Asynchronous transmission

Asynchronous transmission definition for electronic data interchange usage Asynchronous transmission in electronic data interchange (EDI) is a method of sending and receiving digital data where each character or data byte is individually transmitted and synchronized by the use of start and stop bits. In asynchronous transmission, data is sent in a non-continuous, irregular manner, without Read More →

EDI Guidelines

Why it is necessary to create EDI Guidelines for partners? Creating partner guidelines for working with electronic data interchange (EDI) is crucial for ensuring smooth and efficient business-to-business communication and data exchange.┬áLet’s discuss┬ásome reasons why partner guidelines are necessary: Standardization: Partner guidelines establish a common set of standards and protocols for data exchange. They ensure Read More →

CUSRES

SARS EDI Transactions: CUSRES (used in conjunction with CUSDEC (IMPORTS/EXPORTS) Once the CUSDEC message has passed translation successfully, it is mapped to the internal file format and passed on to the import / export system. There are various instances where a CUSRES (Customs Response) message could be created. These are: A CUSRES is generated denoting Read More →

EDI training

SARS EDI Transactions: CUSDEC (CUSTOMS DECLARATION) A CUSDEC (Customs Declaration) message must be received by customs for each declaration. This information will be received centrally at the SARS EDI facility at HeadOffice. Once received, the data is automatically translated to ensure the information received conforms to the UN/EDIFACT syntax rules. Once this is established, a Read More →