In Global Master Data Sync, we have the subscriber which is our partner.
And we’ll also have a walk through of the fields on the partner card.
We will open up a partner card.
First of all, in general area, we have the ID.
The ID is a unique value for the partner.
This ID should be unique because it will then identify the partner across companies and all the other partners.
The description is a field that will then give the description of which partner we are talking about.
The data exchange type is the type that we would like to exchange data in, it could either be database, or it could also be Azure blob storage, depending if the company is in a separate environment, or are in the database that you are in right now.
The field on hold is that when this is selected, that the IC file logs will not be created.
And you could then put the subscriber on hold until you’re ready to send the IC file log to the partner.
A company name is to specify the company of the partner.
It’s mostly useful within the database as then the system will know what sort of company that we should send the data to.
Whereas Azure blob storage, you should then just define any name that’s useful in here.
With the Azure blob storage, we should then determine the account name of the Azure blob storage.
The SAS token of the Azure blob storage, and then a container name of where we should put the files.
At least when we have a database transfer, we will then specify the company name again.