Electronic Business Extensible Markup Language in EDI Electronic Business Extensible Markup Language (ebXML) is a well-defined standard in the context of electronic data interchange (EDI) and electronic business. It’s an international initiative aimed at standardizing the exchange of electronic business data using XML-based technologies. ebXML was developed to facilitate electronic business, including B2B (business-to-business) transactions Read More →

EDI Standard DISA

EDI Standards Entities: DISA DISA, or the Data Interchange Standards Association, is an organization that is primarily responsible for promoting and advancing the use of EDI and related standards in various industries. Specifically, DISA is closely associated with the development and maintenance of the ANSI ASC X12 standard, which is a widely adopted EDI standard in Read More →

EDI standards

Standards in electronic communication: Data Encryption Standard The Data Encryption Standard (DES) is a symmetric-key block cipher that was widely used to secure electronic data in the past. It was developed in the early 1970s by IBM and adopted as a federal standard in 1977. DES was one of the first encryption algorithms used for securing Read More →

Control Segment

The definition of Control Segment in Electronic Data Interchange The “Control Segment” typically refers to a specific segment within an EDI message that serves to control and provide information about the structure and content of the message. This segment is used to ensure the integrity of the EDI transaction and to help with the proper interpretation Read More →