Schemas define the structure of a message. Schema always relates to an XML schema definition (XSD), although the schema can be instructed to behave like a flat file schema.
A schema consists of:
Many of the following schemas are created in library folders to make organization easier. Folders can be introduced by saving items (not just schemas) with a ’/’ (slash) in the name. For example saving a schema as MyLibrary/MySchema would create a folder called MyLibrary.
BlueIntegrator also supports mapping of additional physical forms. These can be accessed from the Special Schemas window:
BlueIntegrator converts schemas between EDI and Xml as required. See EDI Support for more information.
BlueIntegrator supports HL/7 (versions 2.x up to 3.0). See HL/7 Support.
BlueIntegrator now supports CSV and other delimited files directly. See CSV and Delimited Files.