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Conrad

Download the Conrad plugin

You need a plugin to link plentymarkets to Conrad. Visit the plentyMarketplace  to download the Conrad plugin.

To use the Conrad plugin, you also need the Mirakl Connector plugin. You can download Mirakl from plentyMarketplace as well.

Installing Mirakl Connector

Installing plugins:

  1. Go to Plugins » Plugin set overview.

  2. Open () the plugin set you want to edit.
    → The plugin set opens.

  3. Click on Add plugin.

  4. Select Mirakl Connector from the plugin list.
    → Information about Mirakl Connector is displayed.

  5. Select the version you want to install from the Select version drop-down list. The newest version is selected by default.

  6. To install the plugin, click on Install.
    → The plugin is installed.
    → After installation has finished, the plugin set opens.
    → Now you can configure the plugin. To do so, proceed as described below.

  7. Switch the plugin active ().

  8. Save () the plugin set.
    → If there’s a problem with saving the plugin set, click on View details to receive further information.

Installing Conrad

Installing plugins:

  1. Go to Plugins » Plugin set overview.

  2. Open () the plugin set you want to edit.
    → The plugin set opens.

  3. Click on Add plugin.

  4. Select Conrad from the plugin list.
    → Information about Conrad is displayed.

  5. Select the version you want to install from the Select version drop-down list. The newest version is selected by default.

  6. To install the plugin, click on Install.
    → The plugin is installed.
    → After installation has finished, the plugin set opens.
    → Now you can configure the plugin. To do so, proceed as described below.

  7. Switch the plugin active ().

  8. Save () the plugin set.
    → If there’s a problem with saving the plugin set, click on View details to receive further information.

1. About Conrad

The Conrad Plugin connects the B2B marketplace Conrad with your plentymarkets system. This enables you to automatically exchange item and order data between plentymarkets and Conrad. This way, you can list your items on Conrad.

2. Registering with Conrad

You need your Conrad access data consisting of the user name and password. You will receive this data from Conrad. First, you need to become a Conrad member and create a Conrad account.

3. About automatic data exchange

After installing and setting up the plugin, the automatic processes described in [data-exchange-Conrad] become available:

Table 1. Frequency of data exchange
Data Interval

Item data

Item export

daily

Stock synchronisation

Every 15 minutes

Price synchronisation

Every 15 minutes

Order data

Order import

Every 15 minutes

4. Activating the order referrer

An order referrer tags an order with the sales channel on which the order was generated. You also need to activate the order referrer in order to link items, characteristics etc. with Conrad. Go to Setup » Orders » Order referrer to activate the order referrer.

Activating the order referrer for Conrad:

  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Order referrer.

  2. Activate the Conrad.

  3. Save () the settings.

5. Defining a sales price

Sales prices define the conditions under which a variation is sold at a specific price and on a specific sales channel. That means that to sell variations on Conrad, you need a sales price in which the order referrer Conrad is activated. The price that you save for this sales price is the price that will be shown on Conrad.

Defining a sales price for Conrad:

  1. Go to Setup » Item » Sales prices » [Open sales price].
    Tip: No sales prices? Then create a new sales price first.

  2. Open the Settings tab.

  3. Activate the referrer Conrad.

  4. Save () the settings.

6. Creating properties

Using properties, you can export fields to the marketplace that aren’t defined in plentymarkets by default. You can create the properties that are specified by Conrad in the Setup » Settings » Properties » Configuration menu.

For further information on properties, refer to the Characteristics and properties page.

For Conrad, you need the following properties:

6.1. Creating the logistics class property

For each variation, you need to export a shipping profile code to Conrad. You can configure shipping profiles in the Mirakl back end. For a list of shipping profiles, refer to the Informations » Carrier costs menu in the Mirakl back end. You can find the code in the Logistics class column in brackets behind the name of the logistics class.

Proceed as described below to create the property Logistics class (Logistikklasse).

Creating the property Logistics class (Logistikklasse)
  1. Go to Setup » Settings » Properties » Configuration.
    → The overview of the properties opens.

