A specific two character code used by the Purchasing department to identify a type of order (i.e., purchase delegation). Order types include: M3-orders placed against a Planned Purchasing Program Agreement D3-orders placed against a blanket agreement OV-orders placed using the open-vendor purchase delegation U3-purchases of published/copyrighted materials RO-repair orders
Field on requisition screen. Standard (STD), blanket (BKT) or standing (STA). Type of order that can be generated by the system. Standard One requisition per order, one delivery. Blanket One requisition per order and many deliveries. Standing Many orders per requisition, each order gets one delivery.
If an order is placed for a product which is not kept in stock but must be either ordered or produced, this product is referred to as order type.
An order type effectively describes the properties of an ordinal. well-ordered set has order type, if there is an order preserving isomorphic map between the set and the ordinal . more...
A menu item sales category, such as “take out” or “dine in”. An order type determines what tax class is in effect for a service round.
In mathematics, especially in set theory, ordinals may be used to label the elements of any given well-ordered set (the smallest element being labeled 0, the one after that 1, the next one 2, "and so on") and to measure the "length" of the whole set by the least ordinal which is not a label for an element of the set. This "length" is called the order type of the set.