What are the message types in Peppol?
The different Peppol message types represent the various electronic business documents that can be exchanged in sales and purchase transactions between organizations in the Peppol network. Examples of messages are invoices, credit notes, orders, responses, catalogs, punchout, and more. They are are XML files in a specific format structure and use Peppol ID as the identifier address.
Peppol BIS Billing 3.0
The e-invoice format in Peppol. The message must include buyer reference or purchase order reference, and invoice lines can contain products or services, quantity, net amount, buyer accounting reference, time period, order reference, etc.
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Peppol BIS Billing 3.0 Credit Note
The credit note/credit invoice message in Peppol. It is a Peppol BIS Billing 3 profile using negative amounts on a document level.
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Peppol BIS Invoice Response 3.2
BIS Invoice Response enables communication throughout the invoicing process, for example, informing about the status of an invoice.
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Peppol BIS Order Only 3.3
BIS Order Only is a profile for a simplified e-order message process. It can include information, for example, on products and services, accounting information, values and amounts, and VAT. In addition, the message supports inventory information when orders are based on catalogs.
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Peppol BIS Ordering 3.3
BIS Ordering is a profile for an extended e-order message process. It includes all capabilities of BIS Order Only but allows, for example, sellers to accept or reject orders or provide changes.
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Peppol BIS Advanced Ordering 3.0
BIS Advanced Ordering is the most advanced profile for sending e-order messages in Peppol, enabling two-way communication between customer and supplier.
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Peppol BIS Catalogue Without Response 3.1
BIS Catalogue Without Response is a product and service catalog message. Suppliers can provide customers with pricing and product-related information such as descriptions, associated frameworks, packaging, and tax classes.
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Peppol BIS Catalogue With Response 3.1
BIS Catalogue With Response is a product and service catalog message. Suppliers can provide customers with pricing and other product-related information, and the customer can send a response. Related information includes descriptions, associated frameworks, packaging, and tax classes.
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Peppol BIS Despatch Advice 3.1
BIS Despatch Advice is a notification message in the transaction fulfillment process. The message enables information and activities for transport, ordering, and receiving goods. Scenarios with various endpoints and outstanding goods are supported.
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Peppol BIS Punch Out 3.1
Punch Out is a dynamic shopping cart for B2B e-commerce transactions. Customers can add products and services to a cart from online catalogs, make configurations, and send an order to the supplier.
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Peppol BIS Order Agreement 3.0
BIS Order Agreement enables agreements between suppliers and customers. Suppliers can provide documentation about a purchase or accumulate multiple purchases within a framework agreement.
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Peppol BIS Message Level Response 3.0
BIS Message Level Response facilitates communication during a transaction. Parties can acknowledge process steps and inform about deviations or errors. The main message types are transport acknowledgments, responses related to the information of other messages, and responses related to business events.
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