Table of Contents
Section 2. - Features and Specifications
Section 3. - Parser Mapping
Section 4. - Using the Parser
Section 5. - Parser Options
Section 6. - List of X12 Transactions
Section 7. - Order Products
Inline Parser Model C1D0U484 64bit Model C1D0N484 32bit Standard License Copyright (c)1992-2017 Com1 Software Development Com1 Software, Inc. P.O. Box 482 Hudson, Ohio 44236 (330) 653-3771 Website: http://com1software.com Support: http://com1software.com/support/ Email: email@example.com IMPORTANT NOTICE This computer program is protected by copyright law and international treaties. Any unauthorized reproduction or distribution of this program or any portion of it may result in severe civil or criminal penalties, and will be prosecuted under the maximum extent possible under the law. This program and all support programs and documents are provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, including and not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Com1 Software, Inc. or Com1 Software Development be liable for any damages arising out of the use or inability to use this program, support programs or documentation. All prices and other information is subject to change without notice. This program and support documents are for trial and demonstration purposes. Any other use is strictly prohibited.
BASIC CONCEPT The X12 Inline Parser allows a user to convert X12 files into a CSV or XML files. The X12 Inline Parser can be run from a command prompt using parameters to specify format,input file, output file, and options. The X12 Inline Parser can parse all the x12 files in a specified folder with a single execution. The view function allows you to display and print the contents of standard ANSI X12 837,277,276,835,864, and 997 files in a user friendly format. 837 Health Care Claims 276 Claim Status Inquiry 277 Claim Status 835 Remittance Advice 997 Functional Acknowledgement 864 Informational Report Data is displayed in context sensitive screens relative to their transaction set. FEATURES - Ability to call and run the Parser from another application without user intervention. - Create CSV or XML - Designed for parsing large files. - View or Print Listings of Claims - View or Print Data Sheet of Individual Claims - View or Print Listings of Remittance - View or Print Data Sheet of Remittance - View or Print Functional Acknowledgements - View or Print X12 Data in segmented lines SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS Requires a Microsoft Windows Operating System.
Default mapping for the Inline Parser can be stored in a file called c1map.cfg. Maps for the Inline Parser can be generated using the Mapping Tool. The mapping tool lets you generate a map based on the type of X12 transaction that you wish to parse. Map file names are based on the version and transaction specification and example of this is the file 004010X098A1.cfg that is used when a file is detected to be a 837 Professional Claims version 4010A1. X12 File determination is done using the GS segment Element 8. If a map is not found for that version the c1map.cfg will be used. - - - KEYHEADERFIELD Syntax : KEYHEADERFIELD=segmet,element1,element2,element3,ect... The KEYHEADERFIELD is mapped to a segment that is used to determine the separation for header data within the batch. - - - KEYFIELD Syntax : KEYFIELD=segmet,element1,element2,element3,ect... The KEYFIELD is mapped to a segment that is used to determine the separation for each transaction within the file. - - - KEYDOCFIELD Syntax : KEYDOCFIELD=segmet,element1,element2,element3,ect... The KEYDOCFIELD is mapped to a segment that is used to determine the separation for each document within a transaction. - - - KEYLINEFIELD Syntax : KEYLINEFIELD=segmet,element1,element2,element3,ect... The KEYLINEFIELD is mapped to a segment that is used to determine the separation for each service line with a transaction. - - - FIELD Syntax FIELD=a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,m,n,o,p,q,r,s A =Field Name Any Alpha/Numeric value. No