The short answer is no. When you send your zip package to your auditor, some auditors may ask you for access to our XBRL Inspector, but as is stated in the contract you signed with ParsePort, it is not allowed to share access to our tools with a third party.
Your auditor can, however, apply for user access to the ParsePort XBRL Inspector themselves.
In addition we have made it easy for you to provide your auditor with a range of information regarding your report without needing them to access it through dedicated software.
All you need to do, is upload your zip-file to the Inspector and then download documents such as the Viewer File, the Facts List and the Extensions List, which you can then share with your auditor. The files you can, and should, share with your auditor are:
- The Viewer File, which is an iXBRL file with a viewer embedded. This way the reader can look into the ESEF Report using a standard web browser. You can find out how to generate the Viewer File here
- The Facts List, which is a list of every single XBRL element used within your report. You can find out how to generate a fact list here
- The Extensions List, which lists all extensions used within your report as well as how they are anchored to standard elements in the taxonomy. You can find out how to generate an Extensions List here