The charter of the expert group promises to define an open-ended, pluggable architecture that will support both industry-standard integration components as well as proprietary elements through the use of standardized interfaces. Coincidentally, the ESB addresses similar goals.
Baker Botts, Robert Holland L. What is claimed is: A method for reporting data from a legacy computer system using Extensible Markup Language, the method comprising: The method of claim 1 wherein automatically modifying one or more applications further comprises: The method of claim 3 further comprising: A system for reporting data from a legacy computer system in an Extensible Markup Language format, the system comprising: The system of claim 4 further comprising: The system of claim 5 wherein the writer engine is coded in the computer language of the legacy computer system.
A method for outputting data from an application running on a computer system, the data output as Extensible Markup Language, the method comprising: The method of claim 7 wherein establishing a relationship further comprises: The method of claim 8 wherein establishing a relationship further comprises: The method of claim 7 further comprising: The method of claim 10 wherein the application comprises a legacy computer system application.
The method of claim 11 wherein the writer engine comprises an application run in the computer language of the legacy computer system application.
The system of claim 13 wherein the writer engine populates a Document Object Model as a schema element aligned with the current one of the contexts by creating Extensible Markup Language tagged nodes down through the schema element of the output data if the schema element of the output data is a descendant of the current context.
The system of claim 14 wherein the writer engine is further operable to determine a minimal mutual ancestor of the schema element and the current context and to traverse the Extensible Markup Language tagged nodes for the current context up to the minimal mutual ancestor and to create Extensible Markup Language tags for the schema element down from the mutual ancestor.
The system of claim 12 wherein the computer system comprises a legacy computer system.
The system of claim 16 wherein the application comprises a legacy computer system application modified to output an Extensible Markup Language schema element with output data.
The system of claim 17 wherein the writer engine is written in the code of the legacy computer system. A method for outputting data from a legacy computer system from a DOM instance as Extensible Markup Language, the method comprising: The method of claim 20 wherein aligning the schema element further comprises: The method of claim 21 wherein aligning the schema element further comprises: A method for modeling a legacy computer system comprising: The method of claim 23 further comprising: A system for modeling an output application of a legacy computer system comprising: In addition to direct purchases made through the Internet, consumers increasingly depend upon information available through the Internet to make purchasing decisions.
Businesses have responded by allowing greater access of information through the Internet both directly to consumers and to other businesses such as suppliers. XML specifies a format that is easily adapted for data transmission over the Internet, direct transfer as an object between different applications, or the direct display and manipulation of data via browser technology.
Currently, complex transformations are performed on data output in legacy computer system formats in order to put the data in XML format. Historically, telephone companies have relied on mainframe or legacy computer systems running COBOL code to track and report telephone call billing information.
Typically, these legacy computer system reports are printed, copied and distributed to those who need the information.Each format has its own advantages and disadvantages, as summarized in Table 2.
based on their specific needs and level of computer literacy. PDF would appeal to users since it is easy to print and save, and all information is normally zExtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL).
A ﬁ nancial transaction is a business activity that generates or modiﬁ es ﬁ nancial data and can usually be expressed in monetary terms (eg a sales tax invoice). A nonﬁ nancial transaction is a business activity that generates or modi ﬁ es nonﬁ nancial. XBRL:Advantages and Disadvantages XBRL stands for Extensible Business Reporting Language, which is a language used for the electronic communication of business and financial data. It assigns unique tags to different financial terms, categorizes them, shows the relationship between them, and allows the data to be analyzed by the computer . A defective audit trail heartoftexashop.com-REENGINEERING FINANCIAL REPORTING THE CURRENT STATE OF XBRL REPORTING eXtensible business reporting language (XBRL) – is the Internet standard specifically designed for business reporting and information exchange.
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A system for reporting data from a legacy computer system in an Extensible Markup Language format, the system comprising: a modeling engine in communication with the legacy computer system, the modeling engine operable to generate a model of reported data written by an application residing on the legacy computer system; a mapping engine in.
XBRL, or eXtensible Business Reporting Language, is an XML standard for tagging business and financial reports to increase the transparency and accessibility of business information by using a .
To be able to evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of alternative sources for computer software and computer hardware eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) Technology Excerpt Conclusions. REVIEW QUESTIONS. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS.
The advantages of electronic financial information are likely to be greatly enhanced by the development of XBRL, which stands for eXtensible Business Reporting Language. 3 It uses XML (the next generation from HTML) to create documents where specific pieces of information are ‘tagged’ in plain language.
This allows for easy exchange of.