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Last Post 05/14/2019 8:24 AM by  JonA
Implementing EDI 810
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05/13/2019 8:36 AM
    Hello All,

    We want to set up EDI 810 just for one vendor. All invoices will be against POs. I've been reading the EDI user guide and had some questions.

    Does ED502 have the ability to translate standard X12 built-in, or do we have to load some kind of field map?
    What errors would prevent an invoice from being accepted into ED502? In this case would an error message go back to the vendor? Do qty and price errors prevent an invoice from loading?
    Our single trading partner will also be the carrier
    Provider would be LAWS
    After ingesting the 810 via ED520, MA540 would pick up the invoices and apply matching rules and tolerances.

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    Jerry Friedman
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    05/13/2019 9:46 AM
    The vendor has to be supported by Lawson to set them up for EDI or the vendor would have to format their 810's the same as one of the supported vendors. You should check the Trading Partner List which you can obtain from the Support Site. There are several types of errors that would be a problem in ED502. That would be line number errors, UOM errors etc. These error records can be access by using MA54. You can correct them there and then run MA540 to load them. Because we wanted to set up several vendors we went with GHX. Good Luck
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    05/13/2019 10:19 AM
    Hi Jerry,
    A correction to my previous post. The types of errors that you would see in ED502 would not be the ones I mentioned. They would show up in MA540. Generally with ED502 you would get an error if ED330 was not running, transactions (810's, 850's, 832, etc) not defined for translation. Also if you didn't set up the translation correctly in ED40 you might get errors.
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    05/13/2019 10:19 AM
    Thanks for the feedback Jim!
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    05/13/2019 10:44 AM
    You will have to create an ED10 similar to the ED10 you have for your current 810 vendor. That should be where you tell Lawson it's the same map. The 4 ED40s we set up are: TPID_I_COMPANY, TPID_I_PROCGRP, TPID_I_VENDOR, and for some TPID_I_ADDON
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    05/14/2019 8:24 AM
    I've found that most vendors have no trouble configuring the 810 according to Infor specs. We have a number of trading partners that are not in Infor's trading partner listing. The most common error I see in ED502 is when an 850 has gone out with an incorrect ship-to account translation, sending the Lawson value in the ED40 redord for the account number- ALM 9MID10010. I notify the buyer but the vendor usually sends this same bad value back on the 810. I have to edit the MA540CSV file and add that 810 data.
    Jon Athey - Supply Chain Analyst - Materials Management - MidMichigan Health
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