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Account Name in Outgoing Payments PLD

Hello Epxperts,

I am facing one problem in PLD, hope you will help me.

I have created 5 sections (repeatative area) and kept

1) Cheque details

2) Bank transfer details

3) Cash details

4) Inv details

5) Doctype 'Account' details.

I have suppresed theses dections as per the document type and payment means, Now inside of

2) bank transfer section, i would lke to have "Bank Name" and its code(OACT.FormatCode)

3) Cash details section, i would lke to have "Cash account Name" and its code(OACT.FormatCode)

5) Inside of Account doctype, i would like to have OACT.FormatCode

I am not able to guess, how i link OACT table to these sections and import Account Name and Account code for these different sections.

I know I can create query for the same and create it in Crystal Report, but due to some problem I dont want to use CR.

Does anyone know how do i link one table to another and get recodrs from releavant table inside PLD?

Any help will be appreciated.

Thanks in Adv.

Regards,

Vinod

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  • Posted on Aug 31, 2013 at 12:36 AM

    Hi,

    Yes can add OACT information in above PLD.

    Please refer below screen shot

    Hope helpful.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Nagarajan


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