Ez-iXBRL is the latest addition to Ez-XBRL Solutions' product range. It follows the Inline XBRL specification (iXBRL) announced by XBRL International. iXBRL is a new way of creating XBRL documents that allows the same document to contain "human readable" documents in a web browser while also containing embedded XBRL information. The embedded information can be read by XBRL applications for viewing, analysis and data comparisons.
Key Features of Ez-iXBRL
Ez-iXBRL creates fully standards-compliant Inline XBRL documents. In addition, it also complies with the UK HMRC XBRL Technical Guidance and Inline XBRL Style Guide.
- Automated iXBRL Generation - Ez-iXBRL automates the process of generating Inline XBRL (integrated XHTML and XBRL) and separate XBRL documents.
- Multiple Input Formats - Allows users to generate iXBRL documents directly from a variety of source documents - PDF, MS-Excel, MS Word, HTML - without having to convert the documents to XHTML before use.
- Advanced Validations - Ensures that output XBRL and iXBRL documents adhere to the XBRL/iXBRL specifications. We also ensure that the final XHTML document is fully compliant with HMRC's styleguide and other specifications. These include validations for calculations, XML canonicalisation, XHTML specifications, pagination, scaling and precision to ensure accurate rounding of marked up values.
- Taxonomy Support - Ez-iXBRL fully supports all taxonomies that will be used by UK corporation tax filers - UK GAAP, UK IFRS, UK Charities and Computations
- Support for Complete Tagging Set - Ez-iXBRL supports the complete set of taxonomy tags for each of the three taxonomies. If required, it also supports the minimal tagging set as defined by HMRC.
- XHTML Editor - Ez-XBRL provides users with a smart and simple interface to further edit the auto-generated XHTML documents to add CSS styling as they see fit. This special editing interface ensures that users make edits within the specifications of XHTML document.
- XHTML Preview - The preview feature provides users with an option to verify the appearance of the generated XHTML file