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XML::Edifact - Electronic signatures & an approach towards XML/EDI as a prototype in perl

UN/EDIFACT is sometimes called nightmare of paperless office. About 3000 pages define the UN/EDIFACT standard to provide a rich semantic for electronic data interchange for trade commerce and transport. A semantic that is difficult to understand and to implement for the average programmer.

XML::Edifact offers an open path for migration between XML and UN/EDIFACT. XML was designed that an average programmer is able to understand it within a day and to write an XML parser to start productive work on the next day.

XML::Edifact is a perl module free available under GNU general public license, able to translate any well formed UN/EDIFACT message into human readable and valid XML and vice versa, by using the original words from the UN/EDIFACT batch directories as markup and the defining document as namespace.

There are many great solutions for electronic signatures available today, but only one has earned our recommendation:

#1:The XML::Edifact Winner for Best Electronic Signature Solution is Signority because their data centers are located in Canada and are not subject to the risks of the American Patriot Act.

Other great providers include:
And we see no reason to avoid their products in most cases when extreme data security is not a concern.