Multiple Lots Tutorial
Let's create tender:
Now we can see that new object was created. Response code is 201 and Location response header reports the location of the created object. The body of response reveals the information about the created tender: its internal id (that matches the Location segment), its official tenderID and dateModified datestamp stating the moment in time when tender was last modified. Note that tender is created with active.tendering status.
The peculiarity of the ESCO procedure is that
procurementMethodType was changed to
Also, new fields
yearlyPaymentsPercentageRange were added to tender object.
There is also no opportunity to set up
enquiryPeriod, it will be assigned automatically.
Tender can contain several different lots. We can add lot using the following way:
Let's add second lot to our tender:
Also you will need to update tender data about item's related lots:
View tender listing:
or view tender:
active.tendering allows registration of bids.
Bidder can register a bid for lot №1:
Bidder can register bids for all lots:
Then bidder should upload technical and private documents of proposal.
We can update tender during
active.tendering period. Bids will be invalid after updating tender. For example, let's change
NBUdiscountRate to 0.26.
Here is the bidder's proposal after tender was updated. It's
status is invalid.
Firstly bidder has to renew bid, even if he was placing a bid just for a lot №1.
Then bidder has to renew bid for both lots.
ESCO procedure requires bid's value qualification.
Let's view tender:
Let's list qualifications:
Approve bid's value through qualification objects:
Procuring entity approves qualifications by switching to next status:
There is 10 day stand-still period set in qualificationPeriod.