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Re: [xml-dev] UBL 2.0 and BizTalk 2006

At 2010-03-23 11:09 +0100, Ekman, Anders (Ext) wrote:
>Maybe this is the wrong forum but I am getting desperate for answers.

There is a dedicated forum for UBL:  UBL-Dev


>My name is Mr Anders Ekman. I am currently working with a UBL 2.0 
>solution for one of our customers. The tool I am using to produce 
>the xml documents is BizTalk 2006.
>I managed to produce an invoice file after which I was relieved and 
>thought that this would be a piece of cake. But the cake turned out 
>to be an immovable rock of concrete and now I am stuck.


>My problem is that when I try to run the Order-response mapping I 
>get a "System Out Of Memory Error" The invoice schema and the ordrsp 
>schema seems to be of the same size but maybe I get a loop in the 
>ORDRSP?. Are there anyone out-there who have experienced something 
>similar or that can give me a hint in right direction I would 
>appreciate that a lot.

There are recursive constructs in UBL ... looking at the models in HTML:


... and I see there are recursive constructs in both Invoice and 
Order Response.

I am unaware of the workings of BizTalk, but I would hope any XML 
processing system would accommodate recursive constructs.

It sounds like you are using the UBL schemas unchanged.  Usually one 
deploys a subset of UBL (possibly extended if you need things not in 
UBL).  UBL is the country standard for government invoicing in both 
Denmark and Turkey.  UBL is part of the PEPPOL project for 
pan-European eProcurement.  In all cases, user communities create 
that subset of UBL that satisfies their needs, without encumbering 
themselves with the *entire* specification.

I am delivering a hands-on class for UBL customization in Trondheim 
Norway in June.  Please see our home page for details.  I'm also 
teaching XSLT/XQuery in Trondheim the week after the UBL class.

You will find more UBL developers with experience on the UBL-Dev list.

I hope this helps.

. . . . . . . . . . . . Ken

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