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E1: 47: Non-Stock and Stock Purchase Order Receiving (Inbound 861/RECADV)(R47071/P4312/F47071/F47072) (Doc ID 625506.1)

Last updated on APRIL 03, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne EDI - Version XE and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.



Receiving Advice (Inbound 861/RECADV) is a document that represents confirmation of goods received either by the customer or an offsite consigned warehouse from the supplier. This message is used as a notification of goods received and also documents the conditions of the items that the customer or the consigned warehouse received along with the customer's acceptance or rejection of those items.  

The EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071) - Inbound 861 - for a purchase order, confirms the receipt of services against an outstanding purchase order.

Company A enters a purchase order. The Vendor on the order fills the services for Company B. Company B is the recipient of the services and is invoiced, they send the advice to Company A that the services are complete. When Company B sends the receiving advice documents, the receiving translator of Company A maps to a flat file, and the Inbound Flat File Conversion (R47002C) program will upload the data into the EDI Receiving Advice (F47071/F47072) tables. Then Company A will run the EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071) program to record the receipt of those services in their system.

Documenting the process for the EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071) - Inbound 861 - for a non-stock and stock purchase orders.




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 Resulting Report from EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071)
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