EDI Webpad lets you verify, visualize and generate EDI or flat files, right in your browser from wherever you are.
The EDI message rules/mappings are ubiquitous. Navigating the maze of standard and custom specifications and versions is a cumbersome task to take on. EDI Webpad was built to solve these challenges, so you don't worry about what happens when exchanging EDI files with your trading partners. We've got you covered.
EDI Webpad is a secure software-as-a-service app hosted in our cloud. Access it from any device, and don't worry about installing software and ongoing maintenance or updates.Read More
EDI Webpad alleviates the diversity of EDI formats and serves well humans with any experience to expedite their development, testing, debugging, and launching a product.Read More
Import an EDI file and get instant feedback. Your EDI data will be transposed according to the specification for pretty view and validated for adherence to the selected rules.Read More
Create your own EDI specifications and validation rules using OpenAPI, the lingua franca of modern web services and APIs. Import your existing SEF rules to reuse them.Read More
The validation, structure, and general format of any EDI transaction are driven by its EDI specification/mapping. We use OpenAPI to create a machine-friendly version of the specs; for example, here is an interactive view of the 837 P professional claim model.
All our pre-built models match the official specifications to the letter (X12, EDIFACT, HIPAA, EANCOM, IATA, VDA). You can configure your own custom versions or create new ones from scratch, by importing EDI specs/mappings in any of the following formats: SEF (Standard Exchange Format), EdiFabric (EDI Templates) and our native OpenAPI 3, in JSON or YAML.
Absolutely, by editing the JSON representation of your EDI data, you can convert it back to EDI with a single click. Specify the EDI delimiters explicitly or use the default set. You can also generate automatic 997/999 acknowledgments for X12 or CONTRL for EDIFACT.
For immediate reference on the structure, naming, and order of loops, segments, and data elements open the specification side by side in a separate tab using the View Model toolbar. This way, you can match EDI codes, data types and lengths, usage and repetitions, to update the EDI file according to the specification. Then validate it again until all is well.