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Mckenna Wain
2022 R3 Levridge Release

2022 R3 Levridge Release

2022 R3 release for Levridge is officially available! The feature set for this release is focused on responding to client requests.   Key New Features in 2022 R3   1. Ability to define shipment delivery times on load requests and load orders Via a parameter...

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What You Need to Know About the Inbound In-Transit Feature in Levridge

The inbound in-transit feature allows a buyer of a commodity to know that a commodity is in-transit from the seller. This will help inform the buyer of the quality of the commodity, and its estimated delivery from the seller. This feature can help the buyer better manage their inventory and schedule production based on the quality of the incoming commodity.

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AgXml Ticket Troubleshooting if Importing Failed

The logic for validating the ticket lies within Levridge and is usually communicated to the user via an Info log message. When Levridge Exchange attempts to push data to Levridge via an OData data entity and entity validation fails, the OData framework in FinOps generates an exception populated with the Info log messages for that entity.

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Overview of the Mark to Market Process in Levridge

The first part of the mark to market process is to create the Market Price Entry. This will be the lines that will determine the market board and basis prices to be used in the mark to market calculations. When creating the new market price entry you can give it a unique schedule ID along with a description.

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AgXml Integration Deployment In Levridge

Configuration settings for all applications are stored in a file name “Appsettings.json”. This file is co-located next to the application executable. When setting configuration information, you will likely need to update all Appsettings.json files. The Integration Host configuration file is the only file to contain the integration source, integration target, and OData sections.

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