Stylus Scoop - June 2012
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June 2012 - Life Cycle of a Purchase Order: EDI X12, XML and PDF

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We hope you enjoyed reading last month's Scoop on "Building Dashboards with XSLT". If you did not see the tutorial, you can read it here.

This month's Scoop is about the "Lifecycle of a Purchase Order: EDI X12, XML and PDF". This article explores the path of a purchase order in a supply chain network, and shows how Stylus Studio X14 is used to develop the order, as well as manipulate and store the data.

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Life Cycle of a Purchase Order: EDI X12, XML and PDF

Most of the business transactions B to C (Business to Consumer) today are done by credit card over the web. On the B to B (Business to Business) the volume and the velocity require a different approach, where computer systems do most of the work. These systems are called supply chain networks and their job is to connect buyers and sellers electronically to exchange goods of any kind.

Lifecycle of a PO

Supply chain networks have existed for many years but were difficult and costly to integrate, which restricted their market to the elite. Their inability to accept medium and small businesses forced a large portion of the supply chain networks out of business.

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Building Business Dashboards Using XSLT

Today’s economy has dramatically changed the way companies do business. Having an online presence is no longer sufficient, and order management systems have to be real-time and accessible on a large variety of devices: desktops, laptops, tablets, mobile phones. 

In this article, we will look at how to build a simple but modern dashboard for publishing sales results.  We will combine proven standards, like XML and SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) that are integral parts of any enterprise platform, with innovative new trends like HTML 5 mobile browser.

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