Audience: Suppliers are able to use view document standards directly from the Logicbroker portal. Retailers should work with Logicbroker to configure these depending on their document requirements.
In this article, you will find information related to Document Standards and what is required for the document to pass validation. The sections within this article are outlined below:
- Navigating to Document Standards
- Document Standards Defined
- How to Use This Tool
- Related Content
Suppliers have the ability to review document standards required when connecting with Retailers prior to submitting orders, acknowledgments, shipments, invoices, returns, or inventory. Retailers are able to work with Logicbroker to configure these requirements. This tool serves as validation, where required fields and their descriptions are showcased directly in the Portal.
Navigating to Documents Standards in the Portal
To view the document standards, navigate to the left-hand side toolbar, and select Retailers (or Suppliers). Select Document Standards from the dropdown that appears.
Document Standards Defined
- ShipmentNumber - This is used as a unique value to identify your shipment. This will be used to prevent sending duplicate shipments.
- AckLinesChangeReason - If AckLines.QuantityCancelled is greater than 0, the following codes will need to be provided: All codes listed will map from standard change reasons in Logicbroker. ID = merchant_request (Maps from "Administrative request", "Cancelled at retailer's request", or "Other") IF = info_missing (Maps from "Info missing on purchase order")
Please Note: Some of the required fields may be generated automatically by Logicbroker which will be indicated in the description, others will be more detailed providing all of the information needed to successfully send the document.
How to Use This Tool
This tool allows users to review exactly what is needed to send documents to their partners, what it means, and to help reduce failures when transmitting documents.
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