  2. Click on Add property ().

  3. Carry out the settings as described in [table-Conrad-Logistics class (Logistikklasse)].

  4. Enter a position number for the property.

  5. Save () the settings.
    → The property is created and opened for editing.

  6. Carry out any additional settings as described in [table-Conrad-Logistics class (Logistikklasse)].

  7. Save () the settings.
    → The settings are saved.

Table 2. Property Logistics class (Logistikklasse)

Setting

Option

Section

Item

Property type

Short text

Name

Conrad logistics class

Group

Select a group.
Tip: Create the property group Conrad, to sort and manage all properties for this market.

Position

Enter a position.

6.2. Creating the leadtime to ship property

For each variation, you need to export a leadtime to ship in days to Conrad. This way, you can tell Conrad how many days you need to ship a variation. Conrad accepts values between 1 and 45.

Proceed as described below to create the property Leadtime to ship (Versandvorlaufzeit).

Creating the property Leadtime to ship (Versandvorlaufzeit)
  1. Go to Setup » Settings » Properties » Configuration.
    → The overview of the properties opens.

  2. Click on Add property ().

  3. Carry out the settings as described in [table-Conrad-Leadtime to ship (Versandvorlaufzeit)].

  4. Enter a position number for the property.

  5. Save () the settings.
    → The property is created and opened for editing.

  6. Carry out any additional settings as described in [table-Conrad-Leadtime to ship (Versandvorlaufzeit)].

  7. Save () the settings.
    → The settings are saved.

Table 3. Property Leadtime to ship (Versandvorlaufzeit)

Setting

Option

Section

Item

Property type

Short text

Name

Conrad leadtime to ship (Versandvorlaufzeit)

Group

Select a group.
Tip: Create the property group Conrad, to sort and manage all properties for this market.

Position

Enter a position.

6.3. Creating the reverse charge property

For each variation, you need to specify if the reverse charge mechanism applies to this variation for cross-border business processes. Conrad accepts the values true and false.

  • false = The reverse charge mechanism isn’t applied.

  • true = The reverse charge mechanism is applied. This means that instead of you, your customers have to pay VAT to the tax authorities.
    Note: Observe the legal requirements for the reverse charge mechanism and consult your tax adviser on the details.

Proceed as described below to create the property Reverse charge.

Creating the property Reverse charge
  1. Go to Setup » Settings » Properties » Configuration.
    → The overview of the properties opens.

  2. Click on Add property ().

  3. Carry out the settings as described in [table-Conrad-Reverse charge].

  4. Enter a position number for the property.

  5. Save () the settings.
    → The property is created and opened for editing.

  6. Carry out any additional settings as described in [table-Conrad-Reverse charge].

  7. Save () the settings.
    → The settings are saved.

Table 4. Property Reverse charge

Setting

Option

Section

Item

Property type

Short text

Name

Conrad reverse charge

Group

Select a group.
Tip: Create the property group Conrad, to sort and manage all properties for this market.

Position

Enter a position.

7. Generating the API key

To create the connection for Conrad between plentymarkets and Mirakl, you need an API key. To generate the API key, proceed as follows:

Generating the API key:

  1. Open the Mirakl back end.

  2. Click on the user icon ().

  3. Go to the API keys tab.

  4. Generate a new API key for Conrad.

  5. Copy the API key to your clipboard. You need this key to set up your Conrad account in plentymarkets.

8. Carrying out account settings in the assistant

Use the Conrad - Wizard assistant in the Setup » Assistants » Plugins » [Select plugin set] to set up your {marketplace account in plentymarkets.

Carrying out settings in the assistant:

  1. Go to Setup » Assistants » Plugins » Select plugin set.

  2. Click on the assistant Conrad.

  3. Follow the instructions on the screen. If you need additional information about one of the options, expand the Info box shown below this instruction ().

  4. In the step Summary, check your settings to makes sure they are correct.
    Tip: Click on the arrow in the step Summary () to show the settings.

  5. If everything is as it should be, click on Finalise.
    → The settings are saved.

Options in the assistant

Setting Explanation

Step Authentication

API Environment

Select an API environment from the drop-down list. Get in touch with your contact person at Conrad to confirm which API environment you should select.
Note: If you switch to another API environment, e.g. from Productive to Test mode, you need to generate a new API key.

