Infoplus Connection Details

Please send documents to the following Infoplus URL, where {client-sub-domain} should be swapped out with your Infoplus Client Subdomain. :{client-sub-domain}

I.E. for an Infoplus site with the URL, the AS2 connection URL is

Setting up the Connection

To setup a new EDI Connection in Infoplus, navigate to the EDI Connection table and click Create New.  You'll see a screen with a lot of different inputs that looks something like this.  Let's go over the fields needed to complete the setup. 

  1. In the Name field, give this connection a name for identification purposes.  It may be helpful to include the client and partner in the name.
  2. Select the LOB this connection is associated to.
  3. Set the Connection Type to X12 over AS2.  Other connection types may be available in the future but this is the initial EDI connection type that Infoplus supports. 
  4. In the EDI SKU Field, select the field within EDI documents that contain the SKU.  Options for this field are Infoplus SKU and Buyer Part Number.  Typically, Infoplus SKU will be selected for this option. 
  5. In the Infoplus SKU Field, select the field within Infoplus that will map to EDI SKU Field. Typically, SKU will be selected for this option. 
  6. Select the Order Source and Integration Partner for this connection. 
  7. Optionally select a Default Carrier for this connection.  For the incoming document types that could include a shipping carrier, like an 850 for example, Infoplus will try to use the carrier id from the document.  If the carrier information is missing from the 850, this default carrier will auto-populate in the order that was created in Infoplus.
  8. Next, add all the necessary Document Types that will be used by this connection.  Optionally associate a script with each document type to record or manipulate data on an incoming document.

    Note: For more information about Document Types, see the EDI Document Type Overview article.  For more information about EDI scripts, see the Using EDI Scripts article.
  9. Next, input the Connection Details.  
    1. Enter the AS2 Id, URL, and Qualifier for the connection.  
    2. Also enter the MDN To address and if you want this connection to Request an Asynchronous MDN.  
    3. If you're going to be Signing Documents, set that field to True, then include the SSL certification in the Signing Certification text box below.
    4. If you're going to be Encryption Documents, set that field to True, select the Encryption Algorithm, then include the certification in the Encryption Certification text box below. 
  10. Finally, after all connection details have been entered, save the connection.  
  11. To test the connection, using the Test Connection process from the actions menu.