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Tool to extract GS01 GS07 ISA11 etc from EDI RRS feed

  • Question

  • Hi,

    Is there any tool to extract:

    TP Release Character
    Functional ID Code (GS01) 
    Interchange Version (ISA 12) 
    Agency Code (GS07) 
    Agency on 997
    Client Qualifier 
    Client Interchange ID 
    Client Group ID 
    TP Qualifier
    TP Interchange ID
    TP Group ID
    Transaction ID (ST01)
    Group Version (GS08)
    997 ISA Control Number 
    997 GS Control Number 
    997 ST Control Number
    Send 997 (YES/NO)


    Expect 997 (YES/NO)
    997 Overdue Hours
    Map Name 
    Test Indicator (T/P) 
    Interchange_Authorization_Qual 
    Interchange_Authorization_Information (optional) 
    Interchange_Security_Qual 
    Interchange_Security_Information (optional) 
    TP Name TP ISA Qualifier 
    TP Interchange ID 
    TP Group ID 
    TP Transaction ID 
    TP Application ID 
    TP Segment Terminator 
    TP Element Delimiter 
    TP Sub Element Delimiter 
    TP Release Character 
    Agency (ISA11) 
    Functional ID Code (GS01) 
    Transaction ID 
    Interchange Version (ISA 12) 
    Group Version (GS08) 
    Standards Board (ANSI) 
    ST01 Doc Type 
    Client Qualifier 
    Client Interchange ID 
    Client Group ID Client Transaction ID

    values from EDI .

     

    Thank You


    MPramod
    Wednesday, April 13, 2011 6:27 PM

Answers

  • Not sure why you would need a tool since that is the goal of Biztalk. Therefore, create an orchestration that will reference a DLL. Push those values to a DLL and you can insert them in any table. If you are not interested in using biztalk, then I recomend using a product such as HIPAA claim printer where you can import all those values automatically to a table without needing biztalk.
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    Thursday, April 14, 2011 11:56 AM

All replies

  • Hi Pramod,

    This all information is found in Biztalk administration console.

    When you export the bindings of your project you will get the information into .xml file.

    Thanks,

    Rajesh

    Thursday, April 14, 2011 8:19 AM
  • Not sure why you would need a tool since that is the goal of Biztalk. Therefore, create an orchestration that will reference a DLL. Push those values to a DLL and you can insert them in any table. If you are not interested in using biztalk, then I recomend using a product such as HIPAA claim printer where you can import all those values automatically to a table without needing biztalk.
    Please Indicate "Mark as Answer" if this Post has Answered the Question
    Thursday, April 14, 2011 11:56 AM