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Electronic data interchange (EDI) is the concept of businesses communicating electronically certain information that was traditionally communicated on paper.
The two classic examples of such information are purchase orders and invoices.
As more trading partners use the Internet for transmission, standards have emerged.
In 2002, the IETF published RFC 3335, offering a standardized, secure method of transferring EDI data via e-mail.
On July 12, 2005, an IETF working group ratified RFC4130 for MIME-based HTTP EDIINT (a.k.a. AS4) has also been standardised by the OASIS standards body.
One such real-time system was the London Airport Cargo EDP Scheme (LACES) at Heathrow Airport, London, UK, in 1971.
Implementing the direct trader input (DTI) method, it allowed forwarding agents to enter information directly into the Customs processing system reducing the time for clearance.