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Retail:Developers Guide/Deliver Documents



The functional scope for this project is to be able to send documents in different ways (i.e. email or sms) and being able resend those documents.

Front end infrastructure

Message state handling

A new type of Message will be included called ‘deliver_document’. This new message will have a modelName associated and should include the information required to deliver some documents in different ways (email as of now). The message structure is the following:

DeliverDocument Message.png

Some considerations should be taken into account:

Once the synchronization buffer is launched, a unique consumer will handle the ‘deliver_document’ message. The message handler will: Generate/populate the template with data in an asynchronous way Send a mobile service request to the backoffice to handle the document delivery

Utility function

The initial idea is to use the same utility function to print a ticket to generate the ‘deliver_document’ message.

As this utility function could affect several flows of the POS application, it is possible that a new utility function must be created to keep backwards compatibility.

In any case, this utility function will receive additionally in the payload the following information:

Back office infrastructure

Once a message is processed by deliver document endpoint, a new import entry will be generated in BO application

DeliverDocument ImportEntry2.png

Example of XML deliver document import entry JSON Info

The processor will generate for each delivery document method a single import entry with the documents to deliver.

Organization, Role, and POS Terminal values for new import entries are same as the original OBMOBC_DeliverDocument import entry.

Each module will then handle the delivery option using the import entries created by the OBMOBC_DeliverDocument data import entry processor.

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