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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 MAY 26, 2021

Applies to:

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

Purpose

Overview

This document provides details for the EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071) process, commonly known as the "Inbound 861" - for both stock and non-stock purchase orders. This process confirms the receipt of goods or services against an outstanding purchase order.

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.  

A usage scenario might be as follows: 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.

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In this Document
Purpose
Details
 Minimum Required Fields
 Key Fields
 Tables Updated
 Resulting Report from EDI Receiving Advice Edit/Create - Purchasing (R47071)
 Troubleshooting
 Frequently Asked Questions
References

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