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Single Assembly Design Reinstated; Stay of Execution for .NET 3.5 Support

The last post discussed a future design whereby Gepsio would ship as two assemblies and that, as a result of this work, would no longer be able to support .NET 3.5. 597 more words

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XBRL US certifies applications that successfully incorporate quality rules

XBRL US announced that five companies have received certification for successfully incorporating the initial set of validation rules developed by the XBRL Data Quality Committee into their XBRL software applications that issuers use for preparing XBRL filings submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). 170 more words

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MCA Exempts Housing Finance Companies from XBRL Filing

Dear Friends,

Companies in Banking, Insurance, Power Sector and Non Banking Financial companies are already exempted from XBRL filing under Proviso to Rule 3 of the Companies (Filing of Documents and Forms in Extensible Business Reporting Language) Rules, 2015. 172 more words

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Ease-of-use and Microsoft Office Integration Drives XBRL & Disclosure Management Solution for Public Companies

Vintage and Certent partnership keeps workflow streamlined for financial reporting departments 

NEW YORK, April 6, 2016 /PRNewswire//  Vintage, the capital markets, corporate services and institutional & fund services division of PR Newswire, is pleased to announce its… 756 more words

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How to speed XBRL processing?

Some scientific works show us that computer processing based on native XML documents is not the best way to follow if you are thinking in performance ( 223 more words

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You don’t want the SEC to be your XBRL proofreader

As astutely highlighted by industry-XBRL-data-crunching-stalwart Calcbench (watch video here), the SEC “noticed” that Goldman Sachs’ XBRL documents were different when compared to their 10-K file. 311 more words

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XBRL based on JSF (Java Server Faces)

JSF (Java Server Faces) is one of the newest standard Java framework for building Web applications based on components. However, just in version 2.2 there is an option for loading any files natively, I am talking about the <h:inputFile> component. 319 more words

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