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EDI Invoices & MIMS

EDI Invoices & MIMS

EDI Invoices & MIMS

Is anyone posting EDI invoices into MIMS? I have some questions on what programming was required and how you handle new discounting.

RE: EDI Invoices & MIMS

Does MIMS 3.013s do EDI invoices.

RE: EDI Invoices & MIMS

I haven't actually done this....
The closest I got was an EXPECT script that automated TP_TSERV (somewhat like MINT!!!) that loaded invoices directly into MSM26xxxx.... Butthat was years ago (3.10)

I am interested in what you find out but!!!!

RE: EDI Invoices & MIMS

I do have the basic logic to permit EDI invoices for goods invoices. Using the ERS modifications that we needed, Cyprus has a pretty close match to the requirements for EDI. It sure would increase my confidence if I could talk to some one who had gone this route though.

I realy want to bring this topic up at the September get-to-gether. Anyone else interested in this topic??

Glen Colbert

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