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  2. PTK-208

Add ContentDelivery sent prior to a PurchaseOrder

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      3.3 ContentDelivery
      A ContentDelivery allows the Print Buyer to upload any type of content to the Print Provider, e.g. PDF files, variable data
      lists, barcodes etc.
      The Request/@BusinessRefID of the ContentDelivery Business Object references SHALL reference the order’s PurchaseOrderif a PurchaseOrder has been sent.. The order’s
      PurchaseOrder is either the initial PurchaseOrder if no Change Orders have occurred, or the latest accepted PurchaseOrder
      if a Change Order has been made. If the content is delivered while an RFQ is pending, the RFQ SHALL be referenced.
      References: PurchaseOrder,RFQ
      Flow: Print Buyer to Print Provider

      5.8 Content delivery
      In most cases, content will be delivered after the Print Provider has sent a PurchaseOrder. Content can also be delivered prior to a purchase order in an established business relationship.
      5.8.1. Content delivery for a PurchaseOrder

      If no content or insufficient content is provided in the PurchaseOrder, the Print Buyer SHOULD send a ContentDelivery to
      the Print Provider that references the PurchaseOrder and that provides references to the files that SHALL be uploaded. See
      Section 5.1.5 PrintTalk Packaging for details how the content MAY be packaged in a single request.
      The Print Provider SHOULD check the files and SHALL send a ContentDeliveryResponse that references the
      ContentDelivery and contains a report of the content check and the completeness of the job.
      5.8.2 Content delivery prior to a PurchaseOrder
      If a Print Buyer wants to provide content prior to finalizing the business agreement with a PurchaseOrder, it MAY send ContentDelivery business objects that reference an RFQ.

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      5.8 Content delivery
      In most cases, content will be delivered after the Print Provider Buyer has sent a PurchaseOrder, in which case ContentDelivery SHALL reference the PurchaseOrder. If there is not a valid PurchaseOrder then the ContentDelivery SHALL reference an RFQ. Content can also be delivered prior to a purchase order in an established business relationship

      5.8.2 Content delivery prior to a purchase order
      If a Print Buyer wants to provide content prior to finalizing the business agreement with sending a PurchaseOrder, it MAY send ContentDelivery business objects that SHALL reference an RFQ. 

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      3.3 ContentDelivery A ContentDelivery allows the Print Buyer to upload any type of content to the Print Provider, e.g. PDF files, variable data lists, barcodes etc. The Request/@BusinessRefID of the ContentDelivery Business Object references SHALL reference the order’s PurchaseOrder if a PurchaseOrder has been sent. . The order’s PurchaseOrder is either the initial PurchaseOrder if no Change Orders have occurred, or the latest accepted PurchaseOrder if a Change Order has been made. If the content is delivered while an RFQ is pending, the RFQ SHALL be referenced. References: PurchaseOrder ,RFQ Flow: Print Buyer to Print Provider 5.8 Content delivery In most cases, content will be delivered after the Print Provider has sent a PurchaseOrder. Content can also be delivered prior to a purchase order in an established business relationship. 5.8.1. Content delivery for a PurchaseOrder If no content or insufficient content is provided in the PurchaseOrder, the Print Buyer SHOULD send a ContentDelivery to the Print Provider that references the PurchaseOrder and that provides references to the files that SHALL be uploaded. See Section 5.1.5 PrintTalk Packaging for details how the content MAY be packaged in a single request. The Print Provider SHOULD check the files and SHALL send a ContentDeliveryResponse that references the ContentDelivery and contains a report of the content check and the completeness of the job. 5.8.2 Content delivery prior to a PurchaseOrder If a Print Buyer wants to provide content prior to finalizing the business agreement with a PurchaseOrder, it MAY send ContentDelivery business objects that reference an RFQ. ======== Draft 2 ======== 5.8 Content delivery In most cases, content will be delivered after the Print Provider Buyer has sent a PurchaseOrder , in which case ContentDelivery SHALL reference the PurchaseOrder. If there is not a valid PurchaseOrder then the ContentDelivery SHALL reference an RFQ. Content can also be delivered prior to a purchase order in an established business relationship 5.8.2 Content delivery prior to a purchase order If a Print Buyer wants to provide content prior to finalizing the business agreement with sending a PurchaseOrder, it MAY send ContentDelivery business objects that SHALL reference an RFQ. 

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      In the table at:

      https://confluence.cip4.org/display/WJT/Table+of+BusinessRefID+values

      There is a row that shows that a ContentDelivery can be sent with BusinessRefID pointing to an RFQ; this would be content delivered prior to a PurchaseOrder.  However, that functionality is not supported in the spec currently.

      Not only should this flow be described in a paragraph in section 3.3 ContentDelivery, but RFQ should also be added to the "References:" list for ContentDelivery.

      It is possible that other places should be updated now that this new flow exists...

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                denniscarney Dennis Carney
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