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UK: EDI Decommissioning - Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ ) (Doc ID 2319569.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 04, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle HRMS (UK) - Version 12.1 HRMS RUP8 to 12.2.7 [Release 12.1 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

To provide a collective document of Frequently Asked Questions in regards to UK EDI Decommissioning

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 Overview
 What is EDI Decommissioning?
 What is SAML Token validity?
 Prerequisites
 What proxy settings are required for online retrieval?
 What are the proxy profiles for online retrieval?
 What security certificates are required, and how do I import them?
 Implementation
 Can I switch back to EDI from XML?
 Is it possible to set the retrieval option during the testing phase to receive XML and EDI files simultaneously for outgoing (HMRC to employer) messages?
 What are the XML submission options available for use?
 How do I access and use WSDL files?
 What is the average response time for an XML submission?
 What are the validations used when I run the Test in Live submission option?
 Additional Information
 What is the licensing cost for this solution?
 Are there any restrictions on storing HMRC login credentials?
 Is any encryption available?
 Do I still need to use a third-party application to send the files to HMRC?
 Will P11D(b) also be produced as an xml?
 Why is the xml output for RTI - Employer Payment Summary Process (EPS) 2017/18 not located in the request output when the process is launched?
 Do we still need to use the Test Submission parameter now that we are using XML and there is the Gateway Test Indicator parameter as well?
 As part of the change from EDI to XML do we have to use AS2 or are there other options such as SFTP?>
 Where is Transport and Security protocol used?
 Feedback
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