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Bridging the gap between EDI, proprietary formats and XML

Bridging the gap between EDI, proprietary formats and XML

August 24, 2008 0 Comments

Minollo is back on stage next Wednesday. In this week's webinar he explores how to bridge the gap between EDI, proprietary formats, and XML.

  • Extracting data from EDI and proprietary files
    Manipulate an EDI file or proprietary files as simple XML documents, and extract information from them
  • Aggregating EDI messages and different data sources
    Merge incoming EDI messages with a variety of different data sources (relational databases, XML files, Web services), and generate a document consistent with a predefined XML Schema
  • Create EDI messages using data from different data sources
    Extract data from a variety of data sources (relational databases, XML files, Web services), and generate an EDI document consistent with a specific version/sub-version of the EDI specifications you need to use
  • Convert an EDI message in a different flat file format and vice-versa
    Process an incoming EDI message and send a Comma Separated Value format to your business partner. Receive a fixed-width proprietary format and send an EDI message back.

Register now and attend this technical webinar.

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