You can manage the application-level settings under the Serialized Manufacturing application --> Settings tab:
- You can manage market profiles.
- You can activate or deactivate the automatic release of packaging orders.
- You can allow the creator to release batches or make it mandatory to involve another user in this procedure.
- You can control the access to the Admin UI for users with the "User" role.
The market profiles are essential for multiple activities in the application, like:
- Product registration.
- Creating and releasing packaging orders.
- Commissioning items to a market.
- Sending VRS responses (USA market only).
Note: To access this page, the "Administrator" role is required.
List of Procedures
- Configuring the Settings Panel (Markets and Functions)
- Configuring the USA Market Profile (USA Only)
- Controlling the Access for Users with the User Role
Configuring the Settings Panel (Markets and Functions)
Before You Begin
Make sure that you have configured the regulatory and business channels to communicate with external systems.
In the pharmaceutical industry:
- For the European (EU) market, you can establish a connection to the EU Hub (EMVO).
- For the Indonesian (IDN) market, you can establish a connection to the BPOM system (National Agency of Drug and Food Control in Indonesia).
- For the Chinese (CHN) market, you can establish a connection to an SAP ICH system.
- For the Russian (RUS) market, you can establish a connection to TraceLink as a TraceLink Partner.
- For the United Arab Emirates (UAE) market, you can establish a connection to TraceLink as a TraceLink Partner.
- For the Kazakhstan (KAZ) market, you can establish a connection to the Order Management Station (OMS) Cloud.
- For the Uzbekistan (UZB) market, you can establish a connection to the Code Order Management Station (OMS) or to TraceLink as a TraceLink Partner.
- For the United States of America (USA) market, you can configure the Verification Router Service (VRS) responder settings.
1. In the Serialized Manufacturing application, click on the Settings tab. The application displays the Settings panel and the Access Control for Users with User Role panel.
2. To create a market profile, click Create on the Settings panel. The application displays the Create market profile dialog.
3. Select the market.
4. Configure the market as described in the table below.
|EU||Select an EU Hub channel.|
|IDN||Select a BPOM channel.|
|CHN||Select an SAP ICH channel.|
|RUS||Select a TraceLink Partner channel.|
|UAE||Select a TraceLink Partner channel.|
|KAZ||Select an OMS Cloud channel.|
|UZB||Select a Code OMS channel or a TraceLink Partner channel.|
|USA||Provide the default VRS response GLN and configure the verifiable credentials settings. For more details, see Configuring the USA Market Profile (USA Only).|
5. Click Save. The application displays the created market profile in the list.
6. To update a market profile, click the edit icon for a market profile and modify the market settings.
7. To delete a market profile, click the delete icon for a market profile and confirm the deletion.
8. If you want to automatically release the packaging orders to the packaging line, select Automatic release of packaging orders.
Note: This checkbox is applicable when your company applies packaging lines.
9. If you want to involve another user to release a previously created batch, select A second user is required to release the batch (default setting is selected).
- Applicable to the scenarios when you create the batch under the Products --> Batches tab and not over API.
- This is a quality assurance step when another user reviews and confirms the batch before the batch can be used in a serialization activity (printing or packaging controlled by Movilitas.Cloud).
- If the checkbox is cleared, the same user can create and release the batch.
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Configuring the USA Market Profile (USA Only)
1. Leave the Channel field blank.
2. Provide the default Global Location Number (GLN) for VRS responses in the Default VRS Response GLN field. Follow the GS1 standard when providing the GLN.
- This GLN will be used in the response when a request comes in for a Global Trade Item Number (GTIN).
- This value is overwritten by the VRS Responder GLN value set at the product level.
3. To include verifiable credentials in your responses, select the Enable Verifiable Credentials checkbox. The application displays the Select identifier drop-down and the Accept messages without verifiable credentials? checkbox.
The following example illustrates the case when creating the USA market profile:
4. In the Select identifier drop-down, manage your digital identifiers (DIDs) that were created in CARO. Select an identifier to use with the VRS responses.
|Add an identifier||1. Click on the Select identifier drop-down.|
2. Click Add new +. The application displays the Add new identifier window.
3. Provide a label value and the DID value.
4. Click Add.
|Edit an identifier||1. Click on the Select identifier drop-down and click on the edit icon next to the identifier.|
2. In the Update identifier pop-up, modify the fields as needed.
3. Click Update.
|Delete an identifier||1. Click on the Select identifier drop-down and click on the delete icon next to the identifier.|
The application deletes the identifier immediately without any confirmation request.
|Select an identifier|
1. Click on the Select identifier drop-down.
2. Select an identifier from the list.
5. To accept VRS requests without verifiable credentials, select the Accept messages without verifiable credentials? checkbox.
- By default, verifiable credentials are required, and the checkbox is cleared. If a VRS request without verifiable credentials comes in, the application sends an error message.
- If VRS requests without verifiable credentials are accepted, the application sends the VRS response even if the VRS request does not include the verifiable credentials.
6. To reject responding to the VRS request because the requester does not own the product, select the Do not respond if product is not in possession of requester checkbox.
By default, the checkbox is cleared meaning that the application responds to the VRS request even if the product in the VRS request is not in possession of the requester.
The following example illustrates the case when updating the USA market profile:
- Default VRS response GLN is set.
- Verifiable credentials are included in the responses and the identifier is selected.
- VRS requests without verifiable credentials are accepted.
- The application does not respond if the product in the VRS request is not in possession of the requester.
7. Click Save.
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Controlling the Access for Users with the User Role
You can customize the access to the Serialized Manufacturing application in the Admin UI for each user that has the "User" role:
- The access is controlled on a tab basis. The tabs are organized in a tree view with selectable checkboxes. Access to the tab can be turned on or off. The application offers a default setting.
- When a user has access to a tab, this means full access to that tab, including its child tabs with some limitations. The following actions cannot be performed with the "User" role:
- Uploading product master data to the EU Hub.
- Requesting master data report from the EU Hub / Downloading master data report from the EU Hub.
- Partner invitation.
- Editing the computer/label/printer settings for a NiceLabel Label Cloud printing destination.
- A tab can contain a parameter that takes values from a page to which the user does not have access. In this case, the application offers the available values for selection but the user cannot manipulate the source page.
- You cannot give access to the Settings tab for a user with the "User" role.
1. In the Serialized Manufacturing application, click on the Settings tab.
2. On the Access Control for Users with User Role panel, find the user.
To search for a user, enter the email address in the search field.
- The list of users is filtered based on the search criteria.
- You can reset the filter by clicking on the Reset Filters icon.
3. Select the user to control the access to the Serialized Manufacturing application in the Admin UI.
The application displays the application tabs in a tree view with the current access of the user.
In the following example, the application displays the default access of a user. The tree view is not expanded for all parent tabs:
4. Customize the user access.
- To give access to a tab, select the related checkbox.
- To give access to all child tabs (group of tabs), select the checkbox next to the parent tab.
- To deny access to a tab, clear the related checkbox.
- To deny access to all child tabs (group of tabs), clear the checkbox next to the parent tab.
5. Click Save.
The setting becomes effective as follows:
- Immediately at the backend (server side).
- With the next login of the user with the “User” role in the UI (frontend or client side).
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