The Despatch Advice message is a message from a Gnotec supplier to Gnotec giving details of the goods being shipped by the supplier. The DESADV message . Message specification for EDIFACT DA DESADV, despatch advice message. DESADV UN D96A . message type code for the Despatch advice message is DESADV. The UNT segment is a mandatory UN/EDIFACT segment. It must.
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A segment indicating the terms of delivery and transfer for the whole despatch advice. A segment indicating that the line item is subject to special conditions due to origin, customs preference, or commercial factors. A segment providing sets of related identification numbers for a line item, e. A service segment ending a message, giving the total number of segments in the message and the control reference number of the message.
A segment with free text information in coded or clear form to give further clarification, when required, to the line item. All other segments in the detail section following the LIN segment refer to that line item. A segment for referencing documents relating to the whole despatch advice message, e.
A segment specifying physical measurements of equipment described in the EQD segment. Organisations are invited to trial this message. The desavv defines a logical top-down order structure. A group of segments providing information on hazardous goods and handling. A segment to identify the person, function or department to whom communication should be directed.
DESADV (EAN) S3; – Edition ; GS1 – Segment PAC
A segment identifying the sequence in which packing of the consignment occurs, e. A segment specifying the percentage of utilization of the capacity of the means of transport.
It is based on universal commercial practice and is not dependent on the type of business or industry. A segment edifaxt a seal number connected to a specific equipment named in the EQD. In computer to computer exchanges such text will normally require the receiver to process this segment manually.
A segment identifying equipment either attached to the equipment described in the EQD segment above, or equipment related to that described in the EQD segment, and which is further defined in a subsequent EQD segment. A segment to specify the quantity of unpacked goods being placed in a specific equipment. A segment indicating locations relevant to the transport specified in the TDT segment. A segment giving monetary amounts required by the consignee to undertake customs clearance procedures.
A segment specifying the carriage, and the mode and means of transport of the goods being despatched. A group of segments giving references relevant only to the specified party eddifact than the whole message.
Despatch advice message
A segment indicating locations relevant to the TOD segment. A segment providing set of package identification related numbers, e. A segment to specify the placement of goods in relation to one equipment. A group of segments identifying packaging, physical dimensions, marks and numbers, quantities, date and time information, handling information and information about packing at this level.
The lowest level package information of the hierarchy is followed by the detail product information. A segment providing information on required handling and notification of hazardous materials in the specified package. A segment to specify the quantity per package described in the PAC segment.
A segment by which control totals may be provided by sender for checking by the receiver.
A group of segments to identify the people, functions, departments and appropriate numbers to esifact communication should be directed. A segment to define fixed information regarding equipment used in conjunction with the whole despatch advice, and if required, to indicate responsibility for supply of the equipment. This segment group provides the capability to give the hierarchical packing relationships. Free text information within the message should be avoided as this inhibits automatic processing.
The following guidelines and principles apply to the whole message and are intended to facilitate the understanding and implementation of the message:. A segment identifying a specific location to which products will be delivered. A segment providing date, time information related to the line item, e. A group of segments giving location information and where relevant, additional addresses, date and time, and quantities.
A segment to identify any limitation on delivery of goods, e.
A segment for identifying names, addresses, and their functions relevant to the whole Despatch Advice. A segment specifying marking and labels used on individual packages or a range of packages. Care must be taken that the segment qualifier in dependent segments does not conflict with the segment qualifier of the trigger segment of a group. If goods are unpacked, their quantity would be given in the following QTY segment. A segment providing information on handling and notification of hazardous materials.
A segment with free text information in coded or clear form to give further clarification, when required, for hazardous materials. A group of segments providing information on hazardous goods and their handling. A segment for referencing the package identification e.
A segment providing information on handling and notification of hazardous materials in the specified equipment. A segment to identify any limitation on delivery of goods e.
A service segment starting and uniquely identifying a message. It may cover a number of different items or packages.
UN/EDIFACT DA – Message [DESADV]
This message also occurs in the following versions of this standard: A group of segments identifying names, addresses, locations, and required supporting documents relevant to the whole Despatch Advice. A segment for referencing documents relating to the party specified by the NAD segment.
This segment should be used for products that cannot be identified by a product code or article number. A segment providing identity numbers of ediifact goods being despatched, e.