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EDI Orders - OPEA AU

EDI Orders - OPEA AU

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EDI Orders - OPEA AU

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OPEA is an organisation in Australia for creating standards for the Power Equipment industries. Suppliers include: BYNORM, Suzuki, Kawasaki

Setting up

In Evopos, select Contacts, select the contact record for the Supplier on the Purchase order.

Then select the ‘Purchase’ tab

Set the Account number in a specific format

OPEAXXXX99999999  ?????????? where XXXX is the first 4 digits of the make, 9999999999 is the Account No (Padded to 10 digits), and ?????????? is the passcode (If required - Padded to 10 digits)

 

You can also set your default order Type eg: Stock or Emergency. You can change when producing the Purchase Order.

Creating and Sending the Purchase Order EDI File

Create the Purchase order in Evopos as normal

Before you save confirm the Order Type eg: Stock or Emergency (You can set the default in Contacts / Purchases (as above))

Select Save. If the setting up was done correctly (as above) then the default option on the Purchase Order Print screen should be ‘Send to File’ and the correct format selected.

When you select Ok the file should be created

Special Notes:

BYNORM - Evopos will automatically insert a dash after the 4th digit of the part number

SUZUKI - Evopos will automatically reformat the part number by first removing the dashes. If 14 digits long - if the last 4 digits are 0000 it will put the first 5 digits, then a dash then the next 5 digits, else if the last digit is 0 it will put the first 5 digits, then a dash then the next 5 digits, then a dash and the last 3 digits. If the number is more than 10 digits long - if the last 3 digits are 000 it will put the first 5 digits, then a dash then the next 5 digits, else it will put the first 5 digits, then a dash then the next 5 digits, then a dash and the last 3 digits. If the number is 10 digits long it will just put a dash between in-between the 5th and 6th digit.