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Formated Search using value from a UDF

I am trying to load a value into a UDF from a formated search assigned to another UDF, U_ROUTE.

My challenge is to capture the value entered in the UDF U_TRIP to use in a Formated search attached to another UDF, U_ROUTE

Here is the piece of the formated search attached to UDF U_ROUTE that is giving me trouble

Select $[$-139.U_TRIP.0.0]

-139 = Form name

U_TRIP is the Value entered in the UDF that the Formated search is NOT attached to

When I attach this formated search to the UDF U_ROUTE, I am not getting the data that was

entered in the "U_TRIP" User defined Field

I am assuming that I am referencing the UDF U_TRIP in my select statement

Thanks in Advance


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    Posted on Jul 07, 2008 at 06:12 PM


    Could you clarify the following.

    Are the 2 UDF's defined for use on the Sales Order Header level?

    What are their types and are there any pre-defined set of values?

    Your FMS syntax is incorrect.. It should be $\[$U_Trip.0.0]

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      This has been an issue with UDF's...the first time you change the value in U_TRIP...the FMS on U_ROUTE does not get the change event but if you try to change the U_TRIP one more time the FMS would refresh.

      I have seen a few post recently where users have experienced a similar issue.

      I am not sure how this could possibly be resolved. Will let you know if I find out


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