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Use .Net To Validate EDI Data with Code Conditions

Background As you know the EDIValidator component uses rules files to validate EDI data.  You can specify rather complex conditions.  For example +SegPos[322] = if ((SegPos[316:1] == “R”) or (SegPos[316:1] == “S”)) then Usage[Required] else Usage[Optional] end This

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How To Split EDI Files

But John, my EDI file is perfect!  It has the proper Interchange Header, Functional Group and Transaction Header.  My ISA segment length is exactly 106 characters!  You can’t touch it. 

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Parsing EDI the better way

You’re parsing it the hard way.  But it’s not too late to fix it! Welcome back!  By now you have the EDI basics down pat.   You know what ANSI X12

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Detecting X12 EDI Delimiters

EDI Parsers must be able to understand data in EDI files in order to correctly parse them.  EDI data files can look complex, however they must adhere to certain rules. 

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X12 Segment Structure

EDI segments contain the basic units of data in an EDI file. In fact an EDI file contains only segments. In this article we will discuss the X12 segment structure

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What is EDI

The purpose of this article to give a brief overview of what EDI is in a simple and straightforward manner. If you’re reading this article that means that you’re either

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