Actually biztalk will nativly map a number of EDI documents to XML. It does
this by creating a style sheet and applying the XSLT to either the EDI or
the XML.

An example of the transformation may be EDI--> XML--> Flat File --> XML -->
EDI

This transformation may take place over a number of different business processes.

If you are interested I will try and post the standard EDI docs that Biztalk
nativly supports, however, they are listed in the help file that accompanies
BizTalk Server 2000.

Steve
http://www.xmldir.com


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>You have to create ur own mapping though. There are very few EDI-XML mappings
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>"Courtney Brown" <cobrown@na.cokecce.com> wrote:
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>>I am trying to successfully understand the process of converting an EDI

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>>am using the correct wording).
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>>If there is anyone familiar with the process of converting EDI to XML and
>>XML to EDI, please respond.

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