History System

  • Normally transport orders are kept in the database for 6 weeks after the last status update (delivered, invoiced etc).
  • Six weeks after the last update it is possible to transfer orders to a history system.
    Note: a shorter period is also possible.
  • The history system keeps the transport orders in the history database for one year at maximum.
    Note: once orders are transfered to the history database, it's no longer possible to modify these orders.
  • The history orders can be accessed from the active shipments list by using the 'period' selection choic.
  • The system name of the History System inside the Cargo Office is trackhistory.
  • Users other than level 70 have to have this system enabled in their user profile.

All described functions

Search by tracking number
Search inside Active Shipments

Reasons to keep a History System.

  • Depending on national legislation it could be necessary to store POD-invoices and electronic signatures for a longer period than six weeks after delivery and invoicing.
  • Ability of track and trace functionality for transport orders older than six weeks.
If you do not have a history system, contact your Cargo Ofice supplier or sent us a request by using your bug tracking system.
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