duplicates. B =Field Width 1 - 999 C = Segment Type Based on the 1st Segment D = Segment Qualifier E = Qualifier Position Position includes all segments. F = Element Position Position does not include 1st segment. G = Sub Element Position H = Conditional Field The name of another field within the map that must be populated for this field to work. I = Occurrence The identified record in a repeating segment. J = Level Blank = Default 1 = Header 2 = Document 3 = Line 4 = Trailer 5 = Source File Name 6 = Destination File Name K = Service Line Number L = Field Description M = Data Starting Position within theField N = Length of data O = Function Name of file that contains functional script P = Previous Segment Checks an 8 segment buffer for a valid segment and qualifier. Q = Previous Segment Qualifier R = Previous Segment Qualifier Position S = Toggle Off Field Turns off field population if this field is populated The FIELD is used to map all data that is to be parsed. - - - SEGMENT Syntax SEGMENT=a,b,c,d,e - z A = Level 1 - Header 2 - Invoice / Claim 3 - Line 4 - Trailer B = Segment : - Qualifier Separator Example : SEGMENT=2,HI:$OCCURRENCECODE01,%BH;$OCCURRENCECODE01;D8;$OCCURRENCEDATE01 Note : If $OCCURRENCECODE01 in HI:$OCCURRENCECODE01 is not populated the segment will be dropped. C - Z = Segment Data $ - Returns data for $filedname Example : $CLAIMID & - Returns counter for internal counter &counter Example : &HL1 % - Starts use for subvalue within an element. Example : %BH;$OCCURRENCECODE01;D8;$OCCURRENCEDATE01 ; - Subvalue separator Examples: SEGMENT=1,NM1,85,$BILLINGPROVIDERNAME SEGMENT=2,HI:$OCCURRENCECODE01,%BH;$OCCURRENCECODE01;D8;$OCCURRENCEDATE01 SEGMENT=3,SV2,$IREVCODE,%HC;$IPROC,$IUNITS,UN,$IQTY - - - SCREEN Syntax SCREEN=a,b,c,d,e,f A =Screen Number B =Type - TITLE C = Screen Type 1=Record Listing 2=Record Detail 3=Line Item Listing 4=Line Item Detail - BUTTON C = SCREEN TO Go TO - FIELD C = Field Name D = Field Description E = New Line Control 0=No New Line 1=Create New Line after the field F = Field Type 1=Line Item
The Inline Parser can be run in two ways, either in the screen interface mode or using a command line call. Before you can parse a file you will need to generate a mapping file using the Inline Parser Mapping Tool or use one of the maps provided in the examples. USER INTERFACE SCREEN To Parse a file using the Inline Parser screens click on the Parse X12 File Button. In the Inline Parser interface screen select your IO type, source file options are X12, CSV, or XML. If you select X12 as your source type you will have the option of selecting a destination file type of CSV or XML. If you select CSV or XML as your source type, X12 will be set as your destination type. Select your Source File, set your destination folder and select or set any options that you would like. Click Begin and you file will begin parsing. A destination file with the same name as the source should be created in the destination folder. The PARSE.LOG can be viewed to verify and troubleshoot the results of the process. COMMAND LINE INTERFACE To parse a file using the command line interface use the following syntax: To run the Inline X12 Parser from a Command Line: Syntax: C1D0U484
The following is a list of options available for use with the Inline Parser. Options are specified in the options parameter and are separated by commas. OW - Overwrite the destination file. RPMN - Rename with Prefix Map Name. MAPLOG - Turn Map Log ON. HO - Header ON (X12,CSV) only. DS - Delete Source File. ERR - Error Files set to Yes. DEBUG - Turns on DEBUG DEFAULTMAPPATH= - Path to locate the default c1map.cfg MAPPATH= - Path to find primary maps. MAP= - Secify a specific map to use. PARSELOG= - Set the parse log file name. SO - Display Screens OFF CE - Convert destination file extension to CSV or XML RE - Retain File Extension. OUTFILE= Destination File Name MF - Merge into single output file. SL - The SL option will process a record for each service line. ML - Multi-Line dynamic service line mapping option.
