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My First AddOn

SB1 SDK Experts,

Let me start by saying that I am new to SB1 SDK. I was wondering if the experts in the forum could give me some direction on how to build my solution.

Problem: I have sales order items that have a UDF that needs to be updated. I would like to have a custom form (VB) that has a list of order items with a certain status from different sales orders. The user will be able to click on one of the items and this will update the UDF for that sales order item.

I have gone through all the training videos for SB1 SDK on SDN so I feel like I have a good basic understanding.

Thank you for any help you can provide.


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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 10:05 PM


    My suggestion would be to get an understanding of what is in the SAP Business One SDK Help Center Documentation. This will give you information on the DI and UI API and what objects, properties, methods, etc are available as well as look at the sample code that comes with the SDK. These samples will give you an overview of how to do different things using the DI, UI and a combination of the two API's together. You should also look at the SDK Tools section for SAP Business One off the main Business One page here on SDN and specifically look at the Business One Development Environment (B1DE) and the Business One Test Environment (B1TE) tools that will assist you in creating your add-on as well as testing your add-on.



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