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From BJ Freeman <bjf...@free-man.net>
Subject Re: Automated Order Fulfillment integration via mail-exchange - any experience out there?
Date Wed, 22 Jun 2011 15:20:00 GMT
I do a lot of Supply chain and Edi.
I make components per supplier since they do not use the same systems.
the component has the custom  email sent to the supplier.
I opt to use a xml file that uses a xsl to translate to the format they
use. the XML is a custom one I developed.
There is one MCA that reads emails from suppliers and directs them based
on the contact mech. It looks for a to address setup just for suppliers.

I put up some Jira way back on this, not complete but you can get the idea.

I also integrated OpenAS2 for EDI and work with a van that supplies the
mailboxes necessary.

I have examples of the supplier components of which I have some 70
suppliers, on my demo site.

I am tranfering my Forum over to my site you can read some info

Carsten Schinzer sent the following on 6/22/2011 1:33 AM:
> Hello,
> I am asked to integrate with a mailing mechanism for order fulfillment, ie.
> Supplier wants mails sent when orders are being confirmed with OBFiz. At the
> same time I will be getting a nightly confirmation and status information
> from Supplier over all pending orders by mail as an attachment.
> While I have ideas for full automation about the former (define ECA, write
> service, send mail) I am not so sure about the latter.
> In principle I would follow the same logic, ie. define ECA, store file
> attachment, process it and update the orders. The questions I would have are
> as follows::
> - I would use a OFBiz-managed mail account to receive mail; how do I
> integrate OFBiz with my mailing architecture for mail reception ? Probably
> some config somewhere in the framework?
> - How can I use the mail-received event and translate to an ECA ?
> - How do I detach the file attachment, store it and process it ? Are all
> required tools on board with OFBiz?
> If anyone has made relevant experience or has done the same thing already, I
> would appreciate some hints.
> Thanks & regards
> Carsten

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