Re: A7.3.11 EDI

m_puziewicz

Member
Re: A7.3.11 EDI

We are not on cum 11 yet, but we are using programs P47011/P47011EC for our EDI
interface. The trick is to populate as many of the fields in F47011 and F47012
as possible. Use a front end program to do it and to perform some of the
editing. If you allow P47011/P47011EC to handle all the editing you loose a lot
of flexibility.

You can email me directly if you need more info.

[email protected]

Maureen Puziewicz
Marigold Foods, Inc.
 

Jason

Member
EDI interface in World

Hello JDE experts,

I hope that some experienced JDE World user can enlighten me.

We are not JDE users ourselves, but we want to send our Purchase Orders to a JDE World user who will then automatically post them into their World system as incomming sales orders. Part of the deal is that our techies will have to make it all happen on their system!

Have I understood it correctly that we need to populate F47011 and F47012 files and then run P47011?

I assume that F47011 is order header and F47012 is order detail? Is this correct? Are there any other files than should be populated, even if only optionally?

Is P47011 what I would call a batch order update? In other words does it edit the incoming data and post it into the main sales order files? Are these F4201(Header) and FF4211 (detail)?

Does P47011 price the record as well as edit it?

What then happens about downstream activities such as stock allocation?

What happens if errors are detected, e.g. a product code not on the Item Master?

If someone would be kind enough to explain this entire procedure (and particularly any pitfalls to be aware of) I will be most grateful

Jason Ellis
+44 (0)1423 874426
 

ame

Reputable Poster
Re: EDI interface in World

Hi Jason -

Yes... the F47011 is the order header... F47012 is the detail lines... F4706
is the order addresses... F4714 is the order header text... F4715 is the
order detail text and if necessary... F47013 is the SDQ file. Usually the
F47011, F47012, and F4706 are populated while the others are optional.

P47011 is run to pull the data out of these files and edit it... (including
pricing, allocation, etc based on processing options on the program) and
then will create the F4201 and F4211 records as well as any pricing records,
updates to allocation, etc).

If the item is not in the cross reference (either the item has never been
set up or the item cross reference from the customer's part number has never
been set up) it will give you an item invalid and not create the order. If
pricing is not set up it will give you a warning, but still create the
order. If the UOM can't be found for that item it will give you an error for
this. If the customer address is not set up it will give you an error.
One important note... if you have an Error (not a warning) on ANY one line
... the whole order is not created. It's an all or none thing.

Please review and let me know if you have any questions. thanks, Bobby



I hope that some experienced JDE World user can enlighten me.

We are not JDE users ourselves, but we want to send our Purchase Orders to a
JDE World user who will then automatically post them into their World system
as incomming sales orders. Part of the deal is that our techies will have to
make it all happen on their system!

Have I understood it correctly that we need to populate F47011 and F47012
files and then run P47011?

I assume that F47011 is order header and F47012 is order detail? Is this
correct? Are there any other files than should be populated, even if only
optionally?

Is P47011 what I would call a batch order update? In other words does it
edit the incoming data and post it into the main sales order files? Are
these F4201(Header) and FF4211 (detail)?

Does P47011 price the record as well as edit it?

What then happens about downstream activities such as stock allocation?

What happens if errors are detected, e.g. a product code not on th!

If someone would be kind enough to explain this entire procedure (and
particularly any pitfalls to be aware of) I will be most grateful

Jason Ellis
+44 (0)1423 874426

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Re: EDI interface in World

All World people......I am new to the company I am at and they are trying to run advanced pricing from P47011 for EDI orders. The developer is telling me that the pricing can't be ran from P47011 because the weight does not come in for the order and is not calculated until after the fact. We are using a specific multiplier to calculate discounts based on the weight. This gets factored in with the advanced pricing calculation. Can anyone shed some light here if they have worked on something similar....

Thanks.......
 
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