Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is about doing business and carrying out transactions with your trading partners electronically. On SAP side, EDI is handled through IDocs. When the data comes into SAP, it is called inbound transaction. When the data goes out of SAP, it is called outbound transaction. This presentations provide detail about some common inbound EDI scenarios that are handled in SAP with the examples and solutions.
What is Inbound EDI?
Example of an Inbound EDI data
Inbound EDI explained
Example of an Inbound EDI data how it looks after it came into SAP
Transactions that are used in SAP to view inbound EDI data
Finally how it looks after posting to an application