Assessing the Impact of XML/EDI with Real Option Valuation

von Dr. Shermin Voshmgir

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Fragment, Gesichtet, KomplettPlagiat, Norman 1999, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr

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[4.2.1 Impact of XML on EDI]

What XML provides is primarily (a) Self-explaining syntax, (b) Modularity, (c) Extensibility, (d) Presentation, and (e) Transformation.

Self-explaining syntax: Since the elements in XML are discoverable using document type definitions, the elements used to describe a supplier's product, its pricing, or other attributes can be gleaned without first having to agree upon a single format beforehand. Previous visions of EDI could not use this kind of ad hoc partnership approach. At best, an industry might define a set of EDI templates or forms for specific transaction types. Generally, these would be established by the largest company in a supply chain as a de facto set of transaction standards and data types.

Modularity: The XML/EDI messages can be constructed using a combination of several standardized modules. It is possible to provide a number of standardized and publicly accepted building blocks that can be used to construct more complex EDI messages. This is quite different from the current implementations where all the functionally has to be included in the messages from the beginning, resulting in that people are adding all kinds of messages in the standards because they may be used in the future.

Extensibility: Since the EDI standard using XML is no longer under the eye of standardization committees, such as UN/EDIFACT and ANSI X12, it is much easier to add new support and functionality in the EDI messages.

Presentation: The XML/EDI messages can be presented directly to the user using the XSL specification (when and if such support becomes available in the browsers).

Transformation: The XML/EDI messages can be processed transformed and analyzed using the proposed XML/QL standardization.

What XML provides is primarily:

· Self-explaining syntax: Since the elements in XML are discoverable using document type definitions, the elements used to describe a supplier's product, its pricing, or other attributes can be gleaned without first having to agree upon a single format beforehand. Previous visions of EDI could not use this kind of ad hoc partnership approach. At best, an industry might define a set of EDI templates or forms for specific transaction types. Generally, these would be established by the largest company in a supply chain as a de facto set of transaction standards and datatypes.

· Modularity: The XML – EDI messages can be constructed using a combination of several standardized modules. It is possible to provide a number of standardized and publicly accepted building blocks that can be used to construct more complex EDI messages. This is quite different from the current implementations where all the functionally has to be included in the messages from the beginning, resulting in that people are adding all kinds of messages in the standards because they MAY be used in the future.

· Extendibility: Since the EDI standard using XML is no longer under the eye of standardization committees, such as UN/EDIFACT and ANSI X12, it is much easier to add new support and functionality in the EDI messages.

· Presentation: The XML – EDI messages can be presented directly to the user using the XSL specification (when and if such support becomes available in the browsers).

· Transformation: The XML – EDI messages can be processed, transformed and analyzed using the proposed XML-QL standardization.

Anmerkungen

The source is not given.

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[2.] Svr/Fragment 056 28 - Diskussion
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BauernOpfer, Edwards 1999, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Svr

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Compared with conventional EDI approaches, the Internet offers less costly transactions, easier access, broader reach, and improved functionality. With its flat-rate fee structure, for instance, the Internet is substantially cheaper than the [value-added networks (VANs) traditionally used for EDI, which charge by the byte for each EDI message.] Compared with conventional EDI approaches, the Internet offers less costly transactions, easier access, broader reach, and improved functionality. With its flat-rate fee structure, for instance, the Internet is substantially cheaper than the value-added networks (VANs) traditionally used for EDI, which charge by the byte for each EDI message.
Anmerkungen

Source is given on p. 57. Text is copied literally without quotation marks, however.

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(SleepyHollow02) Schumann



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