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  1. PrintTalk
  2. PTK-225

Add missed ids to new section 6.2



    • Type: Story
    • Status: Implemented (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Normal
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0-Final
    • Component/s: Workflow
    • Labels:


      • reorderid
      • LineID
      • xjdf:DropID
      • QuoteID

      Stock levels

      • xjdf:ExternalID
      • xjdf:LotID

      Add discussion of GeneralID/@IDUsage prefix for xjdf.


        Table 3.19: StockLevel Element

        LotID ? ... Production lot of this item. Used to separate available stock with different
        pricing based on production lots. Note: See ##ref XJDF xjdf:Part/@LotID for a discussion of production lots.

        <all new please order alpha within each subsection>
        6.2.+ LineID
        Price/@LineID is used to identify the line <glos>Item</glos>.

        6.2.+ QuoteID
        QuoteID is used to identify (Quote/@QuoteID) and select (PurchaseOrder/@QuoteID) individual Quotes within a Quotation Business Object.

        6.2.+ ReorderID
        ReorderID can be used by the Print Buyer in an RFQ or PurchaseOrder to provide the BusinessID identifiers of previous completed PurchaseOrders.

        6.2.+ DropID
        Price/@DropID is used to identify individual deliveries of a split delivery. This can be either a different delivery address, a different delivery time and date, or both.

        6.2.+ ExternalID
        StockLevel/@ExternalID is a generic identifier for products in a shop system. ExternalID allows standard products to be selected by identifier rather than complete descriptions. Note that ExternalID values will have to be synchronized using proprietary synchronization which is not covered by the PrintTalk specification.

        6.2.+ LotID
        StockLevel/@LotID is an identifier that differentiates products that were produced in different production runs.

        6.3.+ xjdf:GeneralID
        xjdf:GeneralID provides a generic mechanism to define identifiers. In PrintTalk it is used to define Payment specifics, which can vary greatly from country to country. It is also used to link partial products in XJDF to price lines.



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                  prosi Rainer Prosi
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