The EDI 830 Forecast Planning Schedule Transaction SetOfficial Definition:
ANSI X12 830
Functional Group Id=PS
Data contents of the Planning Schedule with Release Capability Transaction Set (830) for use within the context of an Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) environment.
The transaction set can be used to provide for customary and established business practice relative to the transfer of forecasting/material release information between organizations. The planning schedule transaction may be used in various ways or in a combination of ways, such as: (1) a simple forecast; (2) a forecast with the buyer's authorization for the seller to commit to resources, such as labor or material; (3) a forecast that is also used as an order release mechanism, containing such elements as resource authorizations, period-to-date cumulative quantities, and specific ship/delivery patterns for requirements that have been represented in "buckets," such as weekly, monthly, or quarterly. The order release forecast may also contain all data related to purchase orders, as required, because the order release capability eliminates the need for discrete generation of purchase orders.
Below you will find two columns of data.
The left side contains a list of trading partners that trade this transaction set. The right side contains their Implementation Guides (IG).
By clicking on one of the trading partners (left side), you will be presented with that trading partners EDI Specifications, their Set Ids and their enveloping.
The IGs (right side) contain a lot more information about this transaction set. They could contain sample data, qualifiers and contact information.
Trading PartnersEDI 830
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