X12C Communications & Controls -------------------------------- 102 Associated Data 242 Data Status Tracking 815 Cryptographic Service Message 864 Text Message 868 Electronic Form Structure 993 Secured Receipt or Acknowledgment 997 Functional Acknowledgment 999 Implementation Acknowledgment ================================== X12F Finance ---------------------------------- 130 Student Educational Record (Transcript) 131 Student Educational Record (Transcript) Acknowledgment 132 Human Resource Information 133 Educational Institution Record 135 Student Aid Origination Record 138 Education Testing and Prospect Request and Report 139 Student Loan Guarantee Result 144 Student Loan Transfer and Status Verification 146 Request for Student Educational Record (Transcript) 147 Response to Request for Student Educational Record (Transcript) 155 Business Credit Report 188 Educational Course Inventory 189 Application for Admission to Educational Institutions 190 Student Enrollment Verifi cation 191 Student Loan Pre-Claims and Claims 197 Real Estate Title Evidence 198 Loan Verifi cation Information 199 Real Estate Settlement Information 200 Mortgage Credit Report 201 Residential Loan Application 202 Secondary Mortgage Market Loan Delivery 203 Secondary Mortgage Market Investor Report 205 Mortgage Note 206 Real Estate Inspection 245 Real Estate Tax Service Response 248 Account Assignment/Inquiry and Service/Status 259 Residential Mortgage Insurance Explanation of Benefi ts 260 Application for Mortgage Insurance Benefi ts 261 Real Estate Information Request 262 Real Estate Information Report 263 Residential Mortgage Insurance Application Response 264 Mortgage Loan Default Status 265 Real Estate Title Insurance Services Order 266 Mortgage or Property Record Change Notification 810 Invoice 811 Consolidated Service Invoice/Statement 812 Credit/Debit Adjustment 814 General Request, Response or Confirmation 819 Joint Interest Billing and Operating Expense Statement 820 Payment Order/Remittance Advice 821 Financial Information Reporting 822 Account Analysis 823 Lockbox 824 Application Advice 827 Financial Return Notice 828 Debit Authorization 829 Payment Cancellation Request 831 Application Control Totals 833 Mortgage Credit Report Order 844 Product Transfer Account Adjustment 849 Response to Product Transfer Account Adjustment 872 Residential Mortgage Insurance Application 880 Grocery Products Invoice ======================================================= X12G Government ------------------------------- 103 Abandoned Property Filings 105 Business Entity Filings 113 Election Campaign & Lobbyist Reporting 149 Notice of Tax Adjustment or Assessment 150 Tax Rate Notifi cation 151 Electronic Filing of Tax Return Data Acknowledgment 152 Statistical Government Information 153 Unemployment Insurance Tax Claim or Charge Information 154 Secured Interest Filing 157 Notice of Power of Attorney 158 Tax Jurisdiction Sourcing 175 Court and Law Enforcement Notice 176 Court Submission 179 Environmental Compliance Reporting 185 Royalty Regulatory Report 194 Grant or Assistance Application 195 Federal Communications Commission (FCC) License Application 196 Contractor Cost Data Reporting 249 Animal Toxicological Data 251 Pricing Support 280 Voter Registration Information 283 Tax or Fee Exemption Certifi cation 284 Commercial Vehicle Safety Reports 285 Commercial Vehicle Safety and Credentials Information Exchange 286 Commercial Vehicle Credentials 288 Wage Determination 500 Medical Event Reporting 501 Vendor Performance Review 511 Requisition 517 Material Obligation Validation 521 Income or Asset Offset 527 Material Due-In and Receipt 536 Logistics Reassignment 540 Notice of Employment Status 561 Contract Abstract 567 Contract Completion Status 568 Contract Payment Management Report 650 Maintenance Service Order 805 Contract Pricing Proposal 806 Project Schedule Reporting 813 Electronic Filing of Tax Return Data 826 Tax Information Exchange 836 Procurement Notices 