Friday, March 16, 2007

EDI Configuration guide

EDI Configuration guide

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is about doing business and carrying out transactions with your trading partners electronically.EDI covers most things that are traditionally done using paper-based communication, for example placing orders with suppliers and carrying out financial transactions.

EDI is described as the interchange of structured data according to agreed message standards between computer systems, by electronic means. Structured data equates to a simple and direct method of presenting the data content of a document, be it an invoice, a sales order, or any other document type. The method of ensuring the correct interpretation of the information by the computer system is defined by the EDI standard.

Recognizing the value of EDI as a key business enabler early on, SAP has provided support for EDI since R/3 Release 2.2x and continues to enhance its solution.

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