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SEEBURGER BIC - Data Formats

Hi All,

The SEEBURGER BIC is called as any-to-any format converter. Please can someon give the information about what data formats that are applicable for it. and how to use it in PI 7.0

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 10:41 PM

    Hi,

    The SEEBURGER Business Integration Converter (BIC) is an any-to-any format converter, used to translate EDI data and legacy data formats into XML and vice versa. It can also be used for complex, high performance XML-to-XML mappings or to interface to existing JDBC data sources.

    Supported EDI formats include:

    u2022 ANSI

    u2022 EDIFACT

    u2022 INHOUSE

    u2022 IDOC

    u2022 XML Schema

    u2022 XML DTD

    u2022 CSV

    u2022 Delimited Data

    u2022 positional data

    u2022 SWIFT

    u2022 EANCOM

    and many more.

    See for converting the EDI XML to EDI and XML-EDI you need to have a seeburger mapping program at the adapter module which does the conversion. For this module you need a BIC tool of seeburger which provides the different module program for EDI to XML and XML-EDI. This program needs to be deployed on XI and through adapter it has to be called for conversion.

    Thanks

    Swarup

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 07:02 AM

    Hi,

    This have all the Info which you wants

    /people/nithiyanandam.au2/blog/2008/02/20/handling-edi-interfaces-using-seeburger-bic-modules

    REgards

    Seshagiri

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 05:58 AM

    Hi,

    The BIC converts documents from/to

    XML

    · EDIFACT

    · Ansi X.12

    · Aecma

    · Tradacom

    · VDA

    · CSV

    · Swift

    · Database

    · Inhouse (flatfile proprietary formats)

    Regards,

    Shabari

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