838 Trading Partner Profi le 839 Project Cost Reporting 996 File Transfer ================================================= X12I Transportation ------------------------------ 104 Air Shipment Information 106 Motor Carrier Rate Proposal 107 Request for Motor Carrier Rate Proposal 108 Response to a Motor Carrier Rate Proposal 109 Vessel Content Details 110 Air Freight Details and Invoice 120 Vehicle Shipping Order 121 Vehicle Service 125 Multilevel Railcar Load Details 126 Vehicle Application Advice 127 Vehicle Baying Order 128 Dealer Information 129 Vehicle Carrier Rate Update 160 Transportation Automatic Equipment Identifi cation 161 Train Sheet 163 Transportation Appointment Schedule Information 204 Motor Carrier Load Tender 210 Motor Carrier Freight Details and Invoice 211 Motor Carrier Bill of Lading 212 Motor Carrier Delivery Trailer Manifest 213 Motor Carrier Shipment Status Inquiry 214 Transportation Carrier Ship. Status Message 215 Motor Carrier Pick-up Manifest 216 Motor Carrier Shipment Pick-up Notifi cation 217 Motor Carrier Loading and Route Guide 219 Logistics Service Request 220 Logistics Service Response 222 Cartage Work Assignment 223 Consolidators Freight Bill and Invoice 224 Motor Carrier Summary Freight Bill Manifest 225 Response to a Cartage Work Assignment 227 Trailer Usage Report 228 Equipment Inspection Report 240 Motor Carrier Package Status 250 Purchase Order Shipment Management Document 300 Reservation (Booking Request) (Ocean) 301 Confirmation (Ocean) 303 Booking Cancellation (Ocean) 304 Shipping Instructions 309 Customs Manifest 310 Freight Receipt and Invoice (Ocean) 311 Canada Customs Information 312 Arrival Notice (Ocean) 313 Shipment Status Inquiry (Ocean) 315 Status Details (Ocean) 317 Delivery/Pickup Order 319 Terminal Information 322 Terminal Operations and Intermodal Ramp Activity 323 Vessel Schedule and Itinerary (Ocean) 324 Vessel Stow Plan (Ocean) 325 Consolidation of Goods in Container 326 Consignment Summary List 350 Customs Status Information 352 U.S. Customs Carrier General Order Status 353 Customs Events Advisory Details 354 U.S. Customs Auto. Manifest Archive Status 355 U.S. Customs Acceptance/Rejection 356 U.S. Customs Permit to Transfer Request 357 U.S. Customs In-Bond Information 358 Customs Consist Information 359 Customs Customer Profile Management 361 Carrier Interchange Agreement (Ocean) 404 Rail Carrier Shipment Information 410 Rail Carrier Freight Details and Invoice 412 Trailer or Container Repair Billing 414 Rail Carhire Settlements 417 Rail Carrier Waybill Interchange 418 Rail Advance Interchange Consist 419 Advance Car Disposition 420 Car Handling Information 421 Estimated Time of Arrival Car Scheduling 422 Equipment Order 423 Rail Industrial Switch List 424 Rail Carrier Services Settlement 425 Rail Waybill Request 426 Rail Revenue Waybill 429 Railroad Retirement Activity 431 Railroad Station Master File 432 Rail Deprescription 433 Railroad Reciprocal Switch File 434 Railroad Mark Register Update Activity 435 Standard Transportation Commodity Code Master 436 Locomotive Information 437 Railroad Junctions & Interchanges Activity 440 Shipment Weights 451 Railroad Event Report 452 Railroad Problem Log Inquiry or Advice 453 Railroad Service Commitment Advice 455 Railroad Parameter Trace Registration 456 Railroad Equipment Inquiry or Advice 460 Railroad Price Distribution Request or Response 463 Rail Rate Reply 466 Rate Request 468 Rate Docket Journal Log 470 Railroad Clearance 475 Rail Route File Maintenance 485 Ratemaking Action 486 Rate Docket Expiration 490 Rate Group Definition 492 Miscellaneous Rates 494 Rail Scale Rates 601 U.S. Customs Export Shipment Information 603 Transportation Equipment Registration 715 Intermodal Group Loading Plan 854 Shipment Delivery Discrepancy Info. 858 Shipment Information 859 Freight Invoice 920 Loss or Damage Claim - Gen. Commodities 924 Loss or Damage Claim - Motor Vehicle 925 Claim Tracer 926 Claim Status Report and Tracer Reply 928 