UCC MULLS HOW TO BACK STANDARD INTERFACE CODE

DAYTON, Ohio -- For the Uniform Code Council, the question of supporting Standard Interface Language as an electronic data interchange protocol seems to be more how than why.The executive committee of UCC met here in mid-January to hash out how it should back SIL, even though the council will not issue an official decision on whether to support the language until sometime after UCC's Board of Governors

DAYTON, Ohio -- For the Uniform Code Council, the question of supporting Standard Interface Language as an electronic data interchange protocol seems to be more how than why.

The executive committee of UCC met here in mid-January to hash out how it should back SIL, even though the council will not issue an official decision on whether to support the language until sometime after UCC's Board of Governors meets on April 29.

"There was unanimous agreement that we should move ahea

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