|Software Component Version||ESM ERP 606|
|Business Object Type||Business Process Object|
business object is used to create a loading report (also known as Ticket in the Oil and Gas-TSW scenario) as a follow-up of the Bulk Commodity Nomination.
This object is an official notice sent by a partner, such as a carrier, that is sent by fax or E-mail and contains information about the movement of product. Tickets are entered in Trader’s and Scheduler’s Workbench (TSW) either automatically by electronic interchange using the Intermediate Document (IDoc) format, or by manually entering the ticket data in the system.
The various TSW movement scenarios are triggered by the receipt of a movement ticket from an external source, such as a pipeline carrier. TSW has a holding structure for tickets and controls the subsequent processing when a ticket is entered in the system.
A loading report can be created for a single line item of a bulk commodity nomination or also can be created for multiple line items. To create a loading report, the corresponding nomination line item must have status "Scheduled and Confirmed" .
The header level of the Loading report contains the nomination for which the loading report is being created and the"ticket return code" which contains status information on the processing of the ticket.
At item level of the Loading Report, each item corresponds to a nomination line item which is used as a reference during the creation of the loading report. Again master data such as scheduled material, schedule quantity, schedule type, nomination document details, origin, destination plant and storage locations, Location ID and partner details.
You can log ticket events in the ticket header and in the ticket item. The event log data refers to the nomination header and contains all shipments that are loaded or discharged at the terminal facilities or at lightering locations.
When you actualize a ticket, the system checks the data in the ticket. If the check is completed without any error messages, the system starts the routine for generating subsequent documents, such as call-offs, goods issues, and goods receipts. The movement scenario to which the nomination item is assigned determines which steps the system performs during the actualization process.