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Live auction types

Hi experts

Is there more than one type of auctio and which are ?

In SRM 5.0 when I go to transaction types I can find just one AUC4 is it correctly?

Thanks

Nilson

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 03:36 PM

    Hi Nilson,

    You can configure the various auction types under Supplier relationship management- SRM Server - Cross application settings - Define transaction types.

    Some of the standard Auction types are

    English Auction

    Only Rank Auction

    Covered Bidding

    Company Bid

    Regards

    Sudhakar

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    • Former Member

      Hi Sudhakar

      Thanks for help me, I need to know why aftem instalation I can find only one auction type AUC4 in Supplier relationship management- SRM Server - Cross application settings - Define transaction types.

      Is there some note to insert the types you mentioned or I need to copy from AUC4 ?

      What is configuration the each one must have?

      Thanks

      Nilson

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 03:52 PM

    Hi Nilson,

    You need to copy the auction AUC4 and create the rest. Basically you can set the Bid evaluation conditions in the auction type and you can select the feilds you want in the 'Hide feilds on the applet' section.

    PLEASE REWARD FOR USEFUL ANSWERS.

    Regards

    Sudhakar

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