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single notification assign to Multiple orders

Hi,Friends

can i assign Single Maintenance notifications to Multiple Maintenance orders and vice versa

if possibility is there how to do and what is the use?

Please light up on this issue

Regards,

Kumar

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2012 at 09:12 AM

    Greetings Kumar,

    you can assign multiple Notifications to an Order (provided the Order isn't already TECO or user status doesn't prohibit the assignment)

    You can do so in the Order Objects tab, or you can make the assignment from the Notification header menu Notification > Order > Assign.

    You can't assign a Notification to more than 1 Order.

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2012 at 09:23 AM

    If you want to propose Default order type from notification, then it should be only one relation between order type & notification type. If you want to have multiple orders for single notification type, then keep that blank, so that you can select any order type from the selection.

    Same like above, while saving order, if you want to generate notification automatically without asking notification type, you can assign notification type to order type. If you want multiple, keep that blank. So in the order, you can select any one from that list.

    And you want to maintain combination only by which order should be allowed, you can maintain Z-table with the allowable combinations. Use exit at the time of saving notification & order to check the allowable combinations.

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