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Available Tools

This chapter provides an overview of the InterSystems tools that you can use to work with ASTM schemas and documents.

Using the ASTM Schema Structures Page

The Interoperability > Interoperate > ASTM > ASTM Schema Structures page enables you to import and view ASTM schema specifications.

For general information on using this page, see “Using the Schema Structures Page” in Using Virtual Documents in Productions.

For information on creating custom schema categories, see “Creating Custom Schema Categories” in Using Virtual Documents in Productions.

Using the ASTM Document Viewer Page

The Interoperability > Interoperate > ASTM > ASTM Document Viewer page enables you to display ASTM documents, parsing them in different ways, so that you can determine which DocType to use. You can also test transformations. The documents can be external files or documents from the production message archives.

For general information on using this page, see “Using the Document Viewer Page” in Using Virtual Documents in Productions.

ASTM Classes

For reference, this section lists the classes that InterSystems products provide to enable you to work with ASTM documents.

Item Classes Notes
Business services Each of these ASTM business service classes uses a different adapter, as indicated by the class name.
Business processes   InterSystems provides a couple of sample business processes.
Business operations Each of these ASTM business operation classes uses a different adapter, as indicated by the class name.
Message class EnsLib.EDI.ASTM.Document This is a specialized message class to carry ASTM documents as virtual documents.
Search tables EnsLib.EDI.ASTM.SearchTable This is a specialized search table class for ASTM documents.

You can also create and use subclasses of these classes.

The business host classes include configurable targets. The following diagram shows some of them:

images/east_production_config.png

For information on other configurable targets, see “Reference for Settings.”

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