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UDF dropdown

Hi Experts,

I have a specific requirement were I want to associate a Payment Term with an Item. I have added a UDF to item master and assigned a query that retrieves payment term to that UDF. It works ok. But the problem is that after selecting a payment term through the query list the user is free to edit the field which will cause inconsistency. How can I avoid this???

Is there any way by which I can hace a new combobox (dropdown) field in the form which will list the payment term just as it does in BP Master??

Please Advise.. I'm using B1 2007B

Thanks & Regards

Jaics

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 07:06 AM

    A UDF or any form field for that matter has limited capabilities to be restricted / managed through authorizations.

    Therefore the answer is NO, it would not be possible to avoid this.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 08:40 AM

    Suda Sampath is right there.

    Still i can recommed a work arround

    Instead what you do is create a UDF with (SET Valid Value For Field).

    And create all the Payment means under here and select them as need.

    ONLY DRAWBACK.

    If new Paymnet mean are needed you cannot edit the udf successfully.

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