- If customers register for a B2B portal, the notification email is now only sent to portal responsibles by default.
- API orders submitted via openTRANS can now contain a short description (“DESCRIPTION_SHORT”) of up to 1024 characters.
- Packaging units are correctly recognised when importing openTRANS orders, and correctly displayed for orders received via the API.
- The API 2.1 has been expanded so that B2B Suite or XaaS operators can query basic information about their customers from portals.
- If, in the case of a bundle, the price is to be determined from the total of the parts list, but at the same time a fixed price is also set in the B2B Suite product list, then the fixed price has priority and is used accordingly as the bundle price.
- CustomProducts and bundles that were created the day before are also available after the nightly processing cycle.
With this release, the Product Designer has been improved further. The Product Designer allows you to combine products into bundles and then offer these bundles for sale. This feature can now be booked as a module.
- If no email recipient for orders is defined in an order condition, the email is now sent to those responsible for the B2B Portal by default. In this case, the email was previously sent to all users with sales authorisation.
- If no short description is provided when importing OpenTRANS orders, the source description of the price list is used.
- For B2B Portal operators, the ‘customer view’ tile is hidden on the dashboard.
- The text in registration emails has been revised to ensure better separation between the greeting and the body text.
- The Product Designer feature can now be booked as a module.
- If the availability of a bundle depends on the individual products contained in the stocklist, products with unlimited availability are now reliably taken into account.
- It is no longer possible to add a bundle within a bundle in the Product Designer.
- For bundles with automatic stock level calculation, the stock status is now determined more reliably.
- A new BMEcat format, suitable for SAP Ariba, has been introduced.
- For all customers, ‘ITscope Sales’ is now shown as the ITscope contact in the ‘My Account’ section.
- The serial numbers in delivery notes from ITscope are now supplemented by the IMEI numbers for the products, if these are transmitted by the supplier. These IMEI numbers are also transmitted in the OpenTrans delivery note.
- An error has been fixed, where in the case of order automation for portal orders, no product identifier of the distributor was saved in the associated purchase order.
- Bundle pricing is now more reliable, and the description for a bundle is now displayed in the search results.
- The retrieval of realtime prices from Comline has been overhauled and now uses the new Comline Jsondirekt interface.
- The preview of an invitation email for a B2B portal now also shows the logo.
- When duplicating a category in a B2B portal, subcategories can be duplicated via the ‘Duplicate subcategories’ button. This button was previously labelled ‘Copy child nodes’ and has been renamed for better comprehensibility.
- The functionality of the price calculation of bundles has been further expanded.
- An EDI integration for orders has been set up for the distributors ALSO Belgium, ALSO Nederland and ALSO International. Additionally, the eService for price and stock level retrievals in realtime has been set up for these distributors.
- The EDI integration for the distributor EFB Elektronik is now live.
- The retrieval of realtime prices from Ingram has been overhauled and is now more reliable and secure.
- The tracking of ALSO parcels via trans-o-flex has been switched to a new, more stable trans-o-flex service.
- The session for Punchout end customers using multiple accounts with the system house is now automatically ended, so that the customer is logged into the correct portal when signing in again.
- When transferring an OCI Punchout shopping cart to an eProcurement system, it is now also possible to transfer an image link.
- Bundles from sales orders can be transferred to allow their procurement. In this case, the items from the parts list are transferred into the shopping cart.
- Clients locked for 30 minutes after reaching the API rate limit are now reliably unlocked again.
- eService configurations could not be deactivated if no access details were entered. This error has been corrected. As a result, eService configurations can now always be deactivated.
- The structure of the menu on the platform has been revised. The individual functions are now divided into three categories: Procure, Digital Sales and Catalog. Functions that affect several categories are listed at the top of the menu. Access to the B2B Suite can now be found under Customer Portals, in the Digital Sales section. The Test Lab, as well as our Feedback and Roadmap page, can be accessed via the profile menu. This menu opens by clicking on your profile picture in the top right-hand corner.
- The abbreviated presentation of custom sales price texts in a B2B portal is now limited to the dashboard view, as this sometimes caused layout errors in other parts of the portal.
- Order status emails now show delivery addresses and in some cases billing addresses.
- For punchout catalogues, the user menu can be shown or hidden via a request parameter (disableUserMenu).
- The stock status of a bundle, which is set in the product designer, is now taken into account on the platform and in the portal.
- An error message is now displayed if the product designer is opened by a user that does not have an API key.
- The parts list on a bundle page can be hidden via the corresponding option.
- A one-time pop-up on the topic of XaaS is now displayed to users.
- When sending a product collection as an email, no prices were displayed for fixed-price products. This bug has been fixed.
- Modification of the Imcopex realtime price function with a new realtime interface. The access details have changed and all customers have to update these. You can request the new access details directly from Imcopex.
- The Imcopex EDI interface has been enhanced with a function for transmitting the desired delivery date when ordering. Additionally, serial numbers are now retrieved from the delivery note and all address data is now limited to 30 characters.
- In the Apple CTO Configurator, tiles for the base models are only displayed if the associated product is also available in the catalogue.
- In the calculation view of a quote, the panel for adding new positions now has enough space to display the search suggestions again.
- The setting for displaying the end customer order reference can now only be accessed via the order conditions; the corresponding setting in the customer group has been removed.
- The wording on the German login page has been optimised.
- Orders with the status ‘Transmitted’, ‘Error’ or ‘Transmitting’ can be set to ‘Ordered elsewhere’ by the buyer via the corresponding button.
- Orders that are transferred to the shopping cart will no longer automatically undergo price optimisation.
- In the eService configuration, a price list can only be activated if all required access detail fields have been filled in.
- An NPE error that occurred when converting addresses from the OpenTrans document has been fixed.
- An error could occur if a contact’s first name was not specified in an order. This bug has been fixed.
- If a B2B portal has a custom sales price text to be displayed next to the price, then the tax information is moved to the dashboard of the respective portal, allowing the text to better fit on a product tile.
- Specifying a gender for users and contacts is now optional. Additionally, a neutral gender option can now be chosen.
- If a user has not uploaded their own avatar, a default avatar with the user’s initials is shown instead.