This programming requires Scanco Mapadoc integration.
Scanco will be triggering the Mapadoc process to print the label as after the Shipping data entry has been created in Sage. This means Mapadoc has to be configured to print labels from the computer that is running the Sage barcode import programming.
Sage process for ASN label printing without Pallet collection:
01-ABF is setup for just case information to be collected and is setup to auto assign the order to an ASN. This customer is setup to print case labels only.
Example Sales Order:
Main Activities Screen:
For the Mapadoc process, choose Shipping
For more information about:
Lookups - Explains the various lookups
Send Process – Explains the “Send data to Sage” process.
Review User Manual – Covers “Review” mode which is accessible in all Applications.
Shipper ID Prompt:
these are Shipper ID’s that you have setup in Sage Database.
The lookup will show you your ID’s
Sales Order Prompt: Enter existing SO#
The Sales Order Prompt
Lookup Filter: type the begin of a SO# and press lookup, the result is SO#’s that match you partial entry are displayed.
The Sales Order Prompt pad with zeros: if you have an order = 0000184, the prompt will accept ‘184’
If your Sales Order is related to a Customer that is set up for label printing: this message will appear and require Yes or No
Item Prompt and lookup. Information displayed includes Quantity ordered, shipped and unshipped.
Item Prompt Lookup
Filter: type the begin of an item number and press lookup, the result is only item number that matches you a partial entry are displayed.
Quantity Prompt: Quantity shipped\ ordered are displayed above the quantity prompt. I entered qty = 2
After partial quantities are entered: if the item is scanned again or if you go into the lookup, you will see the previous quantity entries
Below are the results of my entry that were records created in the Sage Barcode Module Tables.
The Standard Sage import program has been modified to trigger the label printing process.
The import must be running (see page 14-15 of this doc) in order to trigger the printing process.
Review: at the item entry prompt there is a Review button that brings you to this screen. You can delete all entries for the order or use the lookup to select items that were collected.
After an item is chosen, you can delete the item.
Sending data to Sage: At the item prompt, there is a Send button when press the next message will display.
YES = data can be imported into Sage Shipping Data Entry NO = return back to item prompt
Confirmation message: This will display how many orders were released to the import process.
Sage process for ASN label printing AND Pallet collection:
01-AVNET is set up for a case and pallet information to be collected. This customer is set up to print pallet labels only.
The Sales Order Prompt adds zeros: if you have an order = 0000185, the prompt will accept ‘185’
If your Sales Order is related to a Customer that is set up for label printing: this message will appear and require a Yes or No.
Pallet Prompt: Press Next Pallet button to get the next pallet number. Add Items until the pallet is complete. Press Next Pallet button to get the next pallet number.
Barcode Import: Run the program circled in RED Below
During import, you may see ‘printing’ screens briefly.
The import will keep a running total of records imported.