Validate EDI

Validate EDI (XML, Edifact and Ansi X12)  

Functionality

  • Multiupload
    • No data is stored on the server
    • MIME type is detected based on file content
      • It is possible to upload without file extensiom
      • All other files than text (edifact / ansi x12) or xml are skipped / not supported
  • Validate structure (eg schema validation)
  • Validate business logic (eg schematron validation)
  • XSLT Styling, readable document in HTML
  • Calculate content and compare with values in eg an invoice

Milestones

Current task

  • Scoped the project, only a few XML and EDIFACT versions will be implemented
    • OIOUBL (danish adaption of the UBL standard)
    • Peppol BIS
    • Standard eg EDIFACT D96 are considere in a limited version as a start as a proof of concept
    • cXML and xCBL are a possibility
  • Store validation classes / objects in memory cache to use on subsequent requests
  • XSLT transformations uses SaxonHE
    • All stylesheet versions are supported
    • Included stylesheets or XML documents are supported
  • Documentation of source code (XML documentation)
    • SandCastle is used to generate HTML or MD documents
    • Add content documentation to source code

Release

  •  WIP
    • Jun 23: Only local test / development atm, date for a first beta release not estimated
    • Oct 23: Slow process with local test / development, getting closer to a beta release 
    • Dec 23: Testing, prepare for release on VPS with Ubuntu
    • Jan 14: Project running on VirtualBox / Ubuntu 23.10 / NET 8
      • NGINX as Reverse Proxy in fron of Kestrel web server
    • Jan 14: Test memory usage to validate 8 Gb mem limit
    • Jan 23: Released on https://www.validatefile.dk
      • VPS with 2 CPU, 8 Gb mem running Ubuntu 23.10 server and .NET 8
    • Feb 07: Small adjustment, preparation for xCBL and cXML validation, About page added

To do list for project: 

Sandcastle

Use local postman for testing?

Unit test

Check for vulnerability

GDPR (mostly done)

Information or questions: Please contact plykkegaard at gmail dot com

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