View the history of a specific pack (trade item) in the Serialized Manufacturing application. For products in the USA market, you can set the authenticity for the specific pack (trade item).


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Viewing the Pack History


Before You Begin


Make sure that the product code and the serial number are registered in Movilitas.Cloud.


Procedure


1. In the Serialized Manufacturing application, select the SN/SSCC pool --> Pack history tab.


2. Enter the product code and serial number in the applicable fields.


3. Click Get Pack History.


The application displays:


SectionDescription
SummaryPool status, pack status, and parent. For an item in the USA market, the user can set the authenticity.
Pool HistoryThe actions performed on the serial and the status for each action.
Pack HistoryThe actions performed on the pack (trade item) and the result per action.
Pack Hierarchy

The underlying hierarchy of the pack (trade item) up to the lowest child, with details for each level.


By default, the application displays only the pack under investigation and the number of child trade items (if any).


The user can expand each level for further details and the application displays data for the next level as described above. The application shows the child trade item first, and then it shows the content of the child trade item after expanding the child trade item.


The serial number can take one of the following statuses in the pool:


StatusDescription
AvailableThe serial number is free to use.
AssignedThe serial number is reserved for an activity.


The pack having the serial number can take one of the following statuses:


StatusDescription
ActiveThe pack is produced but not yet commissioned to the market.
CommissionedThe pack is commissioned to the market.
DecommissionedThe pack is decommissioned due to one of the following reasons:
  • Destroyed
  • Sampled
UnknownA status meaning that the pack was not known by Movilitas.Cloud.


The following example illustrates a pack in a non-USA market that was a child of a container. Finally, the pack was decommissioned:



The following example illustrates nested packs in a non-USA market. The pack has a child pack. The child pack also has two child packs:



The following example illustrates a pack in the USA market. It is possible to set the authenticity of the pack:



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Setting the Authenticity of a Pack (USA Only)


As the manufacturer of products in the USA, you can define whether a specific pack is "Suspect" or "Illegitimate". If a verification request comes in for the specific pack, the response - depending on the manufacturer policy setting - can contain the verification failure reason and additional information about the authenticity. 


Procedure


1. In the Serialized Manufacturing application, select the SN/SSCC pool --> Pack history tab.


2. Enter the product code and serial number in the applicable fields.


3. Click Get Pack History.


4. In the summary section, select the authenticity value in the Authenticity drop-down.

  • None (Default)
  • Suspect
  • Illegitimate


Example:



5. Update the authenticity setting by clicking Update.


The following example illustrates the case when the pack is flagged as "Suspect":



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