Create a new Refill Plan called ‘[T01] Prepaid Card Refill Plan’ for the ‘[T01] ‘ catalog. Enter the description as ‘Prepaid card refill plan’.

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Click on the Technical Data tab and add an identifier ‘Phone Number’ and enter ‘customer phone number’ as the description.

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Right click on the Refill Plan object and add in the Refill Logic ‘[T01] Prepaid card refill logic’ by clicking the ‘Add Item’.

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Select the ‘Technical’ Data tab. Add an entry for Service Identifier called Prepaid Card Refill and User Technical Identifier ‘Phone Number’.

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Select the ‘Refill Records’ tab. Select the ‘[T01] Prepaid card refill record’.

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Set the ‘Card ID’ value to the ‘Card ID’ element located in the drop down list.

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Click on the Refill Plan and select the ‘Account Assignments’ tab. Create an entry for account Name: ‘Default’, Type: Prepaid, Description: ‘Prepaid account’.

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Click on the Refill Logic and select the ‘Account Assignments’ tab to link the account ‘Default’ from the Refill Plan.

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Verify the Refill Plan.

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Save the Refill Plan in the Database.

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Choose Catalog T01 and then click Save.

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The diagram below sums up what you have configured for the Refill process. In real life project implementation, it is wise to design a systematic naming convention especially for your properties. Try to create property names that identifies where it is created. As you can see in the diagram, things can get pretty unorganized when you have many linked properties.

 

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