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EDI File formats EANCOM2002 and UN 96A are same??

Hello Evyone,

The partner system wants the DESADV EDI file in EANCOM2002 format.

Iam having the XSD's for for the following formats.

DESADV_UN_D96A

DESADV_UN_D97A

DESADV_UN_D97B

DESADV_UN_D99B.

Does any of the above formats is equal to EANCOM2002??

PS: If i use any of the above XSD and the seeburger mapping name as "See_X2E_DESADV_UN_D96A".

Will it reach to partner system in EANCOM2002 format.

Let me know if it works??

Thanks & Regards

Seema.

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 05:37 AM

    Hi Seema,

    As far as I know Both EDIFACT and EANCOM are having the same strucutre, only difference is they are represented by UN for EDIFACT and EAN for EANCOM in mapping or strucutre.

    I think u can use it but just give a try.

    Thnx

    Chirag

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      But when it goes live..we are going to replace it with AS2 adpter. Iam worrying of it may fail at the partner system because of wrong format??

      Any idea any impact will happen??

      I dont hav much idea on that but u can give a try or why dont u ask a structure for EANCOM form seeburger people or raise the same concern to them.

      Thnx

      Chirag

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 06:39 AM

    Yes .. we can use the same.

    Its nothing but subset of UN/EDIFACT D01B

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