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Adding Choose From List

Hey Everybody,

I have created an add-on project using 'No Object Type' tables .Now I want to add CFL in some fields of the form .Is there any way to do so without creating UDO as I cant create UDO from 'No Object Type' Tables? And what does master data parent and child means?

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Mayank Sharma

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 10:26 AM

    Nope, if you want to create your own object. You need to create UDO.

    You can read about UDO in your SDK folder: C:\Program Files (x86)\SAP\SAP Business One SDK\Help

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    Bry

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 12:27 PM

    Hi Sharma,

    As Former Member pointed out the CFL requires an UDO. However a similar effect can be achieved with a formatted search. Have a look at the samples to learn how to create one.

    Regarding your other question Master Data can have "details" stored in another table. The "child" allows you to access data that is associated with the parent as well.

    E.g. A Business Partner has Master Data such as name, code, etc.., but also has multiple addresses.

    The addresses are "details" of the Business Partner.


    Best regards,

    Pedro Magueija


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