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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 Option 5b1 - Buyer Uses Seller's Web Application, Seller's Data is Mastered in Back-End Application

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Activity Diagram
In Technology Option 5 (Generic) Section:
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In this example, the buyer is logging into the seller's web application to enter purchase orders.  The seller has a fully integrated eBusiness solution, and is using it to receive purchase orders from customers.  The seller's web application has functionality for displaying an initial response to the buyer.  The seller's back-end application has functionality in place for extracting purchase orders from the web application, loading them into the back-end application, and posting purchase order responses back to the web application.  The buyer may be notified of updated order status via e-mail.  The web application may be the seller's application or trading hub running in the buyer's Virtual Private Network, or may be a service provided by a 3rd party.

Activity Diagram (See also Narrative (not completed yet)

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Last updated 27 December 2002