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Edward ChengSubject: EDI X12 to XML
Author: Edward Cheng
Date: 04 Dec 2007 11:37 AM
Hi, I am a beginner of XML. I need to convert a EDI 850 to a vendor described XML format file. I don't know where to start. Please advise.

James DurningSubject: EDI X12 to XML
Author: James Durning
Date: 04 Dec 2007 01:08 PM
I suggest getting the schemas for both of these files first. By doing a preliminary mapping with the schemas, you can then apply it to your main source files.

EDI EddySubject: EDI X12 to XML
Author: EDI Eddy
Date: 04 Dec 2007 07:24 PM
The best I can offer is to point you to http://myediblog.blogspot.com
There is a link to X12 explanation on the web from Safeway

Tony LavinioSubject: EDI X12 to XML
Author: Tony Lavinio
Date: 05 Dec 2007 07:23 PM
If it's a standard X12 850 file, the simplest way is probably to
use one of the mappers - XSLT or XQuery - along with the XML

First, do File|New and create either an XSLT or XQuery file.

For the input document, press the [...] button and choose
the X12 file, and make sure the checkbox is checked to open
with XML Converters. Then select the EDI converter.

Next, switch to the Mapper view.

For the right side of the mapper, choose the XML sample file or
schema that is supplied by your intended recipient. Now you can
map the elements. Saving that XSLT or XQuery will let you reuse

For more information, there are several tutorial videos on
http://www.stylusstudio.com/ website.

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