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Phrases in Dangerous Goods Managment

Hi all

Does anyone know if when you assign a phrase set to a particular field whether it can be dependent on the DG regulation or can you not link the phrase set to the regulation ?

I want to use the user defined fields for different phrase sets dependent on the regulations but can't see a way of doing this.

Regards

Alistair Thomson

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2013 at 07:05 PM

    Hi,

    When you are asssigning the phrase set to field name in CGAB, there is no DG regulation dependent.

    Even-though you define different phrase sets, regulation wise....finally you have to map to the same field....which is not possible.

    make a clever a way of creating pharases with correct meaning each regulation wise.

    for ex- If the phrase representing the regulation, try to add the regulation prefix/ suffix to the phrase.

    you don't have any option to create multiple phrase sets. you have to use the single phrase set for field.

    Regards

    kamal

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    • Hi

      Is there any pitfalls in using the text pattern fields on the Text Pattern tab to use for additional phrases rather than phrases which represent text patterns.

      We have a number of extra phrases and don't think we will have room to include them on the Printed Texts tabs.

      regards

      Alistair

  • Posted on Jan 08, 2013 at 11:34 AM

    Thanks Christoph & Kamal for your help !

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    • Dear Alistair

      regarding:

      "Hi

      Is there any pitfalls in using the text pattern fields on the Text Pattern tab to use for additional phrases rather than phrases which represent text patterns.

      We have a number of extra phrases and don't think we will have room to include them on the Printed Texts tabs.

      regards

      Alistair"

      please start a new thread (and please close this thread) and explain what you are thinking about. It is not clear to me.

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