Supply Chain Markup Language (SCML)

Introduction

Supply Chain Markup Language (SCML) is an application of XML markup language for describing supply chain elements and capturing both its structure and content. Here you'll find links to documentation and examples to help SCOM project with this brand new technology. As an addition, we can that the SCML provides support for production/operations management and supply chain management by means of Supply Chain Management Ontology (SCOM).

  • XSCML (XML coding system for SCML)
  • PARSX (Supply chain parser for SCML)

  • XML (Extensible Markup Language)
  • CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) or XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language)
  • XML Schema aka XSD (XML Schema Definition)

Tools


SCML references

  • SCML element reference: Details about each SCML element and compatibility information for desktop and mobile browsers.
  • SCML attribute reference: Information about SCML attributes that modify the appearance or behavior of elements.
  • SCML examples: SCML samples and examples to help you understand how it works.




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