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There are many possibilities for integrating EDI subsystems

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an integrated suite of applications comprising comprehensive enterprise resource planning software programs (ERP). A variety of possibilities are on offer for EDI integration of JD Edwards systems. In current versions, as a standard feature, JD Edwards offers the option of using XML interfaces that can be freely configured to integrate EDI subsystems. In practice, the configuration of these XML interfaces is, however, partly connected with considerable service expenses. Against this backdrop, many JD Edwards users use ASCII interfaces that are easy to configure and that can usually be ported from the previous versions. These ASCII interfaces ultimately offer a possibility that is appropriate for data interchange by XML container, of initiating the business process-oriented data interchange using EDI interfaces.

The most important EDI interfaces from and to JD Edwards are:

(customer side)

  • rcv PRICAT: to get product master data from the ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • snd DELFOR: to deliver the supplier note in ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • snd ORDERS: to deliver order data in ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • rcv ORDRSP: to receive the order confirmation from the ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • snd ORDCHG: to deliver order modifications in ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • rcv DESADV: to receive the delivery notices from the ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • rcv INVOIC: to receive the invoice data from the ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • snd RECADV: to deliver the inbound goods notifications in ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • rcv QALITY: to receive the product-related test results from the ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables

(supplier side)

  • rcv ORDERS: to deliver the order data from the ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
  • snd DESADV: to deliver the supplier notifications in ASCII or XML format or to directly populate the JDE database tables
Less complexity by means of direct database access

An additional alternative lies in the option of dealing with the relevant JD Edwards database tables natively by direct database access (normally on Oracle and MS SQL) in order to avoid complexity in interface configuration.

Softzoll, a partner for the ERP systems of Oracle JDE

Our partner, Steltix, is a top-quality, European supplier of customer-focused IT-based solution on the basis of JD Edwards. Steltix offers sector-specific solutions, implementation services, and support based on Oracle applications and technology.

Together with Steltix, several successful EDI projects for JD Edwards users in the automotive, food, and semiconductor technology sectors have already been implemented.

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