API key

Enter the API key that you generated.
Note: If you switch to another API environment, e.g. if you switch from Productive to Test mode, you need to generate a new API key.

Step Data exchange

Data exchange

Select processes for data exchange. This selection determines which data is exchanged between plentymarkets and Mirakl.

Step Refund mapping

Refund mapping

Map the refund reasons of Conrad to plentymarkets order statuses.

  1. Click on Add new entry.
    → A new line is inserted.

  2. From the drop-down list on the left, select the plentymarkets status.

  3. From the drop-down list on the right, select a Conrad refund reason.
    The following reasons can be sent to Conrad:

    • 15 = Out of stock

    • 16 = Cancelled by client prior to shipping

    • 17 = Item returned

    • 18 = Item not received

    • 19 = Agreement found with the vendor

Step Cancellation mapping

Cancellation mapping

  1. Click on Add new entry.
    → A new line is inserted.

  2. From the drop-down list on the left, select the plentymarkets status.

  3. From the drop-down list on the right, select a Conrad cancellation reason.
    The following reasons can be sent to Conrad:

    • 34 = Cancellation: Wrong item ordered

    • 35 = Cancellation: Unwanted payment method

    • 37 = Cancellation: Delivery time too long

    • 39 = Agreement reached between vendor and buyer

Step Warehouse selection

Warehouse selection

Select the warehouse you want to use for stock export.

Step Shipping profile mapping

Shipping profile mapping

For each shipping profile in plentymarkets, enter the corresponding abbreviation of the shipping service provider. To find the abbreviations, go to Information » Shipping in Mirakl.

Step Offer properties mapping

Offer properties mapping

From the drop-down list Reverse charge, select the property Conrad Reverse charge.
From the drop-down list Lead time to ship, select the property Conrad Leadtime to ship.
From the drop-down list Logistic class, select the property Conrad Logistic class.

9. Setting up the item export

Item data is exported to Conrad via marketplace catalogues. Go to Data » Catalogs to create catalogues. Is this your first time working with catalogues? Then read up on the basic principle of catalogues first.

If you want to sell your products in multiple Conrad product categories, create a separate catalogue for each of them. Link the Conrad data fields with the item data saved in plentymarkets in the marketplace format afterwards. Once you’ve activated a catalogue, plentymarkets automatically exports the catalogue templates to Conrad daily.

Error log

If there’s a problem during export, you can find the related log entries on Mirakl and not the plentymarkets log.

9.1. Creating additional properties

In addition to the properties described previously, you need properties for all data fields of the marketplace whose data you want to export, but that don’t exist in plentymarkets by default. For further information on the properties you need, check the documentation of the marketplace. Is this your first time working with properties? For further information, refer to the Properties page of the manual.

9.2. Creating a catalogue in the assistant

Creating a catalogue in the assistant:

  1. Open the menu Setup » Assistants » Plugins » Select plugin set..

  2. Click on the assistant Conrad Catalogue.

  3. Follow the instructions on the screen. If you need additional information about one of the options, expand the Info box below this instruction ().

  4. In the step Summary, check your settings to makes sure they are correct.
    Tip: Click on the arrow in the step Summary () to show the settings.

  5. If everything is as it should be, click on Finalise.
    → The catalogue is created.

  6. Map the fields in the Data » Catalogues menu.
    Note: pass:quotes[Only select bottom level categories. You can find a better overview of the category hierarchy on Miracle by going to *My account » My product data settings*.

Options in the assistant

Setting Explanation

Settings

Select a Conrad category for offering your items. Then, enter a name for the corresponding category in plentymarkets.
pass:quotes[Only select bottom level categories. You can find a better overview of the category hierarchy on Miracle by going to *My account » My product data settings*.

9.3. Mapping data fields in the catalogue

After you have created a catalogue, map the market’s data fields to item data saved in plentymarkets. Check the documentation of the sales channel to find out what data the market expects for the individual data fields.

Using properties

Use properties to export values for marketplace data fields that have no corresponding field in plentymarkets.

Mapping data fields in the catalogue:

  1. Go to Data » Catalogues.

  2. Click on the catalogue.
    → The Mapping tab with the market data fields opens.
    → In the left-hand column, the market’s data fields are listed.
    Tip: Mandatory fields are flagged with an asterisk (*).

