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UDF value repeating on Pick List - PLD

I recently came into contact with a customer who is still on Business One 2007 for a few reasons. They recently requested that I display a bin location from the item master on their pick list. So, I set up a UDF, used a formatted search to pull in the bin location, and added a field to display on the PLD printout they were using. The screen in SAP works correctly and bin locations get filled in as expected, but for some reason when they have multiple items on the pick list the PLD prints only the first bin location for the whole document. Has anyone else experienced similar issues with PLD in the past where UDFs displayed incorrectly or kept repeating? Does anyone perhaps have any advice on how to solve this printing issue?

Kevin Ly

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2012 at 10:25 AM

    Hi, move the bin location field to the item repeat section, also is your field line level?

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      Yes, I did create my UDF on the line level. I wound up opening a support ticket on this question and the best advice I had was to try upgrading to B1 8.82. The behavior doesn't appear to occur on 8.82 but the customer wasn't willing to upgrade to 8.82 at the time so I unfortunately never confirmed.

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2012 at 09:24 PM

    Hi,

    Could you show the PLD field setting for that UDF?

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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