Description

When an EDI Project is created, all Domains, Attributes, Receivers, and Scenarios necessary to create test data for the standardized document or transaction set are created automatically. 


Sometimes specific Qualifier values may need to be changed for one or more Segment Domain Attributes. This article shows how to do the following: 

  • Remove a Qualifier Value
  • Change a Qualifier Value
  • Add a Qualifier Value


Note: To learn how to access this information in GenRocket for a specific EDI Document and Segment (i.e. Element), please see this article: How to View Attributes, Generators, and Values for a Segment.


How to View Current Qualifier Values

For this example, we will be viewing the Beginning Segment for an EDI 850 Transaction Set. The values will be modified for the purposeCode01 Attribute for BEG01. This Attribute uses the ListGen Generator, which will not be changed. 


To view the current values, complete these steps:

  • Select the purposeCode01 Attribute within the Domain Dashboard.


  • The Generator configuration will appear at the bottom of the dashboard for the selected Attribute.

  • Qualifiers are typically assigned the ListGen Generator. Within this configuration, you will see the current list values.


How to Remove a Qualifier Value

  • Click on the the value to select it within the list and then click Remove.


  • The value will no longer appear in the list. 

  • Click Save Generator to save the change.


How to Edit an Existing Qualifier Value

  • Click on the the value to select it within the list and then click Edit.


  • Enter the new value and press the Enter key on your keyboard.


  • Click Save Generator to save the change.


How to Add a New Qualifier Value

  • Enter a value for the Qualifier.


  • Click + Add to add the new value to the Qualifier.


  • The new Qualifier value will be shown in the list.

  • Click Save Generator to save the change.


Note: Use the Move Up and Move Down options to change the position of a Qualifier Value within the list.