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Old 6th October 2003, 18:21
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Baan: Baan IVc4 ags0 - DB: Informix 9.40 UC4 - OS: Sun Solaris 9
Inbound ASN - Type of Number Series ?


Attempting to set up an inbound ASN via EDI and have managed to create one record in tdpsc040 during testing. However the advice number assigned is 0 and when trying to reprocess further EDI I get the message ASN number 0 already exists.

I'm pretty sure that the problem lies within the session "Maintain EDI Mesages Supported by Relation" and in particular the setting Type of Number and subsequent series.

Can somebody please advise me to which "Type of Number" I should be using for an inbound ASN.

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Intier Automotive - IT Support Analyst
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