This page lists all status models of the IOM and is aimed at project developers.
In IOM business objects are tied to an own status model, which represents the current status of the business object. Status models are used to define status change processes which are associated with the status transition, which also means that an object always has a defined status until a transition is processed successfully. E.g., a new order will transit from status INITIAL to status CHECKED if the validation process has been successful.
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