If a downstream Reseller has a Service Term with the same name as a Service Term delegated from the upstream Reseller, then, in the List of Service Terms, a warning message is displayed:
The warning message lists the names of the Service Terms to be fixed. In this case, the downstream Reseller should rename the listed Service Terms. The name of a Service Term in the warning message is a link to the corresponding Service Term details page (see Viewing and Updating a Service Term).
To view the list of Service Terms:
- Sign in to the Operator Control Panel.
- On the Navigation Bar, go to Service Terms (see Navigation). The list of Service Terms is displayed.
The Service Terms page includes the following blocks:
- The Top bar (for more information, see Working with the List of Objects).
- The table with the following columns:
- ID — the unique identification number of a Service Term.
- Name — the name of a Service Term.
- Stop subscription type (not displayed by default) — defines how
- are stopped after approving associated Manual Operations by a Manager (see Manual Operations).
- Delete subscription type (not displayed by default) — defines how
- Grace period — the number of days after the end of the Subscription period during which a Subscription continues working without paying for a Renewal Order (see the Renewal settings group in Creating a Service Term).
- Stop period — the number of days after the Grace period when a Subscription remains stopped without deleting. The Subscription is deleted when this period ends.
- Available for payment by guaranteed payment — displays whether customers can pay with Guaranteed Payments for Subscriptions to the associated Plans (see Managing Guaranteed Payments).
Billing day — the day of the month when Charges (see Charges) changes their statuses.
Invoices (see Managing Invoices) are created on the day after the Billing day.
- Delegated — if the attribute is Yes, a Service Term is delegated from the Operator (or the upstream Reseller). Delegated Service Terms are read-only. When the Service Term is changed or deleted by the Operator (or the upstream Reseller), it is automatically changed or deleted for all the downstream Resellers.
- Key — the unique key of a Service Term used for data synchronizing.