What is ANSI X.9?

ANSI X.9 (or “ANSI/X.9″) is a group of standards commonly used with bulk data transmissions in item processing and Fed transfers.

An example of an ANSI X.9 standard is “ANSI X9.100-182-2011″ which covers how XML can be used to deliver bulk data and images.

Published ANSI standards may include some technical artifacts such as XML XSD documents, but typically rely on specific maps set up in specific transformation engines to completely integrate with backend systems.

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