  3. To the right of the first marketplace data field, click on Add data field.
    → To the left, the plentymarkets data fields are listed in groups.

  4. Click on a group to expand the associated data fields.
    → The data fields are shown.

  5. Next to the data field you want to select, click on the plus.
    → The data field is added to the view.
    Optional: Do you want to export a fixed value for every variation for one of the market data fields?

    1. Click on the plus next to Own value.
      → The field for the own value is added to the view.

    2. Enter a value into the input field.

  6. Click on the X to close the editing mode.
    → The data field is mapped.

  7. Optional: Do you want to export two or more plentymarkets fields for a single marketplace data field?

    1. To the right of the data field you just mapped, click on Add data field ().

    2. Map an additional plentymarkets data field to the marketplace data field as described above.

    3. To the right of the column, click on Settings ().

    4. Select a separator from the drop-down list Separator or add a custom separator.

    5. Save the settings.
      → The additional data field is mapped. During the export, the content of the two plentymarkets data fields is combined and exported as one field.

  8. Optional: Click on Add fallback data field to select a data field that is exported in case another one is not available or empty. You can also add more than one fallback data field.
    Note: Even if you assign a fallback data field to a market data field, only one value is exported. The fields are checked in the order in which you mapped them. This means that if the first data field does not provide a value, the first fallback data field is exported etc.

  9. Repeat this mapping for all data fields of the market that you want to export.
    Note: All fields flagged with asterisks (*) are mandatory and must be mapped to a plentymarkets data field.

  10. Save () the settings.
    → The mappings are saved.

Do not map plentymarkets data fields to the following marketplace data fields for the market Conrad:

Product group
Product image 1
Product image 2
Product image 3
Product image 4
Product image 5

You can ignore the warning shown when you save the mapping.

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The following CSV files contain the valid values for the respective catalogue fields:

10. Linking variations to a Conrad catalogue category

After you created a marketplace format for Conrad with the Conrad assistant or manually, the property Conrad is created in your plentymarkets system. A new selection value is added to the Conrad category group property for each category selected in the Settings step of the assistant. In order for your variations to be exported in the appropriate catalogue, they have to be linked to the Conrad category group property in the Properties tab of a variation.

Linking a variation to a category:

  1. Go to Item » Edit item » [Open item].

  2. Click on the Variations tab.

  3. Open the variation that should be linked.

  4. Open the Properties tab.

  5. In the Variation properties area, select the property Conrad category group from the Properties drop-down list and click on Add ().
    → The property is added.

  6. Select the desired category group from the Value drop-down list for the Conrad category group property.
    → The variation will be exported in this catalogue.
    Example:*If you pick the value *VHS Cassettes, the catalogue variation is exported for the VHS Cassettes category.

  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 for all categories where you want to offer the variation.

  8. Save () the settings.

10.1. Linking properties with variations and saving values

All properties, sales prices and barcodes that you have created for mapping them in the catalogue now need to be linked to the variations that you want to export to the market. This is described on the Item pages of the manual:

10.2. Activating the catalogue export

You have set up Conrad and created a catalogue for exporting your item data? Then start the export of your item data.

Activating the catalogue export to Conrad:

  1. Go to Data » Catalogues.
    → The catalogues are listed.

  2. Scroll to the Conrad catalogue.

  3. In the Active/Inactive column, move the toggle button to the right ().
    → The catalogue is active.
    → The catalogue data is exported to Conrad Daily{if-active}.

11. Setting the variation availability

You need to activate the variations that you want to sell on Conrad. This is done in the Availability tab of a variation within the Item » Edit item » [Open item] » Tab: Variation ID menu.

Making a variation available for Conrad:

  1. Go to Item » Edit item » [Open item] » Tab: Variation ID » Tab: Settings.

  2. Open the variation that you want to sell on Conrad.
    Tip: To sell all variations of an item on Conrad, carry out the settings for the item’s main variation. This activates the availability of all variations of the item.

