The Ultimate EDI Editor Just Got Better
Enjoyed by tens of thousands of EDI professionals around the world and supporting ANSI X12, EDIFACT, TRADACOMS and HL7 standards, EDI Notepad gives you the unsurpassed utility and efficiency that make EDI work for you. Now available in Express and Professional versions, find out which one is right for you.
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Enjoyed by thousands of EDI professionals around the world and supporting ANSI X12, EDIFACT, and TRADACOMS standards, EDI Notepad gives you the unsurpassed utility and efficiency that make EDI work for you. Our unrivaled EDI editing tool allows you to easily view and edit your EDI transactions through multiple views:
- Intuitive Views: EDI Notepad’s desktop is divided into two panes. The left pane displays a nested EDI structure tree that represents the top-level EDI envelope, its EDI groups (if applicable), and the EDI transactions found within each group. When you highlight an envelope, group, or transaction node from the left pane, EDI Notepad displays its details in the right pane.
- HTML View: EDI is not a visually friendly data format. Distracting delimiters and ambiguously named segments make it difficult to read. EDI Notepad’s HTML view displays EDI transaction sets as attractive business documents. If you’re looking to easily read or comprehend the information contained in an EDI document, this is the ideal viewing mode.
- Edit View: EDI Notepad’s edit view displays EDI transaction sets in a columnar format. The left column can either display a segment’s formal name or a segment’s position in the EDI document. The right column displays the EDI segment and its accompanying elements. The edit view is the viewing mode you will use to edit or build EDI transactions.
- Text View: EDI Notepad’s text view displays, in a native EDI format, all the envelopes, groups, and transaction sets included in the current EDI batch. Hex View EDI Notepad’s hex view displays, in a hexadecimal format, all the envelopes, groups, and transaction sets included in the current EDI batch. The hex view is helpful when you need to see non-printable characters.