Product: Pack & Ship
There are two methods of sending data from Transaction Manager to Pack & Ship:
Method 1: Warehouse Shipping Order in Transaction Manager Outbox sent to Pack & Ship
Method 2: Purchase order in Transaction Manager Inbox sent directly to Pack & Ship.
The Begin Fulfillment function in Transaction Manager is responsible for transmitting data to Pack & Ship. Like most Transaction Manager send/receive functions, it can be scheduled at specified intervals to automatically trigger. Consult Transaction Manager support resources for information on enabling this scheduling functionality.
Data from an ERP can be Imported into Transaction Manager’s Outbox as a Warehouse Shipping Order transaction. This data is usually a ERP sales order or shipping order, both of which commonly have data origins correlating to a trading partner’s purchase order that has been entered into the ERP.
For details on how to perform the Import function to bring in ERP data as a Transaction Manager Warehouse Shipping Order transaction, it will be necessary to understand the specific ERP-Transaction Manager integration, which can vary between business systems.
Step 1: Navigate to Warehouse Shipping Order(s) in Transaction Manager Outbox that are intended to be sent to Pack & Ship and highlight them:
Step 2: Click Begin Fulfillment under the menu item Actions > Menu > Fulfill > Begin Fulfillment. This function transfers data from Transaction Manager to Pack & Ship. The Warehouse Shipping Order will be moved to the Sent folder after transmission.
Once a purchase order is received from a trading partner and can be seen in the Transaction Manager Inbox, it can be sent directly from Pack & Ship.
Step 1: Navigate to Purchase Order(s) in Transaction Manager Inbox that are intended to be sent to Pack & Ship and highlight them:
Step 2: Click Begin Fulfillment under the menu item Actions > Menu > Fulfill > Begin Fulfillment. This function transfers data from Transaction Manager to Pack & Ship. The Purchase Order will remain in the Inbox after transmission.