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WS: 47: FAQ Inbound EDI Transaction Sets (Doc ID 1562594.1)

Last updated on APRIL 30, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards World EDI - Version A7.3 cume 4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


To document the frequent asked questions related to EDI inbound transaction sets. 

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 Inbound 810: Invoice with Receipt Match
 Question 1: Is it possible to match multiple purchase orders to a single invoice on an inbound 810 transaction set in order to create a single voucher?
 Question 2: How does the system handle an inbound EDI 810 transaction when the invoice quantity is less than or greater than the quantity received?
 Question 3: How can no Tolerance on Unit price for any Vendor be setup for P470412?
 Question 4: How do you add records to the EDI Invoice Match files (F47041, F47042 and F47044)?
 Question 5: Can the P470412 be used to create vouchers for an order where the voucher logging process has been used to log the original voucher?
 Inbound 830: Inbound Planning Schedule
 Question 1: Is there functionality to convert an EDI Planning Schedule (Inbound 830) into actual sales orders for the customer (Inbound 850)?
 Question 2: The P47061 Inbound 830 updates the EDSP flag but produces no output.
 Question 3: Does the EDI Inbound 830 - Planning Schedule.P47061 only update the forecast? Are the forecast types user-defined? Can it also interface automatically interface with MRP?
 Inbound 832: Price Catalog
 Question 1: The 832 Price Sales Catalog appears to be only for the base pricing. Does 832 support advanced pricing?
 Inbound 850: Receive Customer Orders
 Question 1: When you set up Cross Reference Revisions, F15 from the Customer Billing Instructions (P40131/F4013) for EDI transaction sets, do you need to set up multiple records that reference the relationship between trading partner and sold to address, and trading partner and ship to address, for each inbound purchase order?
 Question 2: How do prices from stock and non-stock lines default along with any advanced pricing set up based on the processing option set up for price retrieval in the DREAMWriter?  Do the stock lines retrieve the F4106? Do the non-stock line prices come from the F47012?
 Question 3: On an inbound 850 with Ship Destination Quantity (SDQ), how can you get the item line number (SZLNID) to map into SDLNID in the F4211 without JDE overriding the line number?
 Question 4: Will an Inbound 850 created sales order create a work order?
 Question 5: Using SDQ, you need To Have Separate Orders But All Marked With Original Ship-To
 Question 6: Where does the line type come from in a sales order if the P47011/P40211Z processing option for default line type is blank, and you don't enter a line type into the order?
 Question 7: How do you populate SYMCU Header Branch Plant in the F47011 for program P40211Z? Can this be done via Preference Profiles?
 Question 8: Can you create a sales order and invoice number to match each other? 
 Question 9: Does Discrepancy Holds work with Advanced Pricing and the P40211Z EDI Inbound 850? 
 Question 10: Does the program P47011 handle population of the Deliver To (DVAN) field in the F4201/F4211 SO Header and Detail for the newly created sales order?
 Question 11: Can you leave sales order number DOCO blank in the EDI or Z files (F47011/F47012 - F4001z/F4001z) and/or populate your own value?
 Question 12: If the Blanket order has a Customer PO VR01 populated will it default to the new sales order?
 Question 13: If the Customer PO number VR01 is duplicate, will there be an error and will it create the sales order?
 Inbound 856 P47031: Inbound Shipping Notice
 Question 1: Does the P47031 Shipping Notice default the reference fields VR01 and VR02 from the F47031 and F47032 Inbound Shipping Notice Header and Detail files?
 Question 2: Populating what fields in the header and detail files F47031/F47032 will make the program update the status on the purchase order? 
 Question 3: How do you populate the customer item number for the Inbound 856?
 Inbound 860: Order Change
 Question 1: Is it possible to change sales order quantities using a different Change Code, i.e, PQ (Unit Price/Quantity)?
 Inbound 861: Receive Advice into Purchasing
 Question 1: Can Inbound 861 use tolerance rules?
 Question 2: What if the line number matches, but the item number does not?
 Question 3 Is there a way to map a value into the Vendor Remark field (VRMK) in the Purchase Order Receiver file (F43121) on an inbound 861?
 Question 4: There are numerous fields relating to lots that do not exist in the F47072, including Lot Expiration Date (MMEJ), Memo Lot 1 (LOT1), Memo Lot 2 (LOT2), Supplier Lot (RLOT), and Lot Status Code (LOTS). Is there a way to map this information for an inbound receipt?
 Question 5: Is there a way to receive the goods on a purchase order line into multiple locations or lots?
 Question 6: Can the Inbound 861 reverse a receipt?
 Question 7: What is accomplished by the inbound 861--how are changes tracked?.  What is changed in the Sales Order Detail file (F4211) when there are discrepancies?  What is the use of the adjusted quantity fields?
 Question 8: With EDI Inbound 861, P47071, how can I receive a partial amount on a line and close the remaining amount, just like using option 7 in P4312?
 Question 9: Should the program send an error for a PO line in the F47 files that is already processed and in receipt routing and updates the (EDSP) Send/Receive Flag = Y?
 Inbound 862: Inbound & Outbound Planning Schedule
 Question 1: There is an Outbound 862 Planning Schedule as of A8.1. Is there an Inbound 862 Planning Schedule transaction set?
 Inbound 865: PO Change Acknowledgement
 Question 1: Is it possible to track multiple promise dates when the vendor "splits" a PO detail line?
 Question 2: Is it possible to append a Purchase Order that already has been processed to the F4301/F4311 through the P471411 program?

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