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EDI Process Help
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05/01/2011 7:54 PM
    I wanted to know if anyone has a document outlining the EDI setup/configuration and process. And if you have anything on working with GHX that would be great as well. If it's too large too send here please send it to jtaylorjr1@yahoo.com. Thanks
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    05/02/2011 4:50 PM
    I have a basic one, and we do use GHX. Are you just starting out with Lawson EDI and GHX, or have you been using Lawson EDI and are starting to use GHX? Like I said, my doc is pretty basic. Feel free to contact me at gary.padgett@moffitt.org
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    05/03/2011 11:22 PM
    Hi James -

    Actually, GHX provides a Lawson configuration document which is pretty decent. What have you guys done so far - i assume EDI and Comm Server are installed, GHX C+ 3.0 installed and everything has been smoke tested?

    So, you now have ED00.1, ED02 (GHX C+ Server address), ED10 for each trading partner (ie: one record for each transaction set - so as an example 850CARDINAL, 810CARDINAL, 856CARDINAL - with each representing an ED10 record) and lastly ED40 setup to map inbound and/or outbound data for each Trading Partner.

    Once configured - it is on to ED501/ED502 and the each individual input / output job from Lawson - so PO122 for outbound PO, or MA540 for inbound invoice etc.

    ED40 is probably the trickiest part of the whole deal and that is where most people run into issues for one reason or another - I'll send you my GHX doc when I get back to the hotel tonight.

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    11/29/2017 7:57 AM
    I am receiving an error on an 850 Outbound set up in Lawson feeding GHX. Error Trading Partner not Found. DB ERROR getting trading partner record. I have ED10, ED40 set up with Envelope information that GHX provided. Has anyone encountered this type of error? Any thoughts are appreciated!
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    11/29/2017 9:27 AM
    Simple question, have you set up the Vendor in question with GHX? Every Vendor you want to 'board' with must be requested and approved via GHX.
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    11/29/2017 12:13 PM
    If your getting that error in the ED501 then there should be more information in the ED501 log file, but it sounds like the EDI number that it's getting from the PO10 or PO10.2 setup is not matching up to an ED10 EDI number.
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    11/29/2017 1:19 PM
    Attached is my Lawson with GHX documentation.  I agree with Stephanie.  For "trading partner not found" you would go to the PO that failed and look at the EDI Number - there's likely a typo or a space.  Then it's on PO10.2 (or 10.1 if there's no purch from used.)
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    12/04/2017 9:41 AM

    Best approach when adding a vendor to EDI is to test with the vendor all applicable EDI processes (850,855, 856, 810, etc...). This should ID any setup issues both on your end and the vendor's systems. Working with your GHX rep should make this doable... 

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