Config / Data/Buffer Tables / EDI Processing Log

EDI Processing Log

The processing log stores information about EDI Processing Queue entries. The table holds error messages and other information that might help you if you want to know what happened during an EDI process. You usually access the information of this table from the EDI Processing Queue.

This table is intended for technical users of the module. The business transactions are intended as the end-user view. You can use this table to create your custom role center or filtered views on the status of the EDI system.

Fields

Processing Queue Entry No.

The entry no. of the processing queue this entry belongs to.

Line No.

A line number.

Type

The type of the log entry.

Hint

Not used.

Warning

A warning.

Error

An error.

Debug

Debug information.

Description

Used to store the log message.

Description 2

Used to store the log message.

Description 3

Used to store the log message.

Description 4

Used to store the log message.

Code

Code assigned from the mapping or by the system to identify the logging reason.

Status

The current status of the log entry


New

The message is still relevant.

Old

The log entry is from a previous mapping execution.

User ID

The User ID which has created the log entry.

Acceptance Status

Whether an error can be accepted or is already accepted or declined.

Normal log entry.

To Be Accepted

Can be accepted.

Accepted

Is accepted.

Declined

Is declined.

EDI Document Type

Deprecated. Do not use.

EDI Document No.

Deprecated. Do not use.

EDI Document Version No.

Deprecated. Do not use.

EDI Document Line No.

Deprecated. Do not use.

Record ID

The Record ID this message belongs to.

Creation Date/Time

The date/time the log message was created.

Project Code

Used internally only.

Format Code

Used internally only.

Mapping Code

Used internally only.

Mapping Version

Used internally only.

Mapping Line No.

Used internally only.

Record ID 2

Used internally only.

Record Unique ID

Used internally only.

Image

Image field. Always blank in the database. Used for compatibility reasons only.

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