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An EDI 856 contains the following elements :

DoD Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Convention: ASC X12 Transaction Set 856 Ship Notice/Manifest (Version 003030)

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EDI Transactions | EDI 850, EDI 856, EDI 820, EDI 852, EDI 810

Let’s start the data analysis understanding the EDI 856 Structure. Generally speaking, an EDI document is a simple text file consisting of three parts: Header, Detail and Footer. This blog post covers the Detail Segment, it contains all of the business information that gives meaning to the document.

Let’s start the data analysis understanding the EDI 856 Structure. Generally speaking, an EDI document is a simple text file consisting of three parts: Header, Detail and Footer. This blog post covers the Detail Segment, it contains all of the business information that gives meaning to the document.

EDI 856 - Ship Notice/Manifest - eBridge Connections

  • Setup Output type and Partner Profile for Oubound EDI 856 (Advanced Shipment Notification)
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  • Tags: DESADV, EDI 856, Stock transport Order, NACE, Output types
  • Category: ABAP Development
  • Expert Abaper
  • Company: DivulgeSAP
  • Posted on 10 Mar, 2010 11:37 AM
     

    EDI 856 Demystified - Aurora EDI Alliance

    Let’s start the data analysis understanding the EDI 856 Structure. Generally speaking, an EDI document is a simple text file consisting of three parts: Header, Detail and Footer. This blog post covers the Detail Segment, it contains all of the business information that gives meaning to the document.

    The Business Scenario that will be covered with this blog post is pretty simple: A Trading Partner (Supplier) will transmit regularly Advance Shipping Notices (EDI 856 ASN) to a Manufacturing Center (Manufacturer). Every transmission can contain one or multiple Purchase Orders and every Purchase Order can contain one or several Rolls. All the Rolls will include the following measurements: Diameter, Width, Length and Gross Weight.