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In business or commerce, an order is a stated intention, either spoken or written, to engage in a commercial transaction for specific products or services.
When the purchase order of the customer and the sales order of the merchant agree, the orders become a contract between the customer and merchant.
The contract between the customer and the merchant comes into force when the products have been delivered and the delivery has been accepted by the customer. The contract covers the delivered products only.
These conditions have to be provided in the general terms and conditions.
|Title||Lastmodified||valid from||valid to|
|Concept - Order Export||2020/02/04 09:51:29||7.5|
|Concept - Order Export (6.6 - 7.4 CI)||2020/02/04 09:51:30||6.6||7.4.6|
|Cookbook - Order Export||2020/12/15 08:41:51||7.10|
|Cookbook - Order Export (7.0 - 7.4 CI)||2020/02/04 09:51:58||7.0||7.4.6|
|Cookbook - Order Export (valid to 7.8)||2020/02/04 09:51:58||7.5||7.8|
|Cookbook - Order Export 7.9||2020/02/04 09:51:59||7.9||7.10.3|
|Reference - Order Export||2020/02/04 09:52:38||7.5|
|Reference - Order Export 7.4||2020/02/04 09:52:39||7.4||7.4|
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