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Receipt From production number - Choose From List

Hi all,

How to filter the Receipt from production number only comes in choose from list. now i used object is 59. when i choose all value comes that means goods receipt, and receipt from production document numbers comes. I want only list out the Receipt from production Numbers only how to i restrict this.

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B.Sudhir

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  • Posted on May 30, 2011 at 12:44 PM

    For the received from production transactions the IGN1 connected to the OIGN contains 202 as the BaseType.

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    Posted on May 30, 2011 at 02:59 PM

    Hello

    It is very hard to do the CFL, because the information, that is it a receipt from a production is stored on the line level, not on the head level

    you can 2 choices

    1. define a query which includes all the DocEntry related to the Receipt documents, and on form constuction you add them into the conditions of the CFL (it takes much time to build up the CFL)

    2. Define FMS, and assign to your field. And when the user press the TAB key, you call the FMS.

    Regards

    János

    We always done the 2nd method until the cfl was not implemented.

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    Posted on May 30, 2011 at 03:00 PM

    As a workaround you can create a UDF on header level of Receipt, and you can mark there the source: UI or production, After this you can create an CFL over this UDF to filter the Production related records.

    J.

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