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What should have a XML file of periods of activity, a certificate of termination of employment relationship or high benefits or affected by RIT ERTE?

There are four types of XML file structure for communications to the public employment service Estatal (SEPE):

a) communication XML File of periods of activity.

(b) communication XML File, certificate of cessation.

(c) communication XML File high record of benefits.

(d) XML File of prior disclosure of data on collective redundancies, suspension of contracts and reduced working hours (procedures or ERTE RIT *).

Implementation Certific@ 2 offers the possibility of creating such an XML file with the help of an assistant according to the file type to try to send (data of periods of activity data, certificate or company data of high benefits or ERTE RIT).

Important note: in order to execute any of the three assistants, you must have the hardware in the latest version of JAVA. The instructions on how to install it are accessible from the bottom left button on this page (right below the wizard of company certificates).

In the main menu of the implementation Certific@ 2 within the assists XML, the user shall, within the description of each one of the files, being detail at each one of the manuals:

    • User Manual of periods of Activity. (PDF - 1 , 57 Mb)
    • User Manual company certificate. (PDF - 1 , 63 Mb)
    • User Manual for High You are. (PDF - 1 , 45 Mb)
    • User Manual of procedure of RIT. (PDF - 2 , 60 Mb) (*)
    • Latest version – Schemes XSD

(*) Procedures or RIT ERTE refers to communication of data on collective redundancies, suspension of contracts and reduced working hours.

In addition at the same direction is available for the shipment of XML files in evidence and the possibility to clarify doubts or consultations through the mailbox of the implementation Certific@ 2 .

If the file is not in conformity with the structure that marks the SEPE implementation sends the error message: The file is sent XML schema published on our website, indicating line, column and label in which we have detected the error.