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We are all familiar with barcodes, they contain reference identifiers to various items and products and provide input to collection devices that link the scanned item's identifier to an item in a backend database. Applications that use barcodes include inventory counting, asset/package tracking, log identification, sales order entry, meter reading, and parking tickets to name just a few. Barcodes are used both in the collection of data, and for querying systems for price checks and other standard business operations. Barcodes have always been a sister technology to EDI for collected information, and for the sharing of metadata.

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Bizcodes extend barcodes, building on their success, adoption, and on the know-how already in place. They widen the scope to include all metadata references in the eBusiness community, and were proposed by the XML/EDI group http://www.xmledi.com/. Bizcodes could become the key to the XML repositories, allowing for interrogation of information concerning items, picturemasks, appropriate values, default values, help, definitions, links to validation classes, and constraints. Bizcodes are also a simple mechanism that provide for automated mapping between XML vocabularies, dialects, schemas, and various standards for reuse.

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For more information on bizcodes and repository linking using a reduced XLink and XPointer recommendation, see the XML/EDI Group's white paper at http://www.xmledi.com/repository/. Just like the familiar UPC/EAN barcodes for products and items, that provide simple, semantically neutral numbers for manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to use for inventory control, bizcodes provide neutral identifiers for relating data elements among eBusiness metadata and the processes associated with elements.

Service Adventages

The prime advantages of using bizcodes are:
  • Cross-reference information is housed in the XML/EDI repositories
  • Transformations are simplified through a linking process
  • Allows for effective reuse of logical units
  • Provides for international language transformation for global eBusiness
  • Simple one link linking mechanism in the DTD or in XML Schema archetypes
  • The information "attached" is managed and extensible allowing for knowledge additions
  • Attributes and relationships can be interrogated further
  • Same mechanism for industry, international standards as well as for enterprise vocabulary; converting 'price' in German, Japanese, and Indian, a very much need attribute for global eBusiness.
  • Allows for transient definitions with lifetimes for transactions
  • Allows for the collection of metrics on business language
  • Allows the repository to learn business languages quickly, and subscribe to standards
We are all familiar with barcodes, they contain reference identifiers to various items and products and provide input to collection devices that link the scanned item's identifier to an item in a backend database. Applications that use barcodes include inventory counting, asset/package tracking, log identification, sales order entry, meter reading, and parking tickets to name just a few. Barcodes are used both in the collection of data, and for querying systems for price checks and other standard business operations. Barcodes have always been a sister technology to EDI for collected information, and for the sharing of metadata.

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Bizcodes extend barcodes, building on their success, adoption, and on the know-how already in place. They widen the scope to include all metadata references in the eBusiness community, and were proposed by the XML/EDI group http://www.xmledi.com/. Bizcodes could become the key to the XML repositories, allowing for interrogation of information concerning items, picturemasks, appropriate values, default values, help, definitions, links to validation classes, and constraints. Bizcodes are also a simple mechanism that provide for automated mapping between XML vocabularies, dialects, schemas, and various standards for reuse.

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For more information on bizcodes and repository linking using a reduced XLink and XPointer recommendation, see the XML/EDI Group's white paper at http://www.xmledi.com/repository/. Just like the familiar UPC/EAN barcodes for products and items, that provide simple, semantically neutral numbers for manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to use for inventory control, bizcodes provide neutral identifiers for relating data elements among eBusiness metadata and the processes associated with elements.

Service Adventages

The prime advantages of using bizcodes are:
  • Cross-reference information is housed in the XML/EDI repositories
  • Transformations are simplified through a linking process
  • Allows for effective reuse of logical units
  • Provides for international language transformation for global eBusiness
  • Simple one link linking mechanism in the DTD or in XML Schema archetypes
  • The information "attached" is managed and extensible allowing for knowledge additions
  • Attributes and relationships can be interrogated further
  • Same mechanism for industry, international standards as well as for enterprise vocabulary; converting 'price' in German, Japanese, and Indian, a very much need attribute for global eBusiness.
  • Allows for transient definitions with lifetimes for transactions
  • Allows for the collection of metrics on business language
  • Allows the repository to learn business languages quickly, and subscribe to standards
We are all familiar with barcodes, they contain reference identifiers to various items and products and provide input to collection devices that link the scanned item's identifier to an item in a backend database. Applications that use barcodes include inventory counting, asset/package tracking, log identification, sales order entry, meter reading, and parking tickets to name just a few. Barcodes are used both in the collection of data, and for querying systems for price checks and other standard business operations. Barcodes have always been a sister technology to EDI for collected information, and for the sharing of metadata.

Services

Bizcodes extend barcodes, building on their success, adoption, and on the know-how already in place. They widen the scope to include all metadata references in the eBusiness community, and were proposed by the XML/EDI group http://www.xmledi.com/. Bizcodes could become the key to the XML repositories, allowing for interrogation of information concerning items, picturemasks, appropriate values, default values, help, definitions, links to validation classes, and constraints. Bizcodes are also a simple mechanism that provide for automated mapping between XML vocabularies, dialects, schemas, and various standards for reuse.

More Services

For more information on bizcodes and repository linking using a reduced XLink and XPointer recommendation, see the XML/EDI Group's white paper at http://www.xmledi.com/repository/. Just like the familiar UPC/EAN barcodes for products and items, that provide simple, semantically neutral numbers for manufacturers, distributors, and retailers to use for inventory control, bizcodes provide neutral identifiers for relating data elements among eBusiness metadata and the processes associated with elements.

Service Adventages

The prime advantages of using bizcodes are:
  • Cross-reference information is housed in the XML/EDI repositories
  • Transformations are simplified through a linking process
  • Allows for effective reuse of logical units
  • Provides for international language transformation for global eBusiness
  • Simple one link linking mechanism in the DTD or in XML Schema archetypes
  • The information "attached" is managed and extensible allowing for knowledge additions
  • Attributes and relationships can be interrogated further
  • Same mechanism for industry, international standards as well as for enterprise vocabulary; converting 'price' in German, Japanese, and Indian, a very much need attribute for global eBusiness.
  • Allows for transient definitions with lifetimes for transactions
  • Allows for the collection of metrics on business language
  • Allows the repository to learn business languages quickly, and subscribe to standards

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