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-===5.1.3.15. Interface for PMX Advance Shipping Notice ​im-/export===+===5.1.3.15. Interface for PMX Advance Shipping Notice ​importer and exporter===
  
-{{ :​implementation:​confguide:​view:​asn_import.png |Interface fow ANS im-/exporter}}+//​IPmxAdvanceShippingNoticeInterface ​Default (DEASINT)//
  
-//**CSV Custom Header**// \\ +{{ :implementation:​confguide:view:​asn_import.png |Interface fow ANS importer and exporter}}
-The CSV file comes from a supplier and from the file goods that will be received against purchase orders and purchase invoices can be imported to SAP B1 with the help of the [[implementation:​wms:edi_module#​interfacing_tool|Produmex Interfacing Tool]].+
  
-The CSV file needs to contain 14 columns with defined column names (see the table below). In case the supplier ​sets different column names in the header of the CSV file (for example Object Type instead of ObjType, Document Number instead of DocNum, etc.), the Interfacing Tool will not be able to match the columns to the correct meaning ​of the fields. In this case **the header of the CSV file can be overwritten by the //CSV Custom Header//**.+__The CSV file__ \\ 
 +The CSV file is received from a supplier ​and from the file goods that will be received against purchase orders and purchase invoices can be imported ​to SAP B1 with the help of the [[internal:​wms:​edi_module#​interfacing_tool|Produmex Interfacing Tool]].
  
-There is no fixed order in which the columns ​need to be present in the CSV file. In case the supplier lists the columns in an order different from the default order in the //CSV Custom Header// field, you can change the order of the columns in the field+The CSV file must contain 14 columns ​with predefined column names that can be present in any order (see the table below)
  
-While customizing the order of the columns in the //CSV Custom Header// field, make sure that you do not change the column names and do not remove any value from the field.+//**CSV Custom Header**// \\ 
 +If the supplier sets different column names in the header of the CSV file (for example Object Type instead of ObjType, Document Number instead of DocNum, etc.), the Interfacing Tool is not be able to match the columns to the correct fields. In this case the header of the CSV file is overwritten by the //CSV Custom Header//. 
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 +  * If the supplier lists the columns in an order different from the default order in the //CSV Custom Header// field, you can change the order of the columns in the field. 
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 +  * Note: While customizing the order of the columns in the //CSV Custom Header// field, make sure that you do not change the column names and do not remove any value from the field.
  
 ^Column name (case sensitive)^Description^ ^Column name (case sensitive)^Description^
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implementation/wms/interfaceasn.txt · Last modified: 2019/07/23 09:40 by vise