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Michael J. Flickinger
and 1 contributors

NAME

Data::EDI::X12 - EDI X12 Processing for Perl

SYNOPSIS

 my $x12 = Data::EDI::X12->new({ spec_file => 'edi.yaml', new_lines => 1, truncate_null => 1, hide_empty_sections => 1 });
 my $data = $x12->read_record(...);
 print $x12->write_record($data);
 

METHODS

new

 my $x12 = Data::EDI::X12->new({ spec_file => 'edi.yaml', new_lines => 1, truncate_null => 1 });

read_record

 my $record = $x12->read_record($string);

write_record

 my $string = $x12->write_record($record);

EXAMPLES

SPEC FILE EXAMPLE

 850:
     structure:
         header:
             - BEG
             - DTM
             - N9
             - N1
         detail:
             - PO1
             - PID
         footer:
             - CTT
     segments:
         BEG:
             definition:
                 - name: purpose_codse
                   min: 2
                   max: 2
                 - name: type_code
                    min: 2
                   max: 2
                 - name: order_number 
                   min: 1
                   max: 22
                 - type: filler
                  - name: date
                   min: 8
                   max: 8
         DTM:
             definition:
                 - name: qualifier
                   min: 3
                   max: 3
                 - name: date
                   min: 8
                   max: 8
         N9:
             definition:
                 - name: qualifier
                   min: 2
                   max: 3
                 - name: identification
                   min: 1
                   max: 50
         N1:
             definition:
                 - name: identifier
                   min: 2
                   max: 3
                 - name: name
                   min: 1
                   max: 60
                 - name: identification_code_qualifier
                   min: 1
                   max: 2
                 - name: identification_code
                   min: 2
                   max: 80
         PO1:
             definition:
                 - type: filler
                 - name: quantity
                   min: 1
                   max: 15
                 - name: unit_of_measure
                   min: 2
                   max: 2
                 - name: unit_price
                   min: 1
                   max: 17
                 - type: filler
                 - name: id_qualifier
                   min: 2
                   max: 2
                 - name: product_id
                   min: 1
                   max: 48
                 - name: id_qualifier_2
                   min: 2
                   max: 2
                 - name: product_id_2
                   min: 1
                   max: 48
                 - name: id_qualifier_3
                   min: 2
                   max: 2
                 - name: product_id_3
                   min: 1
                   max: 48
         PID:
             definition:
                 - name: type
                 - type: filler
                 - type: filler
                 - type: filler
                 - name: description
                   min: 1
                   max: 80
         CTT:
             definition:
                 - name: total_items
                   min: 1
                   max: 6
                 - name: hash_total
                   min: 1
                   max: 10

PERL EXAMPLE

 use Data::EDI::X12;
 
 my $string = q[ISA*00*          *00*          *01*012345675      *01*987654321      *140220*1100*^*00501*000000001*0*P*>~
 GS*PO*012345675*987654321*20140220*1100*000000001*X*005010~
 ST*850*0001~
 BEG*00*KN*1136064**20140220~
 DTM*002*20140220~
 N9*ZA*0000010555~
 N1*ST*U997*92*U997~
 PO1**1*EA*1.11**UC*000000000007*PI*000000000000000004*VN*113~
 PID*F****Test Product 1~
 PO1**1*EA*2.22**UC*000000000008*PI*000000000000000005*VN*114~
 PID*F****Test Product 2~
 CTT*4*4~
 SE*12*0001~
 GE*1*000000001~
 IEA*1*000000001~
 ];
 
 my $x12 = Data::EDI::X12->new({ spec_file => 't/spec.yaml', new_lines => 1, truncate_null => 1 });
 
 my $record = $x12->read_record($string);
 my $out = $x12->write_record($record);

LOOPS

 Both implicit and explicit loop segments are also supported by this module.  Please review the loops test for an example.

HISTORY

This module was authored for Bizowie.

AUTHOR

Bizowie

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2014, 2015, 2016 Bizowie

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.14.2 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.