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How To Send Addresses Of Stores And Warehouses To Suppliers And To Receive Updated Addresses From Suppliers in Version 16? (Doc ID 2419115.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Merchandising System - Version 16.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Version 16 has removed Electronic Data Interchange(EDI) address upload and download batch processes.

These 2 batch programs have been removed with v16
• edidladd (EDI Location Address Download)
The purpose of this module is to download addresses of stores and warehouses to suppliers. Depending on the runtime parameters, either all addresses will be sent or only those with changes. The output file format is a standard Oracle Retail file format that is assumed to be translated into EDI format by a translator, such as Gentran.
• ediupadd (EDI Supplier Address Upload)
This batch program is used to read supplier address information sent via an EDI 838 transaction and use the information to update RMS supplier information. Five different types of supplier addresses can be managed via this EDI interface: business, postal, returns, order, and invoice. This program always assumes that address information is the primary address for the type.

Please clarify why above programs have been removed as retailers still need this functionality back to send addresses of stores and warehouses to suppliers and to receive updated addresses from suppliers.


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