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Order Model 1 - Discrete Purchase Order, Established Customer, Established Product, Version 2.0 
Status:  Provisional Ratification by Committee April 2000. Created as part of recast of original order models, Pre-2000 Version C (Balloted and Ratified by Membership, November 1996), into Replenishment Scenarios.

Implementation Options

All Basic Implementation Options can be applied  to this business process. In addition, specific recommendations for Business-to-Business (B2B) commerce are presented in the Business Documents table.

Each of the following describes the Order Model 1a -  Create Purchase Order Sub-process.

UML Activity Diagram - Technology Option 1 - "Traditional EDI" via a VAN
UML Activity Diagram - Technology Option 2 - Client EDI Application with VAN/ISP
UML Activity Diagram - Technology Option 3a - B2B via the Internet, no VAN, "Standards Agnostic" (Generic B2B)
UML Activity Diagram - Technology Option 3b - EDIINT:  Legacy EDI Over the Internet
UML Activity Diagram - Technology Option 4a - B2B via the Internet via 3rd Party (Modern VANs and ISPs), "Standards Agnostic" (Generic B2B)
UML Activity Diagram - Technology Option 5a1 - Seller Uses Buyer's Web Application, Buyer's Data Mastered in Back-End Application
UML Activity Diagram - Technology Option 5b1 - Buyer Uses Seller's Web Application, Seller's Data Mastered in Back-End Application
Other Sub-processes
  Order Model 1b - PO Response Sub-process is really a subset of the Create Purchase Order sub-process -  using all the steps in the model starting with "Create/Release PO Response."
  Order Model 1c - Change Order Sub-process works the same way as the Create Purchase Order  sub-process, except that the business document created by the buyer is a Change Order.
  Order Model 1d - Seller-Initiated Change Sub-process is similar to the Change Order sub-process, except that the roles are reversed.  The seller creates a PO Change Request and the buyer creates a response document.

 

Last updated 04 January 2003