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EDI (non-XML) on Biztalk Server

EDI (non-XML) on Biztalk Server

EDI (non-XML) on Biztalk Server

Is it possible to use Biztalk Server to accept standard EDI messages (D99A order specifically) and process these to other formats (e.g. RosettaNet or other XML order formats). I know Biztalk can handle the XML based versions of EDI messages, but we need to handle the "old" fixed width text type messages.

Thanks for you help

RE: EDI (non-XML) on Biztalk Server

See the following document, which talks about creating a BizTalk adpater:


creating Microsoft BizTalk Server adapters
This document provides code examples, information, and best practices for building a direct integration with Microsoft® BizTalk using adapters.  Of the two methods of BizTalk integration, direct and indirect, using the direct method with an adapter provides more options for controling the integration process.   

RE: EDI (non-XML) on Biztalk Server

Biztlak Editor creates EDI document definitions
for fixed length and for delimited files as well.

Once definition created, it is used as an EDI to xml transformation.

I hope this helps.

Max Chernyshov

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