For more than two decades, we have been strategically advising you and concretely supporting you in the planning, implementation and evaluation of digitisation projects.

We are constantly enhancing our knowledge spectrum and exploring innovative paths.

During the Corona crisis, we were able to observe how digitally positioned companies quickly and flexibly reacted to drastic changes using our eBiss converter.

We provide suitable modules for a wide range of scenarios, and we will keep you regularly informed about them from now on.

The retail trade must adapt better to digitalisation, and we offer them all the possibilities to do so.
eBiss, a modular converter

With our eBiss.Amazon S3 module, you can easily access the web-based high-speed cloud storage service from Amazon.

Our eBiss.Versioning module is extremely versatile, among other things you can manage a project history with it, or test your system extensively in a staging environment, before you go live with a tested system.

With the eBiss.Analytics module, you generate statistics on message dispatch and message delivery for selected partners.
You also publish system-specific parameters in the DokuWiki, thus creating transparency!

If you have any questions or suggestions, do not hesitate to contact us. We will advise you in detail and at your leisure!

eBiss 3 can map structures into variables!

For example, if you set a selection in a rule that selects a typed value (incl. whole trees), you can save it as $$VariableName on the right-hand side. Later on, you can access this structure directly in the entire document and carry out further work with it.

For example, save the entire folder document:

Rule: /Orders => $$doc

Call it later in a mapping:

Rule: $doc/@SupplerGLN

or better and faster with the XVar function:

Rule: XVar (‘ doc’)/@SupplierGLN

or the total of the item quantities stored in the document:

Rule: sum (XVar (‘ doc’)/Items/@Quantity)

For more information, see the variables help.



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Of course, this also works with other areas such as message trays or delegated jobs. The improved Navigation is available throughout the application, and you will come across the links in numerous places.

Simultaneous editing of multiple elements

If you click the Edit button after selecting more than one record, you will see an input mask with the editable properties. Similar values ​​appear here as in the normal detail view, different values ​​are annotated as such.

Shadow Copy plugins

With the new Shadowcopy feature, it is possible to copy new DLL files to the plugin directory without restarting the eBiss service or the WinClient. From the ► Maintenance menu item, you can simply update the Shadowcopy plugins on the client to use the new plugins immediately.

New database support

In addition to MSSQL Server, MySQL and SQLite, eBiss 3 also supports PostgreSQL.

Node range uniqueness with GLN or location

Under ► Settings ► System Settings, you can now select whether the GLN of a location within the node should be unique or not. You can also decide whether the participant number of a partner should be unique within a node.

Integrated license management

The license can be easily checked / activated online, or in the case of sensitive systems without an internet connection by importing a license file.

The search functions in eBiss 3 make your daily tasks easier in many places.

Now there is a quick search in the job and mapping editors. You can use Ctrl + F to search for textual content, count the occurrences, and directly replace the found results in the Mapping Editor.

This allows you to keep track of complex jobs and mappings.

A system-wide search allows you to quickly find all possible objects.

The filters can be saved and imported again.

eBiss 3 - EDI-Konverter

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A highlight is the reversed separation between Mapping Editor and Debugger. If you have now loaded a message into a mapping, you can see the effects of changes to the mapping directly live. The menu point for applying the mapping rules to a message is located under the ► Debugging ► Apply Mapping menu item.

Display and edit variables

When debugging, the global source and target frame variables, as well as the variables individually set in the mapping, are displayed. The source frame variables can be changed in the Mapping Debugger to test live here as well.

Start second mapping without file caching

The target object, which was filled when applying the debugging of the mapping, can now directly start the second mapping and becomes the output object for the next (manual) conversion step. So far, you had to save a middleware XML file, open the second mapping in the debugger, and load that file again.

In the future, eBiss 3 offers the button “Debugging” above the target object: Here, as before, the target object can be saved as a file, or the subsequent mapping can be selected.

[cl-ib image=”6487″ title=”Messages in eBiss” desc=”Dealing with news has become more comfortable in eBiss 3. On the one hand, messages are now previewed in the message box, while extended mechanisms for debugging messages are available.” animation=”soter”]A message can now be sent, e.g. Can be directly analyzed to determine the type of the message, determine communication partners, or divide the message content into documents without first having to create a corresponding job. This requires only the corresponding infrastructure in the type repository (Recognizer, Analyzer, Type Definition and Reader), and with the message selected, select the menu item ► Debug message ► Analyze message.

An analyzed message can then be used to debug a mapping or report. To do this, select the corresponding action under the menu item ► Debug message. As a result, all those mappings or reports that use the type of the selected message as the source type will appear.