Manually Create TEI Transfer with Event and Manage Created TEI Transfers

This document explains how you manually create a TEI transfer based on an event and how you manage the created TEI transfers.

Outcome

A TEI transfer based on an event is created. The following data in M3 is updated:

You can create, display and change TEI transfers. You can also send the transfers manually to a Transportation Execution System (TES). This triggers the transfer from M3 Business Messages to Infor Enterprise Collaborator.

Before you start

Settings must be defined according to Settings for Transportation Execution Interface (TEI).

Follow these steps

Manually create a TEI Transfer based on an event

  1. Start 'TEI Transfer. Open' (MYS500). Open the A panel.

  2. Select option 1=Create.

    Do not fill in a transfer ID. It will later be retrieved automatically from a number series.

  3. Select the TEI partner, document number, document variant, and event.

  4. Press Enter twice to confirm. The E panel is opened

  5. Continue with the following step.

Manage TEI Transfer - Header

  1. Start 'TEI Transfer. Open' (MYS500/B).

    • Sorting orders:

      TEI transfer ID - is used when a specific TEI transfer ID is known.

      Entry date - is used to track a specific TEI transfer that was generated on a specific date at a specific time.

      Event – is used to track a specific TEI transfer that was generated from a specific event and event key.

      Report version - is used to track a specific TEI transfer that was manually generated from a specific report on a specific date and at a specific time (MYS510).

    • The message direction must be O (Outbound) I (Inbound) is not currently available.
    • The direction can be 1 (Outbound delivery) or 2 (Inbound delivery).
    • The status indicates the status of the TEI transaction header.

      The valid alternatives are:

      00 = Manually created TEI header without details.

      05 = Temporary status during the creation of the TEI header.

      10 = TEI transaction is created but not sent to IEC. This status is set automatically.

      11 = TEI transaction sent to IEC but not processed. This status is set automatically.

      15 = IEC started to process the TEI transfer. This status is set by IEC.

      19 = IEC completed processing but with errors. This status is set by IEC.

      20 = IEC completed processing. This status is set by IEC.

      90 = Transaction is closed for further processing. This status is set manually.

  2. The E panel:

    • The TEI partner is defined in (MYS015).
    • Event - If the TEI transfer is created from an event, this is retrieved from (CRS019). The events are predefined. If the TEI transfer is created manually in (MYS510), this field is empty.
    • Event key1/2/3 – See the field help for possible alternatives, depending on the event. If the TEI transfer is created manually in (MYS510), this field is empty.
    • Export/Import indicates if the TEI transfer header and if each TEI detail includes export or import deliveries/purchase orders.

      The valid alternatives are:

      For TEI header:

      0 = Not decided. This can only occur during the creation of the TEI header or if the nature of the transfer cannot be decided.

      1 = Domestic. Only domestic details are connected to this header.

      2 = Export. Only export details are connected to this header.

      3 = Import. Only import details are connected to this header.

      4 = Export and domestic. Both export and domestic details are connected to this header.

      5 = Import and domestic. Both import and domestic details are connected to this header.

      For TEI details:

      1 = Domestic. Only domestic details are connected.

      2 = Export. Only export details are connected.

      3 = Import. Only import details are connected.

  3. The F and G panels are only for information and are not editable.

Manage TEI Transfer – Details

'TEI Transfer. Open Details' (MYS501) is mainly used to display the details that were involved when a TEI transfer was created and sent to an external TES. It is also used to change or add existing TEI transfer details before you send the TEI transfer to the TES.

  1. Start 'TEI Transfer. Open Details' (MYS501) by selecting option 11=Details on the (MYS500/B) panel.

  2. The content of the 'Object 1,2,3' and 'Data 1,2,3' fields depends on the event or the type of report version. See the table below.

    Report version type (MYS510)

    Event

    Type of detail

    Object 1

    Object 2

    Object 3

     

    Release_Pick

    PANR

    DLIX (Delivery no)

    PANR (Package number)

     
     

    Delivery_Closed

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    Shipment_Closed

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    Delivery_Issued

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    Shipment_Issued

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    Delivery_Inv

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    Shipment_Inv

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    DO_Goods_Rec

    IDLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    PO_Goods_Rec

    REPN

    REPN

       
     

    Manual_Ship

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    Manual_Del

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       
     

    Manual_Package

    PANR

    DLIX (Delivery no)

    PANR (Package no)

     

    *RPTP=1 (Outbound) or =3 (Inbound DO)

     

    DLIX

    DLIX (Delivery no)

       

    *RPTP=2 (Inbound)

     

    PUNO

    PUNO

    PNLI

    PNLS

Trigger the sending of a TEI Transfer

Redisplay (MYS500/B). Select option 9 = Send TEI transfer. This option will send a created TEI transfer to the external system.

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