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Bernd Dittrich

What´s Delivery Failed? This is about trucking. If for any reason a delivery of a planned transport did not happen we talk about “delivery failed”. It is relevant for Shipper, Freight Forwarding and Logistic Service

Recently a couple of notes have been released which improve the organizational interaction process. Some more info on the Org Interaction process as such can be found in the online docu here. Basically the idea is

The Quicksearch learned a new trick: Now you can directly navigate into the transportation cockpit from the quicksearch result list, this come with the note 2462868 . To activate this feature a new query parameter

This post is relevant for those of you using the Transportation Management Quick Search. For those not knowing what I´m talking about, quit reading here and go here. The search bar in the SAP Business

Based on some findings I had in a customer scenario I just wanted to share same info on performance hints when using condition based org unit determination: Try to fill the org units compltly, even

Based on the feedback we´ve got about issues related to our trigger report /SCMTMS/PROC_TRIG_BGD we made some improvements to it. The main improvements are: Performance Improvement by mass enablement of action processing, independent of the

The trigger report /SCMTMS/PROCESS_TRIGGER_BGD has been significantly improved with note 2369160, the note is available for TM 9.3. Main improvements are Performance! The report now aggregates triggers into one action call, even when created in

When looking at durations in TM UIs you typically see something like this, in thehhhh:mm format, so for example 64 hours look like this This is ok for shorter durations, but when crossing the 100h

The TM Quicksearch as described here can be integrated into the NWBC role, which makes it available to all users with this role and in all systems, no system specific URL is required and the

This posting is about how to activate the TM quicksearch, a nice way to access TM transactional documents directly from the NWBC search bar. Basically it looks like this, enter a search string in the