Batch Search

Note: BatchSearch keeps up to 5 batches, with the most recent at the top.

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Id DateTime LookupType Moe State Info Download Description
2 Apr 01, 2017 15:30 Niin&Cage Complete Matched 3 of 3 Requests GetXlsFile GetTsvFile GetCsvFile  Example batch result 2.
1 Apr 01, 2017 11:15 Niin&Cage DA Complete Matched 3 of 3 Requests GetXlsFile GetTsvFile GetCsvFile  Example batch result 1.


      Cage & Part Number
      NIIN & Cage
      NIIN & Part Number
      NIIN (only)
 * This can add significant processing time!

 
There are four supported methods for Looking up items:
1) Cage & Part Number
Expects a delimiter separated list of Cages and Part Numbers. Cage must be first, followed by Part.
NIINs are matched on the combination of Cage and Part. If multiple NIINs are found, the first non-cancelled NIIN is selected, along with a count of Matching NIINs.
2) NIIN and Cage
Expects a delimiter separated list of NIINs(or NSNs) and Cage Codes. NIIN/NSN must be first, followed by Cage.
NIINs are matched on the combination of NIIN and Cage. If multiple Parts are found, the first Part is selected.
3) NIIN and Part Number
Expects a delimiter separated list of NIINs(or NSNs) and Part Numbers. NIIN/NSN must be first, followed by Part.
NIINs are matched on the combination of NIIN and Part. If multiple Cages are found, the first Cage is selected.
4) NIIN (only)
Expects a list of NIINs(or NSNs).
Once matched, the cage/part selected will be determined using rncc=3 and rnvc=2, where possible.
Check this box if you want to have the NSN health calculated for each found NSN in the batch.

Not available for all membership levels.

Note: This can significantly increase the processing time (by 1-5 seconds per item).
Two character MOE to be preferred when looking up pricing information.
Leave this item blank to use the first MOE found for the item.
If preferred MOE is not found, the lookup reverts to the first MOE found for the item.

Examples include, but are not limited to:
  • DA - DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
  • DF - DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
  • DM - U.S. MARINE CORPS
  • DN - DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
  • DS - DEFENSE LOGISTICS AGENCY
Optional Description for the set of Items to be run in this batch.

A description makes it easier to identify specific batches in the Active Batch Or Batch History tables.
Delimiter Separated items to be batched for Lookup.

The delimiter can be a Comma, Tab, Space, Colon, or the Pipe (|) character.

The item data to be provided is dependent on the Lookup Method selected.

If the Lookup Method does not match the data provided, all lookups will still be attempted, but you will get zero matches.

Be sure to have line breaks after each item.

For example, if the Cage & Part Number Method is selected, your item list might look like:

98ABC,PART01-001
98ABC,PART02-001
98ABC,PART03-001

When providing cages, if less than 5 characters are provided, zeros will be added to the start of the cage.
For example: ABC will be looked up as 00ABC.

When providing NIINs, you can either provide NSNs or NIINs. If less than 9 characters are provided, zeros will be added to the start of the NIIN.
Dashes in NSNs are allowed, but spaces are not (Space is one of the 'Delimiter' options).

Lookup Items can be supplied via a file (on most browsers) by clicking the Browse button.

Lookup Items from prior batches can be loaded by clicking on the icon in the Download column.
Lookup Items can be supplied via a file (on most browsers) by clicking the Browse button.

The file must contain Delimiter Separated items to be batched for Lookup.

The delimiter can be a Comma, Tab, Space, Colon, or the Pipe (|) character.

The item data to be provided is dependent on the Lookup Method selected.

If the Lookup Method does not match the data provided, all lookups will still be attempted, but you will get zero matches.

Be sure to have line breaks after each item.

For example, if the Cage & Part Number Method is selected, your file might look like:

98ABC,PART01-001
98ABC,PART02-001
98ABC,PART03-001