Common EDI Vocabulary
A program of activity to electronically enable a group of business partners to send and receive documents in agreed formats.
The party to whom the EDI message or transaction set is transmitted.
|Receiving Advice Transaction|| |
A transaction set that includes the quantity, description and condition of the product received.
A mechanism whereby relevant repository items, and metadata about them, can be registered so that a pointer to their location, and all their metadata, can be retrieved as a result of a query.
A location or set of distributed locations which hold the data (such as that associated with a product), pointed at by a registry, and from where the data can be retrieved.
Radio Frequency Identification. A technology that allows data held on a microchip to be broadcast using a wireless transmitter. Data from the RFID chip can be read even when the chip is not in line of sight.
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