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May 24, 2019

EDI Insider Newsletter May 24, 2019

Read this EDI Insider Newsletter for important trading partner updates from Bed Bath & Beyond and Neiman Marcus, Free EDI Retail 102 Guide Download, EDI HQ Tech Tips and more!

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Neiman Marcus EDI Update – West Coast Distribution Changes

Updates to West Coast shipping distribution for Neiman Marcus full line and Neiman Marcus Last Call stores. All West Coast Shipments bound for the Neiman Marcus Group FULL LINE and LAST CALL stores listed in this post will be required to have 7077 as the DC location (N1ST04) on the EDI 856 and all carton labeling beginning August 21, 2019 .

Read the full post for all the important compliance requirements of this Neiman Marcus EDI update!
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Bed Bath & Beyond EDI Update – New Shipping Carrier Routing Matrix

Bed Bath & Beyond has updated the Carrier Routing Matrix which covers Bed Bath & Beyond, buybuy BABY and Harmon and is effective Monday, May 13, 2019 .

Read the full post to learn all the details straight from Bed Bath & Beyond.
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Looking for EDI Information in the Retail, Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), and Grocery Industry? We’ve taken our popular “EDI 101 Guide” and customized it for the Retail, CPG and Grocery industries.   Our New EDI 102 Retail CPG Grocery Guide provides crucial EDI and Transaction Set information.

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Explore these great EDI topics and more!
  • Key Benefits of EDI within the Retail Industry
  • What is Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)?
  • How to Start Utilizing EDI
  • EDI Standards
  • Most Common EDI Transaction Sets (T-Sets) within Retail/CPG/Grocery
  • EDI Process Flow
EDI HQ “How To”?
​Disabling a Process in a Job to Temporarily Stop it from Running

Sometimes processes that have been set up and set into Jobs temporarily need to not be run. One option is to remove the process(es) from your job and later add them back in.

Job for our example:
Maybe the trading partner will be having maintenance done on their SFTP server and has requested that you do not attempt to connect for a certain length of time. You can simply remove the processes from your job and later add them back in in their original positions within the job.
But not all jobs are as small as this example job. Not all processing within a job is so easy to determine where the processes belong. In these circumstances, the best option may be to simply disable the process that needs to not run. The process can be disabled from the context menu and then confirmed.
It can also be disabled within the process setup screen.
Once the time has passed for the process to not be run, the process can be reactivated/reenabled. Then it will again run during the job processing.
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