Creating an electronic data interchange (EDI) transaction from a description of the EDI schema. The description defines the EDI schema in a non-EDI structure. The description of the EDI schema is received. A plurality of data units included in the received description of the EDI schema is identified. The plurality of data units describes the content of the EDI schema. The identified plurality of data units is analyzed to determine the content of the EDI schema. The document definition is generated for the EDI schema as a function of the analyzed plurality of data units. The document definition is used to create an EDI transaction according to the EDI schema.
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