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Provide single pass HIPAA compliance checking
The WTX HIPAA compliance check application is made up of multiple validation processes. The first step is to pass the data through a structural type tree to determine which transactions are valid and which are invalid. If it is determined that a t...
Provide support for VDA version 03, and incorporate into EDI standards
Provide support in SB2BI for VDA version 03 - currently only version 02 is supported. In addition, these would ideally be incorporated into existing EDI standards for use in the SB2BI map editor, similar to how X12 is handled.
Fix issue with WTX Leap second
Need fix/work around for WTX leap second issue
Improve swift typetree validation feature related to charset
When receiving a swift message, maps using swift typetree on input card may validate the message whereas it is invalid as per swift book.Indeed, current IBM WTX swift typetree don't check for invalid character used, and swift book well specify the...
WTX MQ Adapter command does not allow BOQNAME definition
In the WTX MQ adapter command list, there is no BOQNAME command to define the back out queue name. And the -EQN may not have the same results as BOQNAME. This is a request to create the -BOQNAME in the WTX MQ adapter command.
SPE Envelope support for multiple ST/SE loops for non XMl files using the SPE.encode API
SPE.encode() translates a document and wraps the X12 output in ST/SE, GS/GE, and ISA segments. This means that to be compliant the translated output must fit within a single transaction set and a single functional group,which does not follow the H...
Enable wildcard MSL with multiple Launchers as with single Launcher
When setting up a single Launcher source directory there is no need to specify which MSL files to run. The single Launcher event will go to the assigned directory and find/run all MSL files found. This is effectively a wild card usage of *.msl. We...
Additional performance related timing data required in the audit log on a per-card basis
A change that I would love to see in audit logs is a start time and an end time for each card.Â The current way of showing timings at the card level â€“ with a â€œTimeStampâ€ at each card â€“ is very confusing. Â I get the idea that the TimeStam...
Add RND Standard to SPE
Rede Nacional de Dados (RND), the Brazilian automotive standard (which consists of automobile manufacturers and their development partners, the suppliers, and the manufacturers of trailers, body superstructures, and containers)
Add CII Standard to SPE
The CII standard is the EDI standard developed by the Center for the Informatization of Industry in 1991 for use in all industries in Japan as an expanded and reformed standard of the EIAJ standard, which was designed exclusively for electronic in...
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