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Using Ramp EDI Tool

Using Ramp EDI Tool

Using Ramp EDI Tool

I noticed that there is not too many information posted on EDI Ramp tool, since I have been using Ramp for almost 3 years, I will try to post a new function of Ramp every week.

Introduction to Ramp

[indent]I have created a website: http://ramptrainingcurriculum.weebly.com/ which will explain what Ramp tool is and includes an introductory class on Ramp. Here is the first of many post on Ramp EDI Tool:
Use of Extensions in Ramp
Extensions are used to perform a SQL, or a call to a stored procedure outside of mapping.
You can pass a file name to a database table where you can map that value to a document.
Main Tab
First you would create the extension using the "Extension" Component
Then use Type "SQL Statement Execution"
Type in SQL command to insert the file name into the table:
Choose Database resource
Extension Parameters
Position Parameter Name SourceType Data Type Source Object Source Property Parameter Value Mask
1 FileName Document Property String File Name
2 QTY Flat File Message String Inbound-Qty N/A
3 PRODCD Flat File Message String Inbound-ProdCD N/A
4 InvLevel2 Flat File Message String Inbound-InvLevel2 N/A
note: The VALUES (?,?,?,?) match up with the Parameter Name

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