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When the distributor's customer returns stock for which the distributor took a debit, the distributor automatically reverses the debit by giving the supplier a credit. The distributor adds the amount that was previously debited to the amount owed the supplier for other transactions.
See also Assumptions in the supporting documentation.
Overview (Use Case) Diagram Narration
Narration Overview (Use Case) Diagram
|1. - 4.||The graphic above contains a representative scenario. See index for links to adjacent models and scenarios using this model.|
|5.||This model: If a product is returned for which the supplier had approved a debit claim, the supplier may send a credit claim to the distributor, asking them to back-out the debit. This process is also known as "bill up to book." The distributor may send a response if there was a problem with the supplier's credit claim - either a business issue such as a disagreement with the claim, or a technical issue, such as invalid part number.|
Last updated 01 February 2003