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Templatize field configuration settings in Order Hub and apply to multiple users
In Order Hub, users can view to display only the relevant attributes by modifying the field configurations in almost every screen. While this feature is very useful, every user needs to be perform this activity once initially. When there are a lar...
Refund without split into two transactions (article price + netto shipping charges and tax of shipping charges)
If we have a full return the refund is split into two transactions that are sent to the PSP. For those two refunds there is only one credit memo that not match. Also the customer does not understand why he receives two refunds.
Require additional attributes in Customer Definition pop up while assigning pricing rule to customers in SBC
Requirement is to assign pricing rule to customers based on CustomerClassificationCode (OOB), ExtnReturnable and ExtnDCDiscount (Extn attributes) attributes in customer master. These attributes are currently not present in SBC. On a creating a Pri...
Enhance data export process to support cloud storage
As per the current design, the export file is directly written onto the SFTP server also it's possible that incomplete files can be read by the consumer process. because this is implemented on SFTP there is no inherent event that can trigger a con...
Enable users to see federated accounts
Currently, admins cannot easily see which users are federated and which are not. We have to actively reach out to IBM to see if the new user is federated then we can proceed with providing access. This process is long and labor intensive. Providin...
Extend sourcing audit feature to inquiry APIs like findInventory API
The request is to have sourcing audit enabled for findInventory API and this is our requirement as we do sourcing optimization even before order is created at the time of checkout.
Enable IBMID/Federation at individual OMS application level
The enhancement will enable enterprises to configure sterling module (e.g., Contact Center, Store Engagement, Console) access/ login approach independently of the module. This would allow the enterprise to choose, per module, either log in via SSO...
getOrderList API should provide one unioned, sorted result set across active and history records
Today's implementation of getOrderList API makes two calls under the hood - one to archive tables and one to active tables (assuming archive switch was invoked in the call.) Almost *no* consumer of order history wants two separate lists, each sort...
Allow provided service ordered quantity more than defined standard capacity per day
When Provided Services capacity management solution is implemented, one important use case is missed. If our maximum per day servicing capacity is 3 units per store ( resourcepool) and customer wants to order more than 3 units, the expectation is ...
During cancellation the Charge Amount should not get refunded when the ChargeType configured as "Non Refundable"
There could be some header charges like Donations which shouldn't get refunded when customer cancel the order. There's a existing configuration in Sterling to keep the header charges as non refundable (IsRefundable="N") however it is not working f...
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