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#1. Run eTranslator and produce XML

  • We use EDI X12 input file to produce XML
  • Then open resulting XML file in text editor

#2. Run eTranslator via command line

  • This works on both Windows and Linux
  • First we enter --help to get full list of available parameters
  • Then we check that input file exists
  • Only input and license key parameters required for basic execution
  • License key is available in the GUI under Help-License menu