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Tech/Engineering - Computers: Software
|English term or phrase: object|
|"Each order processing object in the OMS has a business status and IT status. This provides strong recovery procedures and exception case handling when processing transactions across multiple services and ensures Reddwerks OMS is always 100% in sync with the source WMS."|
What does it mean by "Each order processing object in the OMS has a business status and IT status" ?
(OMS=Order management system, WMS=Warehouse management system)
|Local time: 13:03|
|instance of object, "record"|
In OOP (Object-Oriented Programming), an object is an entity to be manipulated. Sample is "order processing object" (hereinafter I refer as OPO). Usually, when people talk about object, they mean "instance of the object". OPO can have many instances, each representing a single order processing transaction.
In layman terms, you can imagine such instance as a database record (although, from computer science point of view, "object" and "record" are different stuff). So, record of order processing shall contain two status: business status (such as: order is received/closed/processed) and IT status (this is status from application standpoint, such as: record is locked/indexed/encoded/etc.)
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|A very good answer. Thanks a lot. Erich. |
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