Automotive Inspection Detail 980 Functional Group Totals 990 Response to a Load Tender 998 Set Cancellation ============================================================ X12M Supply Chain ------------------------------- 101 Name and Address Lists 140 Product Registration 141 Product Service Claim Response 142 Product Service Claim 143 Product Service Notification 159 Motion Picture Booking Confirmation 170 Revenue Receipts Statement 180 Return Merchandise Authorization & Notification 244 Product Source Information 290 Cooperative Advertising Agreements 503 Pricing History 504 Clauses and Provisions 620 Excavation Communication 625 Well Information 753 Request For Routing Instructions 754 Routing Instructions 816 Organizational Relationships 818 Commission Sales Report 830 Planning Schedule w/ Release Capability 832 Price/Sales Catalog 840 Request for Quotation 841 Specifications/Technical Information 842 Nonconformance Report 843 Response to Request for Quotation 845 Price Authorization Acknowledgment/Status 846 Inventory Inquiry/Advice 847 Material Claim 848 Material Safety Data Sheet 850 Purchase Order 851 Asset Schedule 852 Product Activity Data 853 Routing and Carrier Instruction 855 Purchase Order Acknowledgment 856 Ship Notice/Manifest 857 Shipment and Billing Notice 860 Purchase Order Change Request - Buyer Initiated 861 Receiving Advice/Acceptance Certificate 862 Shipping Schedule 863 Report of Test Results 865 Purchase Order Change Acknowledgment/Request - Seller Initiated 866 Production Sequence 867 Product Transfer and Resale Report 869 Order Status Inquiry 870 Order Status Report 873 Commodity Movement Services 874 Commodity Movement Services Response 875 Grocery Products Purchase Order 876 Grocery Products Purchase Order Change 877 Manufacturer Coupon Family Code Structure 878 Product Authorization/De-authorization 879 Price Information 881 Manufacturer Coupon Redemption Detail 882 Direct Store Delivery Summary Information 883 Market Development Fund Allocation 884 Market Development Fund Settlement 885 Retail Account Characteristics 886 Customer Call Reporting 887 Coupon Notification 888 Item Maintenance 889 Promotion Announcement 890 Contract & Rebate Management 891 Deduction Research Report 893 Item Information Request 894 Delivery/Return Base Record 895 Delivery/Return Acknowledgment or Adjustment 896 Product Dimension Maintenance 940 Warehouse Shipping Order 943 Warehouse Stock Transfer Shipment Advice 944 Warehouse Stock Transfer Receipt Advice 945 Warehouse Shipping Advice 947 Warehouse Inventory Adjustment Advice ================================================================= X12N Insurance ------------------------------------------- 100 Insurance Plan Description 111 Individual Insurance Policy & Client Info. 112 Property Damage Report 124 Vehicle Damage 148 Report of Injury, Illness, or Incident 186 Insurance Underwriting Requirements Reporting 187 Premium Audit Request and Return 252 Insurance Producer Administration 255 Underwriting Information Services 256 Periodic Compensation 267 Individual Life Annuity & Disability Application 268 Annuity Activity 269 Health Care Benefit Coordination Verification 270 Eligibility, Coverage or Benefit Inquiry 271 Eligibility, Coverage or Benefit Information 272 Property and Casualty Loss Notification 273 Insurance/Annuity Application Status 274 Health Care Provider Information 275 Patient Information 276 Health Care Claim Status Request 277 Health Care Information Status Notification 278 Health Care Services Review Information 362 Cargo Insurance Advice of Shipment 834 Benefit Enrollment and Maintenance 835 Health Care Claim Payment/Advice 837 Health Care Clai 924 Loss or Damage Claim - Motor Vehicle 925 Claim Tracer 926 Claim Status Report and Tracer Reply 928 Automotive Inspection Detail 997 Functional Acknowledgment 999 Functional Acknowledgment ===============================================================
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