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Old 22nd March 2005, 14:34
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Using EDI Messages Delfor and and DELJIT in SSA Baan Ln

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Want to know that EDI Messages Delfor and DELJIT is supported in SSA Baan Ln.

Is EDI implementation in LN different than Baan5 C or Baan IV?
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Old 22nd March 2005, 23:34
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Is EDI implementation in LN different than Baan5 C or Baan IV?
Refer to the SSA-ERP-LN documentation ->

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Document code : P3496B US
Release : SSA® ERP LN 6.1
Document title : Functions & Features
Publication date : July 04
Chapter 10
Electronic Commerce

10-2 | Electronic Commerce
Master data
Before you can use EDI, a great deal of setup must be made. As a result,
codes for organizations, such as BEMIS, must be entered, the messages that
must be exchanged, such as MRL001 for sending data related to material
releases, the messages that are relevant for each business partner (not all
business partners will need EDI messages) and the moment (the SSA ERP
session) the EDI message must be generated. For example, during the
Approve Release Lines (tdpur322m100) session an EDI Message for the
Material Release (MRL001) must be generated.
Networks
All the EDI messages must be stored somewhere, because all the
information is all electronic data. The user must define in the Network
session, where the data must be stored. The business partner data is linked
to this type of network.
Conversion
The conversion sessions are an important of the entire EDI module. You can
enter the codes, for example, for addresses, currencies, countries, and
schedule types in the system. This helps to interpret the meaning of the EDI
message.
The user can see, in the conversion setups for each message, which table
fields will become part of this type of message, what level the table field has
in that message, and the length of the message.
When all codes are defined, the setup can be made for conversion-in data,
so that incoming EDI messages can be transferred in the standard SSA ERP
data, and for conversion-out data, so that messages are correctly
transformed from the SSA ERP system. A good example where this
functionality is required is the item code. In the SSA ERP system, an item
can have code ABC, whereas at the other party, the same item has code
123. To make sure that the other party will get the right information, this type
of conversion must be made.
In addition, you can define specific conversions for each business partner,
and you can perform import and export of messages.
Electronic Commerce | 10-3
Communication
A separate module is present that handles the processing of the EDI
messages. Messages can be generated for a particular network or being
imported from a particular network.
If message-generation fails, and required changes are made (either in ERP
or in the EDI module), you can try again to generate EDI messages.
Message data
You can view the messages that were received. If the conversion failed so
that the message could not be processed, the old data remains there, and
you can retry to perform the conversion. The user can always see the old
data.
In the outgoing file, the EDI-messages are stored, which must be processed.
If processing the message was successful, the data for being processed is
removed from the Messages to Be Generated session. In the history
sessions, all relevant data is still available for the user.
General
In EDI, the sessions that are triggering the BEMIS EDI message are defined.
As a result, the functional session, for example, the Print Release session
checks if the session is defined in EDI and, if so, a trigger is set in EDI that a
BEMIS EDI message must be created for the printed release.
10-4 | Electronic Commerce
The following table lists the messages that can be generated from the
various SSA ERP entities:
Code Name of the message Related Business Object where
message is used
DIS Dispatch Advise ASN
FML Load info to Carrier Freight Management
FMS Carrier Status info Freight Management
INV Trading Invoice Invoice
MRL Material Release Purchase Schedule
OCA Order Change
Acknowledgement
Purchase Order & Sales Order
ORC Order Change Purchase Order & Sales Order
ORD Orders Purchase Order & Sales Order
ORS Order Response Order Management
RAD Remittance Advise Finance
SEQ Sequential Shipping Schedule Purchase Schedule
SHP Shipping Schedule Purchase Schedule
ERN Error Notification
RDN Receipt Discrepancy
Notification
Receipt
You can group data from multiple Business Objects into one EDI message.
The order information, for example, also contains address information, which
is another Business Object.
To be able to compare data present in an EDI message, a print session
called the Print Compare Conversion Setups (ecedi5400m000) session is
available, which provides an overview of which data is present in the
incoming messages and which data is present in the outgoing messages.
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Originally Posted by anupamprasad
Is EDI implementation in LN different than Baan5 C or Baan IV?
Technically spoken, the EDI module is working exactly the same in LN. No new developments in that area.
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The code name MRL (Material Release) is comparable with DELFOR and with 830.
The code name SEQ (Seq. Shipping Schedule) is comparable with DELJIT and 866.
The code name SHP (Shipping Schedule) is the 3rd EDI message for schedules that is supported in LN and is comparable with 862.

830, 862, 866 are X12 stds.
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EDI setup in LN6.1

Hi,
I am unable to find the document for EDI i.e. P3496B US. Does anyone have the document (Same or Other). Kindly arrange to provide the document.

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EDI setup in LN6.1

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I am unable to find the document for EDI i.e. P3496B US. Does anyone have the document (Same or Other). Kindly arrange to provide the document.

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Hi Gurus
I am unable to find the document P3496B US. Does anyone have the document (Same or Other). Kindly mail this document. My mail Id: balaramk7@gmail.com

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