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Nachricht INVRPT: D

NameINVRPT
VersionD
Release18B
BeschreibungInventory report message

Elemente

SegmentEbeneBeschreibungOpt/Mand.
UNH0A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. The message type code for the Inventory report message is INVRPT. Note: Inventory report messages conforming to this document must contain the following data in segment UNH, composite S009: Data element 0065 INVRPT D B UNMandatory
BGM0A segment for unique identification of the Inventory Report document, name and its number.Mandatory
FTX0A segment enabling the specification of coded information or free text information relevant to the whole message. In computer to computer exchange such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.Optional
DTM0Date/time/period related to the whole message. The segment must be specified at least once to identify the date at which the inventory report was issued.Mandatory
SG10SG1Mandatory
RFF1A segment for referencing documents relating to the whole inventory report message, e.g., a contract, dispatch advice number, etc.Mandatory
DTM1Date/time/period as applied to the referred document.Optional
SG20SG2Optional
NAD1A segment for identifying names and addresses and their functions relevant for the whole Inventory Report. Indications of the parties involved is recommended for the Inventory Report message. They are to be given in the NAD segment. It is recommended that where possible only the coded form of the party ID should be specified.Mandatory
LOC1A segment giving more specific location information in addition to the address specified in the NAD segment.Optional
SG31SG3Optional
RFF2A segment for referencing documents and other numbers pertinent to the party identified in the NAD segment.Mandatory
DTM2Date/time/period as applied to the referred document.Optional
SG41SG4Optional
CTA2A segment to identify person, function, department, to whom communications should be directed.Mandatory
COM2Identifying communication types and numbers for the entities specified in CTA, e.g., FAX, TELEX, telephone, etc.Optional
SG50SG5Optional
CUX1A segment specifying currencies, and, if required, rates of exchange for the whole message, e.g., evaluation currency.Mandatory
DTM1Date/time/period as applied to the currencies.Optional
SG60SG6Optional
CPS1A segment identifying the sequence in which packing has been done, e.g. handling unit (pallet), package (box).Mandatory
SG71SG7Mandatory
PAC2A segment specifying the number and type of packages. DE7224, number of packages must not be used.Mandatory
PCI2A segment specifying markings and labels used on individual physical units (packages) described in the PAC Segment.Optional
SG82SG8Optional
QTY3A segment to provide quantity information suitably qualified for the packages referred to in the PAC Segment, e.g., opening quantity, closing quantity, adjustment quantity. This quantity segment may contain any number of packages.Mandatory
GIN3A segment to provide serial-, batch-, label- or packaging number. These may be simple numbers or ranges of numbers.Optional
DTM3Date/time period relevant to the package, e.g. production date, expiration date, etc.Optional
SG90SG9Optional
LIN1A segment identifying a specific line item in the inventory report. All other segments in the detail section refer to the line item.Mandatory
PIA1A segment to allow the transmission of additional product identification.Optional
IMD1A segment for describing the item.Optional
NAD1A segment enabling the specification of the manufacturer of a line item.Optional
MEA1A segment specifying physical measurements of the inventory item, either in original or packaged form.Optional
ALI1A segment indicating that the line item is subject to special conditions due to origin custom preference or commercial factors.Optional
LOC1A segment indicating details regarding specific place or location of the specified line item.Optional
DTM1Date/time/period as applied to the line item.Optional
FTX1A segment enabling the specification coded or free text information relevant to a line item. In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.Optional
SG101SG10Optional
RFF2A segment for referencing documents and other numbers pertinent to the line item.Mandatory
DTM2Date/time/period as applied to the referred document.Optional
SG111SG11Optional
CTA2A segment to identify person, function, department, to whom communications should be directed.Mandatory
COM2Identifying communication types and numbers for the entities specified in CTA, e.g., FAX, TELEX, telephone, etc.Optional
SG121SG12Optional
INV2A segment to provide all the parameters required for an inventory activity report, e.g. the reason for an inventory movement, the direction of an inventory movement, etc.Mandatory
QTY2A segment to provide a quantity information suitably qualified, for the product referred to by the LIN segment, e.g. opening balance quantity, closing balance quantity, inventory movement quantity, etc.Mandatory
GIN2A segment to provide specific serial, batch or packaging numbers to which the specific quantity relates. These may be single numbers or ranges of numbers.Optional
LOC2A segment indicating details regarding specific place or location of the quantity referred to in QTY.Optional
DTM2Date/time/period as applied to the quantity.Optional
STS2A segment giving transport status report, e.g., damaged, customs refusal and totally missing.Optional
FTX2A segment enabling the specification of coded or free text information relevant to a specific inventory movement. In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.Optional
SG132SG13Optional
NAD3A segment to identify the owner of the stock.Mandatory
LOC3To identify a country/place/location/related location one/related location two.Optional
SG142SG14Optional
PRI3A segment to provide the price/cost/value, suitable qualified.Mandatory
CUX3A segment specifying currencies, and if required, rates of exchange, e.g., evaluation currency.Optional
DTM3Date/time/period as applied to the currencies.Optional
SG152SG15Optional
RFF3A segment for referencing documents and other numbers pertinent to the quantity.Mandatory
DTM3Date/time/period as applied to the referred document.Optional
SG162SG16Optional
CPS3A segment identifying the sequence in which packing has been done, e.g., handling unit (pallet), package (box).Mandatory
SG173SG17Mandatory
PAC4A segment specifying the number and type of packages (physical units and the physical type of packaging).Mandatory
MEA4A segment specifying physical measurement of packages / physical units described in the PAC segment.Optional
QTY4A segment to specify the quantity per package described in the PAC segment.Optional
SG184SG18Optional
PCI5A segment specifying markings and / or labels used on individual physical units (packages) described in the PAC segment.Mandatory
RFF5A segment for referencing the package identification e.g. master label number.Optional
DTM5Date/time/period relevant to the package, e.g., production date, expiration date, etc.Optional
GIN5A segment to provide serial, batch, label or packaging number. These may be simple numbers or ranges of numbers.Optional
SG195SG19Optional
GIR6A segment to specify a set of related identifications specific to a package.Mandatory
DTM6A segment to give specific dates for the package, e.g. production date, etc.Optional
UNT0A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message (including the UNH & UNT) and the control reference number of the message.Mandatory