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Not able to pass values at udf type text..

hi.

I am facing one diff problem.

Till now i have not seen this type of problem..

i create a udf at marketing document.

i have one object customization screen.

once press the copy button the values should pass to the marketing document

header level , row level ok i am able to pass it.

but header level under udf i am not able to pass it..

May i know why..

Previously i have pass the value like

ofrom = oaapplicaton.forms.item("formuid"*-1)

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oform.item.items("u_udf").specifc.vlaue ="Anyvalue"

But this time i am not able to pass it..

if i observer i create udf field type is text

i have another field type alphanumeric and amount

in this case i am able to pass it..

but

if udf is text type of i am not able to pass it..

may i know why.

The error description is

formuid is something udif uid is something

i am correct udf name i pass correct..

i deleted the udf field ,

i create again same udf field name type is alphanumeric..

i have not change the code.. i am sure...if u say udf name is difff.

now i am able to pass the value in udf field..

why text type udf value i am not able to pass the value

Any reason

has anybody has faced this type of problem..

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    Posted on May 13, 2014 at 05:53 AM

    Hi,

    The user defined field name is caps sensitive.

    So is it oform.item.items("u_udf"), or oform.item.items("U_udf"), or oform.item.items("U_Udf"), or oform.item.items("U_UDF") ?


    In your code are using the exact same ?


    Regards,

    Johan

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