Re: [IUG] acquisitions invoice question.
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- Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2010 14:21:24 -0400
- From: "Rick C. Mason" <rmason2 at capital dot edu>
- Subject: Re: [IUG] acquisitions invoice question.
Something you might want to consider would be getting the free Softshare EDI Notepad program:
and use it to break the edi file into two separate files. I haven't used the program for this purpose, but from what I can see you could at least make two copies of the file (or more, if there are over 1,000 lines) then use the program to delete the line items from the first part of one file, then the line items from the second part of the other file. You should then be able to upload the two edi files separately. This would get all your items received at the right dollar amounts, as well.
We don't use EDI invoicing (just ordering) so I am not sure what Millennium checks for as far as duplicates. For instance, I see a Reference Number and a Control Number in one of our order files, either of which could be checked by Millennium. The invoice number might cause a problem, as well. You could add an "a" or an additional digit to the end of whatever number is blocking your second file, I suppose.
Hope this helps!
Rick C. Mason
p 614-236-6353 | f 614-236-6490
1 College and Main
Columbus, Ohio 43209
From: innopac-bounces at innovativeusers dot org [mailto:innopac-bounces at innovativeusers dot org] On Behalf Of amy shipley
Sent: Thursday, September 02, 2010 11:53 AM
To: innopac at innovativeusers dot org
Subject: Re: [IUG] acquisitions invoice question.
Sorry, I wasn't clear. I have EDI invoicing set up with the vendor, but
Millennium doesn't accept invoices over 500 lines. The EDI invoices I was
sent were over 500 lines and therefore cannot be processed in Millennium. I
don't want to hand enter them and am looking for a workaround.
thanks for your help
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