  3. In the Availability area, activate the option Active.

  4. Click on the Availability tab.

  5. In the Markets area, click in the selection field.
    → A list of all available markets is displayed.

  6. Activate the option Conrad.

  7. Click on Add ().
    → The market is added.

  8. Save () the settings.
    → The variation is available for Conrad.

The variation group function allows you to edit several variations at once. You select the variations that you want to edit.

Making several variations available for Conrad using the variation group function:

  1. Go to Item » Edit item.

  2. Set the filter Table type to Variations.

  3. Choose additional filters on the left if needed and click on Search ().

  4. Select () the variations to be edited from the overview on the right.

  5. Click on Variation group function.
    → The Variation group function window opens.

  6. Navigate to the area Market availability.

  7. Activate the checkbox to the left of the option Conrad.

  8. Activate the checkbox to the right of the option Conrad.

  9. Navigate to the area Availability.

  10. Activate the checkbox to the left of the option Active.

  11. Activate the checkbox to the right of the option Active.

  12. Click on Execute to apply the settings.

Batch processing allows you to edit several variations at once. You use filters to limit which variations are edited.

Making several variations available for Conrad using batch processing:

  1. Go to Item » Batch processing.

  2. Click on the tab Variations in the upper left corner.

  3. Use the filters on the left to specify which variations should be processed.

  4. Navigate to the area Market availability.

  5. Activate the checkbox to the left of the option Conrad.

  6. Activate the checkbox to the right of the option Conrad.

  7. Navigate to the area Availability.

  8. Activate the checkbox to the left of the option Active.

  9. Activate the checkbox to the right of the option Active.

  10. Click on Apply to apply the settings to the variations.

12. Setting up event procedures

Set up an event procedure to automatically update the order status on Conrad whenever specific events occur. You can set up the following event procedures:

  • Report order confirmation to Conrad

  • Report order rejection to Conrad

  • Report shipping confirmation to Conrad

  • Report order cancellation to Conrad

  • Report refund to Conrad

How to set up the event procedures in plentymarkets is described in the following chapters.

Additional procedures

In addition to the event procedures listed above, the Conrad plugin provides several other event procedures. These procedures exist because order processing differs between plentymarkets and Mirakl.

However, we recommend that you only use the procedures described in detail.

12.1. Report order confirmation to Conrad

Setting up an event procedure
  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Events.

  2. Click on Add event procedure ().
    → The Create new event procedure window opens.

  3. Enter a distinct name for the event procedure.

  4. Select the event according to [Conrad-event-procedure-order-confirmation].

  5. Save () the settings.

  6. Carry out the settings according to [Conrad-event-procedure-order-confirmation].

  7. Place a check mark next to the option Active ().

  8. Save () the settings.

Table 5. Event procedure to send an order confirmation to Conrad

Setting

Option

Selection

Event

Status change

Select an event, for example [3] Waiting for payment.

Filter

Order > Referrer

Conrad

Procedure

Plugins > Conrad: Accept order

12.2. Report order rejection to Conrad

Setting up an event procedure
  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Events.

  2. Click on Add event procedure ().
    → The Create new event procedure window opens.

  3. Enter a distinct name for the event procedure.

  4. Select the event according to Table 6.

  5. Save () the settings.

  6. Carry out the settings according to Table 6.

  7. Place a check mark next to the option Active ().

  8. Save () the settings.

Table 6. Event procedure to send an order rejection to Conrad

Setting

Option

Selection

Event

Status change

Select an event, e.g. [8] Cancelled.

Filter

Order > Referrer

Conrad

Procedure

Plugins > Conrad: Cancel order

12.3. Report shipping confirmation to Conrad

Setting up an event procedure
  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Events.

  2. Click on Add event procedure ().
    → The Create new event procedure window opens.

  3. Enter a distinct name for the event procedure.

  4. Select the event according to Table 7.

  5. Save () the settings.

  6. Carry out the settings according to Table 7.

  7. Place a check mark next to the option Active ().

  8. Save () the settings.

Table 7. Event procedure to send shipping confirmations to Conrad

Setting

Option

Selection

Event

Status change

Select an event, for example [7] Outgoing items booked.

