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I am working on Sales Packing Slip Report. I have created different Precision designs under the report. The reason for different design is, each design belongs to each customer.
Now my requirement is I need to print packing slip intended for the selected customer.
How to achieve this?
It is possible to use print management to define which lay-out will be used per company and per customer. See also the documentation: docs.microsoft.com/.../custom-designs-business-docs
I am able to choose the design in Form setup > Print management > Report format. Whether it is possible to assign which design to use at run time. For example, to print I am selecting Sales Order > Pick and Pack > Use print management. Customer information is already in Sales Order. So before printing whether using X++ code is it possible to assign the design at run-time and proceed for print.
In the print management settings you can setup multiple destinations for the same report. Each destination may have it's own design selected. Now when you have multiple destination you can use conditional settings to say that if csutomer's group is A then use settings with design A, if group is B then use setting with design B and so on.
There is documentation that explains how to create multiple print destinations and set conditional settings docs.microsoft.com/.../about-print-management-processing
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