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BrowseBy multiple fields

Is there anyway to set a form's Browseby to more than one field? I have a UDT that has customer and ship-to as the unique key. How can I set the browseby to Customer + Ship-to, instead of just customer or just ship-to?

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 07:50 AM

    Hi Ronnie,

    We can get a work around for the scnario. What I would advise you is to have a hidden edit text field and have a db data source binding for that edit box with the DocEntry field with the corresponding table.

    Then, make that edit box as hidden. This would solve the problem.

    Guess this would be helpful for you.

    Satish.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:58 PM

    You can't, but you can change the browseby property whenever you want, so maybe that will help you: you can add '<-' and '->' buttons close to the customer and ship-to fields, so that upon clicking them, you will change the browseby property and activate the 'real' browsing buttons (menu item 1288 and 1289).

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