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I have two business units: TinCan and ChemPaints. I assigned those two business units into two different workers. The requirement I need to meet is whenever a user creates a product, the Product Item Number sequence should be based on the worker’s business unit. I made two item number sequences,for TinCan (T-00001) and for ChemPaints (C-00001).
Do you have any suggestions to make it easier to set it up?
Have you thought and tested using item templates?
You could create a template for the TinCan and the ChemPaints, which inherit the business units from the template once new items are created.
Hi Dr. Reinhard,
Thanks for responding, but the situation is "If the worker is from Tin Can, the sequence with the “T-“ prefix will be used. If the worker is from Chempaints, the sequence with the “C-“ prefix will be used. The system will check for this upon clicking the New button during Item Creation. (e.g. BusinessUnit = Tin Can then item number sequence should be T-00001)".
The number should be auto-generated with the sequence selected according to the user’s BusinessUnit.
I don't see this fully supported in the standard application.
You would need to make a system modification or try to find a workaround such as the one suggested with the templates.
Do you have any suggestions on what system modification should I do?
Are you looking for some sample code or a general description how this process could work?
Yes, but I can't find any similar code or logic that I could use as a reference.
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