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When the distributor resells stock for which Ship-and-Stock and Debit is authorized, the Distributor submits a Debit Claim to the supplier to claim the difference between the original book price and the current quote price. The supplier can either approve or deny the claim.
See also Assumptions in the supporting documentation.
Overview (Use Case) Diagram Narration
Narration Overview (Use Case) Diagram
|1. - 3., 5.||The graphic above contains a representative scenario. See index for links to adjacent models and scenarios using this model.|
When the distributor sells a
product that have SSD authorizations, the distributor submits a debit claim to the
supplier, and the supplier sends back a response; the response may approve or deny a
Alternatively, though it is not a common practice, the supplier may use the sales data instead of a debit claim to automatically notify the distributor that a debit is approved, per Debits and Credits Model 6.
Last updated 01 February 2003