Filter

Order > Referrer

Conrad

Procedure 1

Plugins: Conrad: Update the carrier tracking information for a payment

Procedure 2

Plugins > Conrad: Validate shipping

12.4. Report order cancellation to Conrad

Setting up an event procedure
  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Events.

  2. Click on Add event procedure ().
    → The Create new event procedure window opens.

  3. Enter a distinct name for the event procedure.

  4. Select the event according to Table 8.

  5. Save () the settings.

  6. Carry out the settings according to Table 8.

  7. Place a check mark next to the option Active ().

  8. Save () the settings.

Table 8. Event procedure to send a cancellation to Conrad

Setting

Option

Selection

Event

Status change

Select an event, e.g. [8] Cancelled.

Filter

Order > Referrer

Conrad

Procedure

Plugins > Conrad: Cancel the order item

12.5. Report refund to Conrad

Setting up an event procedure
  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Events.

  2. Click on Add event procedure ().
    → The Create new event procedure window opens.

  3. Enter a distinct name for the event procedure.

  4. Select the event according to Table 9.

  5. Save () the settings.

  6. Carry out the settings according to Table 9.

  7. Place a check mark next to the option Active ().

  8. Save () the settings.

Table 9. Event procedure to send refunds to Conrad

Setting

Option

Selection

Event

Status change

Select an event, e.g. [11] Credit note.

Filter

Order > Referrer

Conrad

Procedure

Plugins > Conrad: Refund order lines

13. Archiving unconfirmed orders

When an order was rejected or cancelled, or there’s a credit note for an order, you should archive the order. You can do this automatically by using the procedure manager.

You have to create a separate procedure for each status.

13.1. Archiving rejected orders

Setting up a procedure:

Setting up a procedure:

  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Procedures.

  2. Click on the New action tab.

  3. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-rejected-orders}].

  4. Click on the Filter tab.

  5. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-rejected-orders}].

  6. Click on the Procedure tab.

  7. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-rejected-orders}].

  8. Save () the settings.
    → The procedure is created.

[[#marketplace-procedure-manager-rejected-orders]] .Procedure manager settings

Tab Setting

Status

Activate the option Active.
Select when the procedure should be carried out each day.
Enter a name.

Order type

From the Status drop-down list, select the option [7] Outgoing items booked.
From the Last status change drop-down list, select the option Enter the days. Enter the value 2 in the new text field.
From the Order referrer list, select the option Conrad.

Procedure

Select a final status from the Change order status drop-down list, for example 7.99.

13.2. Archiving cancelled orders

Setting up a procedure:

Setting up a procedure:

  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Procedures.

  2. Click on the New action tab.

  3. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-cancelled-orders}].

  4. Click on the Filter tab.

  5. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-cancelled-orders}].

  6. Click on the Procedure tab.

  7. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-cancelled-orders}].

  8. Save () the settings.
    → The procedure is created.

[[#marketplace-procedure-manager-cancelled-orders]] .Procedure manager settings

Tab Setting

Status

Activate the option Active.
Select when the procedure should be carried out each day.
Enter a name.

Order type

From the Status drop-down list, select the option [8] Cancelled.
From the Last status change drop-down list, select the option Enter the days. Enter the value 2 in the new text field.
From the Order referrer list, select the option Conrad.

Procedure

Select a final status from the Change order status drop-down list, for example 8.99.

13.3. Archiving order with credit notes

Setting up a procedure:

Setting up a procedure:

  1. Go to Setup » Orders » Procedures.

  2. Click on the New action tab.

  3. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-credit-notes}].

  4. Click on the Filter tab.

  5. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-credit-notes}].

  6. Click on the Procedure tab.

  7. Carry out the desired settings according to [{marketplace-procedure-manager-credit-notes}].

  8. Save () the settings.
    → The procedure is created.

[[#Conrad-procedure-manager-credit-notes]] .Procedure manager settings

Tab Setting

Status

Activate the option Active.
Select when the procedure should be carried out each day.
Enter a name.

Order type

From the Status drop-down list, select the option [11] Credit note.
From the Last status change drop-down list, select the option Enter the days. Enter the value 2 in the new text field.
From the Order referrer list, select the option Conrad.

Procedure

Select a final status from the Change order status drop-down list, for example 11.99.

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