EDI 860 Mapping Notes (Segments REF, FOB, CSH)
EDI 860 Mapping Notes for Family Dollar transaction specification were already given in our previous post. Today we continue to present some more particular EDI 860 Mapping Notes and comments. Guidelines for segments REF, FOB, CSH are given further.
REF Reference Identification
- R0203 – At least one of REF02, REF03 is required
- REF04 contains data relating to the value cited in REF02.
FOB F.O.B. Related Instructions
- C0302 – If FOB03 is present, then all of FOB02 are required
- C0405 – If FOB04 is present, then all of FOB05 are required
- C0706 – If FOB07 is present, then all of FOB06 are required
- C0809 – If FOB08 is present, then all of FOB09 are required
- FOB01 indicates which party will pay the carrier.
- FOB02 is the code specifying transportation responsibility location.
- FOB06 is the code specifying the title passage location.
- FOB08 is the code specifying the point at which the risk of loss transfers. This may be different than the location specified in FOB02/FOB03 and FOB06/FOB07.
CSH Sales Requirements
- C0203 – If CSH02 is present, then all of CSH03 are required
- P0607 – If either CSH06,CSH07 is present, then all are required
- P0910 – If either CSH09,CSH10 is present, then all are required
- CSH03 is the maximum monetary amount value which the order must not exceed.
- CSH04 is the account number to which the purchase amount is charged.
- CSH05 is the date specified by the sender to be shown on the invoice.
- CSH06 identifies the source of the code value in CSH07.
EDI 860 Purchase Order Change Requesttransaction set can be used to provide the information required for the customary and established business and industry practice relative to a purchase order change. EDI 860 Purchase Order Change Request transaction can be used: (1) by a buyer to request a change to a previously submitted purchase order or (2) by a buyer to confirm acceptance of a purchase order change initiated by the seller or by mutual agreement of the two parties.