B2Bi - EDI User Guide

This post acts as a guideline to use Adeptia Suite’s Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Accelerator for exchanging documents between trading partners. It covers a step-by-step explanation and allows partners to establish relationships for seamlessly sending and receiving documents using the Adeptia EDI Accelerator.

About EDI Accelerator

If two business entities need to exchange EDI data, they can seamlessly do it using the EDI Accelerator. These entities are referred to as Trading Partners of each other.
The EDI Accelerator enables you to configure new trading partners quickly via an easy-to-use interface. By using this interface you can setup inbound and outbound relationships with each trading partner in order to quickly respond to different EDI messages. For each trading partner, you can setup number of translation rules to process different incoming EDI messages and also to create the outbound EDI messages.
When EDI Accelerator receives data from one trading partner, you need to create an inbound relationship, wherein, it receives data from that trading partner and then processes it. In order to send data to the other trading partner, you need to create an outbound relationship, wherein, it receives data stored in the file system, processes it into a format compatible to the other trading partner and then sends it to that trading partner.


Find the full EDI user guide here

- https://adeptia.com/b2b-integration-accelerator-guide

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