Explaining EDI: 900 Transaction Codes

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Most common 900 transaction codes:

940: Warehouse Shipping Order

  • This transaction set can be used to enable the depositor to advise a warehouse to make a shipment, confirm a shipment, or modify or cancel a previously transmitted shipping order.

943: Warehouse Stock Transfer Shipment Advice

  • The transaction set can be used by a depositor or an agent of the depositor to advise the recipient that a transfer shipment has been made. This transaction set provides a receiving location with detail information concerning product being shipped to that location.

944: Warehouse Stock Transfer Receipt Advice

  • The transaction set can be used by a receiving location to advise a depositor or an agent of the depositor that a transfer shipment can be received. This transaction set provides the depositor or the depositor’s agent with detail information concerning product that has been received.

945: Warehouse Shipping Advice

  • The transaction set can be used by the warehouse to advise the depositor that a shipment was made. It is used to reconcile order quantities with shipment quantities.

946: Delivery Information Message

  • The transaction set can be used by a receiving location to advise a depositor or an agent of the depositor that a transfer shipment has been received. This transaction set provides the depositor or the depositor’s agent with detail information concerning product that has been received.

947: Warehouse Inventory Adjustment Advice

  • The transaction set can be used to inform a warehouse/depositor of a quantity or status change to inventory records. This transaction set provides detail information concerning the internal adjustments which occur between a warehouse and a depositor.

997: Functional Acknowledgment 

  • The transaction set can be used to define the control structures for a set of acknowledgments to indicate the results of the syntactical analysis of the electronically encoded documents. The encoded documents are the transaction sets, which are grouped in functional groups, used in defining transactions for business data interchange. This standard does not cover the semantic meaning of the information encoded in the transaction sets.

Related Reading: 200 Transaction Codes

Full List of 900 Transaction Codes: Supply Chain

EDI 926Claim Status and Tracer Reply
EDI 928Automotive Inspection Detail
EDI 980Functional Group Totals
EDI 990Response to a Load Tender
EDI 998Set Cancellation
EDI 940Warehouse Shipping Order
EDI 943Warehouse Stock Transfer Shipment Advice
EDI 944Warehouse Stock Transfer Receipt Advice
EDI 945Warehouse Shipping Advice
EDI 947Warehouse Inventory Adjustment Advice

Full List of 900 Transaction Codes: Transportation

EDI 920Loss or Damage Claim – Gen. Commodities
EDI 924Loss or Damage Claim – Motor Vehicle
EDI 925Claim Tracer
EDI 926Claim Status Report and Tracer Reply
EDI 928Automotive Inspection Detail
EDI 980Functional Group Totals
EDI 990Response to a Load Tender
EDI 998Set Cancellation

New to EDI? Check out our blog post: What is EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)?

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