Import 837 to DataBase

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837I file using "OopFactory.X12.ImportX12" fails

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Generating 837i

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837 X12 Database Extract

first post: relliott7 wrote: Hi All, Let me start by saying I'm so new to what 837 is, that be...

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Error when Importing 835 into SQL 2008

first post: codeone wrote: I don't have this problem on SQL 2014 Express, but when I moved to ...

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WPF interface

first post: Dogbyte wrote: Would it be possible to use this parser in a simple WPF interface, ...

Store 837 Account Numbers For Comparison

first post: jcdenton wrote: Is there an easy way to use this software to store account numbers ...

Large 834 Parsing and Unbundling (75MB+)

first post: tulde23 wrote: I am attempting to use the X12 parser to convert 834,820 and 999 do...

latest post: dstrubhar wrote: Try to unbundle by the transaction set (ST) instead of the loop ID....

Transform ClaimDocument to 837P

first post: akif wrote: Hi, I find the ClaimDocument/Claim classes very helpful. Is it p...

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835 Builder

first post: rajusem wrote: Hi guys, I am new to 837/835 parser builder. I have two questions ...

latest post: keeponsearching wrote: Question 1 - Yes Question 2 - No However you can create your own f...