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DTW and Marketing Document, Choose Series how?

I am importing A/R invoices for a new customer. If I let SBO use the default numbering series, everything is fine. But customer has two numbering series and I need to import some A/R invoices using the non-default series. I thought if I just included the series number, that would do it.

Fails with error: 'Requested action is not supported for this object.'

What do I need to provide in my document header for the non-default numbering series?

Semi-urgent.

Thanks much.

-Cindy Lange

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 02:45 PM

    Hi Cindy

    Firstly can I ask you to open an A/R Invoice in SAP Business One and change to the series you have created. Click on view menu and set System Information to display. Hold your mouse pointer over the series drop down list and check the number of the series on the bottom left of the screen. This is the number to use in the template file under the column Series. Do not fill in the SeriesString Column. Next thing to try is to put tNO under Handwritten. Tested on my side and posted successfully.

    Kind regards

    Peter Juby

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