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Seeburger PI/XI Graphical Mappings.

Hi All,

Like Seeburger provides EDI mappings (EDIFACT/ANSX12) similarly it provides PI/XI graphical mapping for 850, 810, 856

There is standard seeburger content which has tpz files for these graphical mappings which can be imported to IR.

The standard content should be available in servicemarket place to download.

Can anybody provide me link for that.

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 11:26 AM

    that content is only available if you buy seeburger adapter

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 10:53 AM

    XI doesn't understand ANSI and EDIfact formats.So to make XI understand Seeburger has provided adapters like

    AS1 and AS2 to convert the EDI formats to XML which needs to be deployed on XI.

    The BIC has standard one to one E2X and X2E standard mappings where the EDI-XML and vice-versa conversion happens.

    So the transformation logic can be written in the message mapping of XI where u map IDoc xsd to EDIFCT xsd. (For an IDoc to EDIFact scenario)

    U can find the EDIFACT formats in http://www.stylusstudio.com to build EDIFACT xsd

    Thanks,

    Sudhansu

    Edited by: Sudhansukumar Behera on Sep 4, 2009 12:54 PM

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