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Inobiz Development System – DS

Graphical Data Mapping, Conversion and Transformation

Inobiz DS is the Graphical Data Mapping tool you use to create format conversions. In a visual environment, you can create quickly and easily the conversions to be used by the integration platform Inobiz IS or by the integration engine Inobiz RT.

Graphical Data Mapping, Conversion and Transformation

High Productivity

You can expect high productivity with Inobiz DS. The intuitive interface allows you to create simple conversions, or mappings, in less than half an hour. Even complicated transformations of information are done without any problems by using Inobiz’s mapping friendly integrated programming language EDI-C.


Inobiz DS sets source format and target format so that you, as a developer, can connect and transform data between formats. The formats built into Inobiz DS are:

  • XML
  • X12
  • HL7
  • JSON
  • SQL
  • Flat Files
  • CSV files
  • Microsoft ™ Excel (xls)
  • RND
  • Large files (>2GB)

Powerful Functions

The built-in functions in Inobiz Graphical Data Mapper DS will allow you to process data with EDI-C according to your needs. You can search, edit and add information to databases with SQL commands. Calls can be made to COM objects. With Inobiz DS, you also get support for logging and step-by-step debugging to ensure that your mappings work as intended when in use.

User friendly environment

With these features as a starting point, you can convert between almost all known formats. In Inobiz DS you just connect in-data to out-data by dragging and dropping links with the mouse. The left half of the screen contains the source data and on the right side is the target data structure. As a starting point you can use:

  • EDIFACT or X12 catalogs
  • XML or XSD document
  • an existing SQL database
  • WSDL (WebServices)

Create comprehensive integrations

EDI-C a programming language used in all the Inobiz products

Handling the Large File Mapping Problem