How to modify status codes and actions

  • The best way to start your configuration is simply by drawing some kind of diagram about how your company communicates with the outside world (which files or messages should be send at what particular moment and to which particular party).
  • Usually the messages are track & trace messages to customers (e.g. 'shipment collected', 'shipment delivered') or messages to subcontractors telling them the details of an assignment (see dispatch).
  • Statuscodes and actions can be found here:
    • Backoffice -> Track & trace system -> Shipment Statuses and Actions
    • Backoffice -> Shipments -> Shipment Statuses and Actions

How to get started

To keep things simple we recommend you start drawing diagrams. Then afterwards add statusses and notifications.
Do it step for step and round for round, as is described.


Diagrams

Below examples of top-down diagrams are listed.

Diagram of a default transport order stream (example)
Add statusses to each stage of the diagram
Add notifications (actions) to each stage of the diagram
Add the required messages to each stage of the diagram

See also:
Examples of Status Actions
Examples of URL Status Actions
Example of Supply Chain with CargoOffice functionality



-- RutgerRutgers - 18 Aug 2006

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