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Data Interchange Standards Association

The Data Interchange Standards Association was the organization that supported various other organizations, for the most part, responsible for the development of cross-industry electronic business interchange standards. DISA served as the Secretariat for ASC X12 and their X12 EDI and XML standards development process. As of January 2016, DISA no longer exists. The Accredited Standards Committee ASC X12 develops and maintains the most widely implemented EDI standards. These standards interface with a multitude of e-commerce technologies and serve as the premier tool for integrating e-commer ...

Request for Routing

In the realm of electronic commerce, shippers frequently need to know how the consignee or payer of a load wants a load shipped, for example, which carrier, what dates, how many trailers. The EDI ASC X12 standards provide guidance for an electronic document coded 753 to be generated to request routing instructions. The request for routing instructions are for shipments originating from one shipping origin point, to be delivered to one or more destination points. Information to be provided for this request include, but is not limited to, purchase order details, commodity classifications in ...


UNIDOC is an XML-based standard to support electronic data interchange in business transactions between trading companies. Unlike other XML-based EDI formats, such as ebXML, RosettaNet or openTRANS, UNIDOC relies one a single structure. The first idea of such a universal format was published in 2014, its first specification in 2016 in the journal of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Swabia. The current specification can be found in the UNIDOC XML Schema Definition.

Uniform Communication Standard

UCS, or Uniform Communication Standard, is used by the grocery and retail-oriented industries for electronic transactions. It is a subset of the X12 national standard consisting of some 300-plus general-purpose EDI messages. Within that large base set, many verticals are built on a small subset with narrow focus.


ⓘ Data interchange standards

  • and set the norm for more effective data exchange. American National Standards Institute Electronic Data Interchange Accredited Standards Committee X12
  • Data Interchange Standards EDIMAR Electronic Data Interchange for the European Maritime industry engineering data MTML data interchange standard for
  • The Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium CDISC is a standards developing organization SDO dealing with medical research data linked with
  • The Standard Interchange Language is a data interchange language standard developed by the Food Distribution Retails Systems Group for the interchange of
  • standards In 1996, the National Institute of Standards and Technology defined electronic data interchange as the computer - to - computer interchange of
  • not - for - profit user group in the United States for users of Electronic Data Interchange EDI in public and private healthcare. The organization is sometimes
  • Standard Interchange Format, called SIF, is a geospatial data exchange format. A standard or neutral format used to move graphics files between DOD Project
  • and maintains the X12 Electronic data interchange EDI and Context Inspired Component Architecture CICA standards along with XML schemas which drive
  • Commission IEC which develops and facilitates standards within the field of data management and interchange The international secretariat of ISO IEC JTC
  • orders and invoices. X12 standards are generic Electronic Data Interchange EDI standards designed to allow a company to exchange data with any other company
  • applications request the data i.e., ensure compatibility on how to get data in and out of applications The Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium, a
  • device in these standards Standards that use this nomenclature include: Federal Standard 1037C, MIL - STD - 188 RS - 232 Certain ITU - T standards in the V series