Select this option to determine whether you can adjust the demand by modifying either the quantity that you have shipped (also known as ahead amount) or the quantity that you must ship (also known as behind amount) in relation to the customer's requirements. If you activate this option, then you can adjust the demand before you create the sales order.
The Authorization to Meet Competition Number is transmitted and extracted for the ASN.
Enter an alphanumeric code that identifies a separate entity within a business for which you want to track costs. For example, a business unit might be a warehouse location, job, project, work center, branch, or plant.
Enter a unique number assigned by the company to identify a particular contract.
A contract is defined as a legally enforceable promise and must include these factors: an offer, an acceptance, consideration, legality of subject matter, capacity of parties to execute, and more. You may want to assign some significance to the contract number (such as. a contract type code, state, year, and so forth). A contract may have multiple supplements (field GSUP) to record addenda or changes.
The Delivery Batch Number identifies items that are required to be packaged. It is not returned on the ASN or the MPL; although, it is on the delivery batch label.
Enter a code that specifies whether the demand is firm or planned. The demand type determines how the system processes demand.
A number that identifies the initial production part (IPP) tag being returned on an advance ship notice (ASN). Companies typically use the IPP tag to indicate that a new part is being shipped because of an engineering change, a new supplier, and so on. The tag number is generated outside the supplier's system and input for the ASN preferably through scanning. The supplier associates the IPP tag with the serial number for a specific carton and attaches the tag to the first shipment of changed parts.
A code that identifies the reason associated with an initial production part (IPP) tag being returned on an advance ship notice (ASN). Companies typically use the IPP tag to indicate that a new part is being shipped because of an engineering change, a new supplier, and so on.
The qualifier for Item Revision Levels as follows:
EC - Delta - Supplier must ship to this level
BE - Latest revision on books, ship this or newer (GPCS)
The lot number or job number that represents a group of sequence numbers and which uniquely identifies a job. The system uses the job number for production sequencing.
The sequence number sent in from the OEM and that the system uses for production sequencing. Production sequencing is the process of indicating the order in which goods are unloaded from the truck.
The line number that you assign when originating an EDI transaction. This number can represent an order line number (applicable for any order type), an invoice pay item, a journal entry line number, and so forth.
The date most of the OEM vehicles are expected to be produced. The off line date determines the first part of the rotation number or sequence number.
Select this option to indicate whether a record has been successfully processed. Depending on the program, the system updates the EDSP field in a table with one of these values:
Blank: The record has not been processed.
1: The record has been successfully processed. To run the EDI Inbound Demand Edit/Update batch program (R47171), you must specify 1.
The number that identifies the batch or interactive program (batch or interactive object). For example, the number of the Sales Order Entry interactive program is P4210, and the number of the Print Invoices batch process report is R42565.
The program ID is a variable length value. It is assigned according to a structured syntax in the form TSSXXX, where:
T: The first character of the number is alphabetic and identifies the type, such as P for Program, R for Report, and so forth. For example, the value P in the number P4210 indicates that the object is a program.
SS: The second and third characters of the number are numeric and identify the system code. For example, the value 42 in the number P4210 indicates that this program belongs to system 42, which is Sales Order Processing.
XXX: The remaining characters of the number are numeric and identify a unique program or report. For example, the value 10 in the number P4210 indicates the Sales Order Entry program.
Enter a code that might represent a DON (Delivery Order Number), RAN (Release Accounting Number), or KANBAN number to trigger replenishment of material. Some customers use pull-based manufacturing practices to signal line-side replenishment of material.
Enter an identifier that assigns the relative position within the header or detail information of an EDI transaction (for example, H01, H02, D01, and so forth).
Enter a code from the EDI transaction set/message that indicates the type of demand being received. The requirement type is typically defined through OEM requirement type of firm or plan.
Enter a code that represents a sequence of points at which goods are collected on the assembly line.
The suffix from the EDI transaction set/message that identifies the sequence of points where goods are collected.
The routing date is transmitted for eKanban orders and populated to the third-party data collection vendor and printed on the UCC/B10 label.
The routing order sequence number is transmitted for eKanban orders and populated to the third-party data collection vendor and printed on the UCC/B10 label.
The routing time is transmitted for eKanban orders and populated to the third-party data collection vendor and printed on the UCC/B10 label.
Enter an indicator that identifies a specific transaction set can be sent, received, or both. Values are:
Enter a user-defined name or number that identifies an address book record. You can use this field to enter and locate information. If you enter a value other than the address book number (AN8), such as the long address or tax ID, you must precede it with the special character that is defined in the Address Book constants. When the system locates the record, it returns the address book number into the field.
Enter a qualifier that the system uses to identify a specific type of EDI transaction.