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OIC May 21 Release – B2B support for UN EDIFACT Part 2 by Niall Commiskey

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This post covers the creation of the “missing” backend integration from the previous post.

I discussed the auto-generation of the send/receive integrations in the previous post. What I now need to do is create a backend integration for processing my EDFACT Order. That integration will create a Sales Order in Netsuite. It will then be called from the scope below.

Create the Backend Integration

To recap, the “receive” integration has done the formal AS2 and EDIFACT checks – nothing else. The backend integration will do the actual fetch/translate of the document so that OIC can process it further. The basic backend integration flow is as follows – read the complete article here.

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