Question about XML and CSV export and import

  • Erik De Kuyffer

    Erik De Kuyffer - 2010-11-23

    I'm a student at the HoGent, where I am following a Postgraduate in Applied IT Management.

    For one of my courses (networks), I need to create a brief paper which describes the conversion (sometimes called translation) between the export/import interfaces of Compiere/Adempiere (preferable in XML, but also CSV is possible) and the isa-95 standard B2MML files. However I can't seem to find the description of standard XML/CSV files, giving an overview of structure and content of the exported fields from or the the fields to be imported (position, maximum length,…) in Compiere/Adempiere. For example, for SAP, we have the so called IDocs of which standard structures can be found on the web.

    Could you be so kind to send me these descriptions? The ones I am most interested in, are:

    ° Product Definition
    ° Production Capability
    ° Production Schedule
    ° Production Performance

    Thanks in advance for your well appreciated help!
    Kind regards,

  • bird

    bird - 2010-12-04

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