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Can Check Number be start with zero?

Dear all,

I knew that check number on SBO is numeric but check number of my country some number can start with zero and it effected to check number printing form. So, I'm not sure whether we can set check number to be charactor or not. Or how to apply for this issue, pls. suggest.

Thanks you very much.

Angnam

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2011 at 04:30 AM

    Hi Angnam.......

    If you are particularly asking for Check Printing then you can manage zeros before check No. in PLD by using Filler Option.......

    Else UDF with alphanumeric type is the best option

    Regards,

    Rahul

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 01:07 PM

    Hi,

    It is not possible to set check number as alphanumeric, you can use remarks field to enter check number or any other filed that you think is not required and can be used as check number.

    it is not possible to add UDF in checks for payment . if you are using payment method checks tab, you can use UDF.

    Thanks,

    Neetu

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    • Former Member

      Hello Friend,

      UDF is the best option .make a UDF(Nvarchar(Size)) and use FMS for pick system cheque no which is numeric and concatenate both our UDF with Zero

      For which country you are working.

      Thanks

      Manvendra Singh Niranjan

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 12:47 PM

    Dear Angnam,

    Because check number in B1 is numeric, you have no option to change system setting. You may only try adding UDF to convert those system produced number and design your own report to print out based your UDF.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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