EDI Segment definition and example EDI Segment is a combination of the coherent elements or compound data grouped for representing useful information. For example, segment can contain information about product, its color, size, weight, volume etc. EDI Segment can be met in a document once or several times. In an EDI document, each section is described Read More →

AS2 EDI messaging protocol basics AS2 EDI (Applicability Statement 2) is a specification for Electronic Data Interchange between businesses using the Internet’s Web page protocol, the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. The specification is an extension of the earlier version, Applicability Statement 1 (AS1). Both specifications were created by EDI over the Internet (EDIINT), a working group Read More →

HTTPS as a high-level security messaging protocol HTTPS is the extension of HTTP protocol supporting data codifying with the help of cryptographic protocols SSL or TLS. HTTPS is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to. The ‘S’ at the Read More →

FTP as a custom level messaging protocol EDI Transport Method FTP is one of the standard network protocols used to exchange and manipulate EDI files over a network. EDI Transport Method FTP (File Transfer protocol) – is a protocol that serves for files transmitting in computer networks. This type of protocol is categorized as custom level protocols and it Read More →

EDI mapping practice – critical factor in electronic data interchange process EDI mapping practice is the thing you need when receiving a transaction in EDI or any other format. Even a ‘rip and read’ scenario requires a map to define where to put the data on a piece of paper. EDI mapping is an essential Read More →