Perceptant today announced support for UBL, an open xml standard for B2B messaging that facilitates the exchange of catalogue, pricing, stock and transaction information between buyers and suppliers...Perceptant's iHUB, iBAM and SCMaaS (Supply Chain Management as a Service) products leverage XML and incorporate its strengths into a comprehensive business application environment - managing all critical aspects of integrating and automating interactions between customers, partners and suppliers.
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MXV is a portable, industry-independent, yet customisable W3C XML Schema design solution.
MXV lets you:
We are planning to use UBL for a large project that unifies many different organizations. These organizations have data in various forms. SOme of these organizations store their dates as either DD/MM or MM/YY format.
These dates appear both as dates as well as part of periods. I reviewed date types in UBL- but did not find one that can support dates which contain only day-month or month-year.
I'm looking for a guideline and hopefully an example of useage of the OrderResponse to inform that an item is in backorder. Can't see it described anywhere.
http://goUBL.com is a commercial ecosystem focused on helping deploy UBL in North America. The ecosystem of cooperating companies offers products, services, training and resources related to UBL. Included in the services is help getting up on the Tradeshift platform in the US and Canada.
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 09:24:36 -0400
To: UBL-Dev <email@example.com>
From: "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com>
Subject: Fwd: Public Review of UBL v2.1
I'm not the official spokesperson for the UBL committee, but I know the UBL committee warmly welcomes any and all comments regarding the public review draft of UBL 2.1. Please use the instructions from OASIS below regarding the release and submitting your comments.