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Sales Order Web service Request XML for Querying and Creating

Hi Experts,

I am in need of a requirement where I have to retrieve the 3 years Sales Order data in one time query as a response, will it be possible to retrieve such huge data in a single call using the query parameter "posting date"?

Almost the Sales Order number is around 45-50 thousands approximately.

Also I have a query on one of the parameter (Highlighted in Bold) available with Query Processing Conditions.

<ProcessingConditions>

<QueryHitsMaximumNumberValue>?</QueryHitsMaximumNumberValue>

<QueryHitsUnlimitedIndicator>?</QueryHitsUnlimitedIndicator>

<LastReturnedObjectID schemeID="?" schemeVersionID="?" schemeAgencyID="?" schemeAgencySchemeID="?" schemeAgencySchemeAgencyID="?">?</LastReturnedObjectID>

</ProcessingConditions>

How we can make use of this last parameter in the processing conditions.

Also I have used the sample request (Service Explorerr) for creation of SO in the system but no luck in getting the result. So I am also looking for any other sample request XML which can create a successful sales order in the system

Appreciate responses for the above 😊

Thanks.

Regards

Hanu

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2016 at 02:15 PM

    Hello Hanumath,

    Under the processing condition just pass the value true to the QueryHitsUnlimitedIndicator as below

    <ProcessingConditions>

    <QueryHitsUnlimitedIndicator>true</QueryHitsUnlimitedIndicator>

    </ProcessingConditions>

    Yes you will get all the records.

    Thanks,

    Siraj.

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