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Business process management: Avoiding the pitfalls

by Linda Tucci,13/02/2008, SearchCIO.comProcess improvement touches many parts of an organisation — from infrastructure and business strategy to organisational redesign — which means missteps can abound. A panel of been-there, done-thats at the Gartner Business Process Management Summit last week in Las Vegas offered practical advice on how to avoid common risks.The highest correlation between [...]

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Data(3pm)						User Contributed Perl Documentation						 Data(3pm)

NAME
Business::ISBN::Data - data pack for Business::ISBN SYNOPSIS
see Business::ISBN DESCRIPTION
This data is current as of the date in the module version. At that time, the publisher codes 9990000-9999999 or 999000-999999 had not been fixed, although they had been proposed. I do not include them in the data. Some regions, including India(93), Gabon(99902), and Congo(99951) have country codes but no publisher codes. They still have entries even though you won't be able to validate any ISBNs assigned in those regions. Business::ISBN uses this "data pack" to do its work. You can update Business::ISBN::Data independently of the main module as the various ISBN organizations assign new publisher codes. The ISBN agency lists these data at http://www.isbn-international.org/converter/ranges.htm . It's also available as a javascript file at http://www.isbn-international.org/converter/ranges.js . The make_data.pl program creates the meat of this module. Note, that as a historical artifact, some countries are actually language areas. For instance, country code 2 is "French", and includes several French-speaking countries. Simply install this module over the previous version. The module is a Perl data structure, so you can install it with CPAN.pm, or simply copy it to the right location. Older versions of this module did not declare a version, and will work with whatever version of Business::ISBN you have despite anything the Makefile.PL might say. Some versions tracked the version of Business::ISBN. Starting in October 2008, the version is the date of the module update (as YYYYMMDD). If you make updates, please send them to me so I can include them in future releases. SOURCE AVAILABILITY
This module lives in the Github repository with Business::ISBN: git://github.com/briandfoy/business--isbn.git AUTHOR
brian d foy, "<bdfoy@cpan.org>" Yakov Shafranovich updated the data in October 2008. COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE
Copyright (c) 2002-2008, brian d foy, All Rights Reserved. You may redistribute this under the same terms as Perl itself. perl v5.10.0 2008-12-05 Data(3pm)

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