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Not all managed file transfer solutions are created equal. RSSBus Connect includes advanced security and messaging features unavailable in solutions that cost ten times as much. With RSSBus Connect you can:
The Drummond certified eBusinessReady™ AS2 (AS2) Port gives RSSBus Connect the ability to transfer data using the AS2 protocol. AS2 is the most popular B2B protocol in the industry today, and is the defacto standard for EDI message transfer of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) messages. AS2 is designed to connect, deliver, validate, acknowledge, and securely transmit data across the Internet.
SFTP is a secure file transfer protocol preferred by IT professionals worldwide for its straightforward configuration and strong security. Unlike FTP, SFTP uses a single connection port for easy firewall navigation, password and public key authentication, and strong data encryption. The SFTP Port of RSSBus Connect is a full-featured SFTP client enabling authentication and secure file transfer with SFTP-ready servers.
OFTP2 is a secure managed file transfer protocol that is used predominantly in the automotive industry for the secure exchange of critical automotive data across the Internet. The OFTP2 specification is developed and maintained by the Odette OFTP2 Experts Group and supports critical messaging features like message encryption, authentication, and non-repudiation. The OFTP Port of RSSBus Connect is a full-featured OFTP2 implementation that has been tested certified interoperable by Odette.
The RSSBus Connect FTP Port uses either plain-text FTP or SSL-enabled FTPS to transfer files to and from FTP servers. Simply provide the FTP Port with server and authentication details and RSSBus Connect will manage automated file transfers with remote FTP servers.
Similar to SFTP, SCP is a secure file transfer protocol that can be used to transfer files to, and from, SSH servers. The SCP Port uses the Secure Copy Protocol (SCP) to move files between RSSBus Connect and remote SSH servers.
The OpenPGP port can encrypt and sign or decrypt and verify messages. The port supports many encryption algorithms including CAST5, 3DES, AES256, AES192, AES128, IDEA, Twofish, and Blowfish. It also support various signing algorithms such as SHA1, MD5, RIPEMD160, SHA256, SHA384, SHA512, and SHA224.
RosettaNet is a group of leading technology companies that have created and implemented a common set of nonproprietary, XML-based, e-business standards. The RNIF Port enables the execution of business transactions between RosettaNet trading partners. The RNIF Port implements the transport, packaging, and routing of messages and signals as defined in the RosettaNet Implementation Framework versions 1.1 and 2.0.
Today's B2B and A2A integration challenges require organizations to work with a diverse set of connectivity protocols and messaging formats.
RSSBus Connect gives users the tools to tackle B2B messaging, head-on. In addition to powerful secure managed file transfer capabilities, RSSBus Connect includes a host of easy-to-use EDI and B2B messaging features. With a highly flexible and extensible architecture RSSBus Connect allows you to quickly overcome any B2B messaging challenges.
RSSBus Connect gives users the flexibility to use only what you need. The flexible architecture and licensing of RSSBus Connect allows users to pick and choose the capabilities that matter most. Use RSSBus Connect for Managed File Transfer, or for EDI Integration, or both!
UN/EDIFACT (Electronic Data Interchange For Administration, Commerce and Transport) is a standard way to describe information and is the international standard for electronic data interchange. Common message types include Invoices, packing slips, acknowledgements etc. and new message types are constantly evolving.
The EDIFACT port can process EDIFACT formatted files to and from XML. The port can automatically generate and process acknowledgments, validate EDI party agreement settings, and log processing statuses to the transaction log.
ASC X12 (Accredited Standards Committee X12) is the U.S. national standards body for the development and maintenance of EDI standards. ASC X12 sponsors a growing collection of X12 schemas for health care, insurance, government, transportation, finance, and more.
The X12 port can process X12 formatted files to and from XML. The port can automatically generate and process acknowledgments, validate EDI party agreement settings, and log processing statuses to the transaction log.
SAP IDoc is a popular EDI message format used to exchange messages between applications and popular SAP business systems. IDoc message types exists for different transaction types including purchase orders, quotes, invoices, etc.
RSSBus Connect can be configured as an EDI subsystem for messaging with partners. The IDoc port can send, receive, and process IDoc or XML IDoc messages through inbound and outbound information flow.
Messaging and database integration are at the core of many business-critical processes. The SQL Port provides a straightforward way to automate the process of converting message data between SQL Server and XML messages. Combined with the other RSSBus Connect ports, the SQL Port plays a critical role in providing end-to-end business integration.
Powerful enough to solve today's integration challenges, and flexible enough to grow with you as your needs evolve, RSSBus Connect provides everything you need to easily automate business-critical processes.
RSSBus Connect includes:
Excel spreadsheets are the preferred tool for data presentation for many business users. The Excel ports can be used to convert data in XML format into a custom formatted Excel spreadsheet, and to convert Excel spreadsheet data into XML for processing.
Excel generation is extremely easy to setup and configure. Users pre-configure a standard Excel file as a template that defines layout and formatting information. The Excel port then processes incoming XML and maps that data to output Excel documents. This powerful feature makes it easy to automate the transformation of EDI documents and messages into professional looking human-readable invoices, purchase orders, sales receipts, etc.
Excel to XML processing is similarly straightforward. The Excel port can be configured to monitor an incoming directory for Excel files. When a new Excel file is moved to the incoming directory, the Excel port will extract a predefined set of information from the Excel spreadsheet and output XML.
The PDF port is a powerful and flexible tool that can be used to automate document generation. The PDF port can be used map XML data to PDF forms and execute PDF templates. Use the PDF port to generate all kinds of documents including standard forms, shipping labels, barcode tags, and more.
PDF generation is extremely easy to setup and configure. Users pre-configure a standard PDF file as a template that defines layout and formatting. The PDF port then processes incoming XML and maps that data to output PDF documents. This powerful feature makes it easy to automate the transformation of EDI documents and messages into shipping labels, barcode tags, invoices, purchase orders, sales receipts, etc.
The Script port is one of the extension mechanisms of RSSBus Connect, allowing users to extend the app with custom code. The Script port can be used to execute custom scripts in order to perform functions or operations that are not available in the default installation.
There are many different tasks you can configure a script port to do. For example, users can: