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Debits and Credits Model 5 - Debit Claims, Version 1.0 
Status:  Balloted and Ratified by Membership via Distributor Scenario 1 ratification, August 2002

Process Activities

Special Notes:                   

 


Activity Diagram     Narration

 


Narration   Activity Diagram

Step Description
A. At start state A, the distributor is eligible for a Ship-from-Stock and Debit claim.
1.

The Distributor generates a debit Claim.

2. The component supplier processes the Debit Claim  The component supplier may audit the claim against point-of-sales data reported by the distributor.
3. The component supplier responds to the Debit Claim.  The component supplier will either approve the request, deny the request, providing a reason for the denial, or mark it as pending.

If the initial response is "pending," the distributor should expect to see a follow-up response within a reasonable amount of time.  The definition of "reasonable amount of time may be based on the Trading Partner Agreement.

B. At end state B, the supplier has sent a response that indicates that the debit claim is either accepted (approved) or rejected (denied).  The distributor may continue on to the next step in the business scenario.
C. At end state C, the supplier has sent a response that indicates that the debit claim approval is "pending".  The distributor should not continue on to the next step in the business scenario.  The distributor should expect to see a follow-up response within an agreed, configurable amount of time.  The amount of time may be specified the Trading Partner Agreement.  The distributor may launch an exception notice if the supplier's follow-on response is not received within the agreed, configurable period of time.
D. Start state D indicates that the Debit Authorization Response may be invoked if the component supplier needs to send a follow-up response to the distributor.
4. The distributor processes the Response to the Debit Claim.  Typically, the distributor posts both approvals and denials to a data base.  If the Debit Claim is approved, the distributor debits the appropriate amount from what the distributor owes the component supplier for other transactions.

 

 

Last updated 14 February 2003