Coupa adheres to cXML standards. We suggest you refer to the cXML User's Guide at cXML.org to learn more. See also Handling Common Special Characters in cXML.
If you plan on receiving purchase orders via cXML, you’ll want to fill out the Coupa cXML Supplier Questionnaire and give it to your customer.
How It Works
Post your invoices to:
Send Coupa an
InvoiceDetailRequest cXML document via a secure HTTP connection. Each invoice must be backed by a purchase order or a contract. A single invoice can refer to multiple purchase orders. Ask your customer for the invoice posting URL.
InvoiceDetailRequest, include these required validation fields:
|Supplier domain and identity||Usually a DUNS or NetworkID.|
|Customer domain and identity||Usually a DUNS or NetworkID.|
|Shared secret||A password that validates the buyer with the supplier. If no shared secret is specified, Coupa automatically passes
If the invoice is backed by a PO, include:
If the invoice isn't backed by a PO, include the contract number.
Coupa supports the following cXML purchase order documents:
||Post your cXML back to Coupa when you receive
See Sample cXML Invoices.
Talk to your customer about how to test your integration.