Submitting signatures to the Äriregister / Riigikogu / local government (Estonia only)

When submitting to the Äriregister, the option “Machine-readable file (Äriregister)” should be selected when downloading the signature files. The entire BDOC container should then be submitted to the Commercial Register. This folder does not include a CSV file, as the Äriregister does not accept BDOC folders that contain these.

When submitting digital signatures to the Riigikogu or local government, the option “human-readable file (Riigikogu, KOV)” should be selected. The entire BDOC container should then be submitted. This folder does include a CSV file.

What is a CSV file?
A CSV file is a “comma-separated values'' file, which presents data in a tabular format. This can be opened and read using any spreadsheet software (e.g. Excel, Google Sheets). Each voter’s data is displayed in a separate line in the table. It shows the date and time they voted, their name, their personal identification code, the options they voted for and the file name of each option they voted for.

Here is an example of a line in a vote CSV file:
Thu Jan 21 2021 13:51:07 GMT + 0200 (Eastern European Standard Time), PNOEE-112233444, JAAK ERVIN SINGLE-GATE, "Two, Three", "Two.html, Three.html"

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