, and FY2004 PL<br />
    85. 85. Save Instance<br />To save the instance that has been saved before, go to [File]-[Save]. To save the instance for the first time, go to [File]-[Save As].<br />Select the Directory and enter the instance Name to Save. You could later come back and open the saved instance from [File]-[Open Instance].<br />
    86. 86. Open Instance<br />The Selected Instance will be loaded<br />Click the button on the right within the Instance File Details group and select the required instance. All the related Schema, Presentation, Label, Calculation and Definition files will be loaded with the instance<br />To open an existing instance, go to [File]-[Open Instance]<br />
    87. 87. ACRA Taxonomy<br />
    88. 88. To import Comma Separated Values (CSV) of an Instance document into an existing Instance Document, click on [Tools] - [Import CSV].<br />Instance documents, also called ·XBRL Data Documents, contain one or more sets of ·context information that allows the consistent identification <br />Import CSV<br />This Wizard will help you to decide which are the items you want to import.<br /> All the selected CSV files will be imported to the instance document.<br />
    89. 89. To export an Instance document to Comma Separated Values (CSV), click on [Tools] - [Export CSV].<br />Export CSV<br />This Wizard will help you to decide which are the items you want to export. All the selected items will be saved as CSV files in selected directories<br />
    90. 90. Export to Excel<br />To export an Instance document to Excel, click on [Tools] - [Export to Excel]<br />Click on the button on the right end to select the directory and the name of the Excel file that will be exported. Click on OK. The selected Excel file will be exported. This Excel file will contain the element name, Element Id and all its contexts and corresponding units.<br />
    91. 91. Import from Excel<br />To import an Excel file to an existing Instance document, click on [Tools] - [Import from Excel]<br />Click on the button on the right end to select the Excel file that is to be imported. Click on OK. The selected Excel file will be imported.<br />
    92. 92. Excel Add-Ins<br />
    93. 93. Existing Excel Data<br />
    94. 94. Opening Taxonomy<br />
    95. 95. Tagging Excel data with Taxonomy Elements for creating Instance<br />
    96. 96. Generate XBRL<br />
    97. 97. Generated XBRL Data<br />
    98. 98. Prefix Settings<br />To add, edit or remove any prefix or corresponding namespace of the Instance document<br />Add: If you want to add any new prefix click on the Add button. Remove: If you want to remove any existing prefix Select the Prefix in the grid and click the remove button Edit: If you want to edit an existing prefix or namespace, select the item by clicking on it and edit it<br />
    99. 99. Context Grouping<br />To group contexts, click "Context Grouping" in the Tools menu on the menu bar<br />To save the setting, click the "OK" button on the bottom of the Context Grouping dialog box<br />
    100. 100. To generate report, click "Quick Report" in the Tools menu on the menu bar<br />Quick Report<br />Double click on the Contexts in the Context List to include it in the Report<br />A FileSaveMenu will appear and select the directory and the name of the html file report to be saved<br />Click on "SOURCE VIEW" to view the xml format of this instance report<br />
    101. 101. Source View<br />
    102. 102. Multi Lingual Settings<br />
    103. 103.
    104. 104. Loading of XBRL Files<br />
    105. 105. postXBRL importing XBRL Instance <br />
    106. 106. Data Analysis<br />
    107. 107. View Report<br />
    108. 108. View Report<br />
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    114. 114.
    115. 115. Export Report Data in SQL<br />
    116. 116. Exported Data in SQL for Analysis<br />
    117. 117. Taxonomy Schema<br />
    118. 118. Presentation Link<br />
    119. 119. Label Link<br />
    120. 120. Definition Link<br />
    121. 121. Calculation Link<br />
    122. 122. MAIA<br />Intelligence<br />Thank you<br />Corporate Office:<br />2/319, Millennium Business Park, Sector 1, Mahape, New Mumbai, India – 400 701<br />Tel: 91-22-66888999 | Fax:91-22-66889000 | E-mail: sales@maia-intelligence.com<br />

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