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Identifiers

Identifiers are used to identify the appropriate sender and receiver partners involved in a B2B transaction. For X12 messages, the identifiers in the ISA and GS headers provide valuable information that enables identification of the appropriate flow to be used to process the transaction.

X12 - ISA Identifier Values

Refer to this information specifically for using ISA with X12.

Setting Description

Qualifier

The Qualifier types available with Anypoint Partner Manager are listed here.

Required: Yes

Valid values
  • 01 (DUNS Number)

  • 02 (SCAC - Standard Carrier Alpha Code)

  • 03 (FMC - Federal Maritime Commission)

  • 04 (IATA - International Air Transport Association)

  • 08 (UCC EDI Number)

  • 09 (X.121)

  • 10 (DoD - Department of Defense Activity Address Code)

  • 11 (DEA - Drug Enforcement Administration)

  • 12 (Phone Number)

  • 13 (UCS Code)

  • 14 (DUNS Number and Suffix Number)

  • 16 (DUNS Number with a Four Character Suffix)

  • 19 (EDI Council of Australia Communications ID)

  • 20 (HIN - Health Industry Number)

  • 30 (U.S. Federal Tax Identification Number)

  • NR (NRMA - National Retail Merchants Association)

  • SN (Standard Address Number)

  • ZZ (Mutually Defined)

Identifier value

EDI X12-ISA ID for your trading partner; can be up to 15 characters. Your trading partner should supply you with the proper EDI X12 Interchange Sender/Receiver ID.

Required: Yes

X12 - GS Values

Refer to this information specifically for using GS with X12.

Setting Description

Identifier Value

EDI X12-GS ID for your trading partner; can be up to 15 characters. Your trading partner should supply you with the proper EDI X12 Group Sender/Receiver ID.

Required?: Yes

DUNS

Refer to this information specifically for using the DUNS number as an identifier.

Setting Description

Identifier Value

The DUNS number for your trading partner. The DUNS number is a nine-digit number that your trading partner needs to supply you with that corresponds to the Sender/Receiver ID.

Required: Yes

AS2 Identity

Refer to this information specifically for using the AS2 identity to identify a trading partner.

Setting Description

Identifier Value

The AS2 identity for your trading partner. Your trading partner should supply you with corresponding to the Sender / Receiver AS2 identity.

Required: Yes

Delete Identifiers

You might want to delete an identifier when it is no longer needed. Consider that deleting an existing host or partner identifier impacts the identification and routing of B2B messages to the associated partner. Ask yourself the following when deleting an identifier: Why do you want to delete it? Do you need to replace it with another identifier? Remember that there must always be at least one identifier per message flow.

After successfully deleting an identifier, you can create a new identifier with the same value as the one you deleted.

  1. If you need to replace the identifier, record the values and qualifier type needed.

  2. Choose the partner name and click Receive from <Partner name> to expand it.

  3. Select an identifier to the message flow, and click See All.

  4. Hover over the identifier you want to delete and click the trash can icon that appears towards the right-hand side of the identifiers row.

  5. If you need a replacement, add it now by clicking New.

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