This EDI message includes all data of a shipment. The briefest version of this EDI message only contains information about who sends the package, who receives it, at what time and for each product line there is a product code usually in EAN GTIN form and a number. The extended version, which is currently increasing in popularity, contains information per pallet, including SSCC codes, a list of all products on the pallet with corresponding expiration dates and batch codes, not forgetting and also very interesting, the packaging numbers. The message is usually sent from a manufacturer supplier to a customer client, retailer.

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SCOPE 1. It is based on universal practice related to administration, commerce and transport, and is not dependent on the type of business or industry. The message relates to one seller and one buyer or their respective agents. The message relates to a single despatch point and single or multiple destination points. It may cover a number of different items or packages. It allows the recipient to: - know when the material has been despatched or will be ready for despatch - have the precise details of the consignment - take initial steps towards Customs clearance in the case of international consignments - enable matching between despatched goods and the following invoice.

Periods should be specified as whole numbers representing the required period as indicated in the format qualifier weeks, months, etc. Where a choice of code or text is given only the code element should be used.

Conditional data that is not required in the message should be omitted. Care must be taken that the segment qualifier in dependent segments does not conflict with the segment qualifier of the trigger segment of a group. Free text information within the message should be avoided as this inhibits automatic processing.

Identification of the parties involved is recommended for the Despatch Advice message, and is to be given in the NAD segment. It is recommended that where possible, only the coded form of the party ID should be specified, e. The consignee or delivery address may vary and would have to be clearly specified, preferably in structured format.

In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually. This segment group provides the capability to give the hierarchical packing relationships. The group defines a logical top-down order structure. The lowest level package information of the hierarchy is followed by the detail product information. This group needs to be repeated for the ingredients as relevant. All other segments in the detail section following the LIN segment refer to that line item.

This segment should be used for products that cannot be identified by a product code or article number. It is recommended that where possible only the coded form of the party ID should be specified, e.

If goods are unpacked, their quantity would be given in the following QTY segment.


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If present, it specifies the special characters that are to be used to interpret the remainder of the message. The component data element separator and data element separator are the "first level" and "second level" separators of data elements within a message segment. Trailing empty or null data elements and their leading separators are omitted to reduce message size. The decimal mark is used to separate the integer from the fractional part of non-integer numbers. The optional nature of the UNA segment and the initial choice of the comma "," as the default decimal mark provide a source of common confusion. Versions 1 through 3 of the ISO syntax rules specify the comma as the default; version 4 states that the decimal mark position in the UNA segment is to be ignored and that the comma and the dot ".


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